FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
- Summer Reservation: Open December 1
- Winter (members) Reservation: Open May 15
- Winter (non-members) Reservation: Open June 15
- No charge for changes made to reservations more than 10 days prior to arrival date
- Changes made between 10 and 2 days prior to arrival will be subject to a flat $25.00 fee per reservation
- Changes made within 2 days of arrival will be subject to a $25.00 fee per person
Reservations cancelled more than 10 days prior to arrival:
- May be rescheduled at no charge OR
- Guest can receive a refund less a flat $25.00 cancellation fee
Reservations cancelled between 10 and 2 days prior to arrival:
- ARE NON-REFUNDABLE
- May be rescheduled at a cost of $25.00 (flat fee) OR
- Will be assessed a flat $25.00 fee at the time of cancellation and remaining balance can be used as a credit towards a rescheduled trip at a later date. Credit balance will be kept on file for one year.
Reservations cancelled within 2 days of arrival date:
- ARE NON-REFUNDABLE
- May be rescheduled at a cost of $25.00 per person, which will be assessed at the time of cancellation
- Will be assessed a fee of $25.00 per person at the time of cancellation and remaining balance can be used as a credit towards a rescheduled trip at a later date. Credit balance will be kept on file for one year.
Group and Full-Hut Reservations:
- The 25% deposit paid at the time of booking is not refundable at any time. If full payment is made at the time of booking, all but 25% is refundable until 45 days prior to arrival.
- Full payment of the remaining balance will be due 45 days prior to arrival, reservations cancelled after this time will not be refunded.
- Within 45 days of arrival, groups may be rescheduled at a cost of $25.00 per person and full-hut rentals may be rescheduled at a cost of 25% of the full-hut rate. Fees will be assessed at the time of reschedule.
Flagstaff Lake Hut (Long Falls Dam Trailhead): 65 minutes winter; 45 minutes summer
Grand Falls Hut (Big Eddy Trailhead): 75 minutes winter; 55 minutes summer
Grand Falls Hut (West Forks Trailhead ) 75 minutes
Poplar Hut is closest to our Kingfield headquarters and Sugarloaf. It is excellent for beginners and day trips. A trailhead is two miles from the hut, although it includes a substantial hill. The area features well-traveled trails and a small swimming hole, and the Poplar Stream Falls (waterfall)
Grand Falls Hut is our most remote and least accessible hut positioned roughly 8 miles from the nearest trailhead at Long Falls Dam Road This hut features fabulous views, the Grand Falls (waterfall), and superb fishing.
- Stratton Brook: 4 private bunkrooms
- Poplar: 2 private bunkrooms
- Flagstaff: 4 private bunkrooms
- Grand Falls: 2 private bunkrooms
Private bunkrooms are booked at a nightly rate based on double occupancy, shared rate applies for each additional guest.
- At least ¼ mile from any of the Huts
- At least 250 feet from lakes or streams
- At least 250 feet off our trails
- Mindful of LNT (Leave No Trace) ethics. For more information please visit http://www.lnt.org/.
- 0.3 mile from the Flagstaff Trailhead: 2-mile paddle, approx. ¾ to 1½ hours
- Long Falls Dam Road boat launch: 2-mile paddle, approx. ¾ to 1½ hours
- Round Barn (E. Flagstaff Road) put-in: 4-mile paddle, approx. 1 to 2 hours
- Bog Brook Road boat launch: 5-mile paddle, approx. 1½ to 3 hours
- Stratton/Eustis boat launch: 21 to 28-mile paddle, approx. 7 to 14 hours
Conditions: In the spring and during rainy periods, the trail may be wet. In the winter, grooming conditions may vary. Click here for our Grooming Policy
For Flagstaff Lake Hut and Grand Falls Hut: Redington Fairview General Hospital, Skowhegan, ME
- Poplar Hut opened in February of 2008
- Flagstaff Hut opened in January of 2009
- Grand Falls Hut opened in October of 2010.
- Stratton Brook Hut opened in December of 2012.
Human Waste: CLIVUS composting toilets are a great choice for a camp, or if you’re thinking about doing serious renovations to your home. Find out more here: CLIVUS
Other easy ways to go green: Reduce plastic usage with Tupperware’s. (If you bring your own for your trail lunch, we’ll pack it for you!) Recycle. Compost. Use natural cleaning products. Buy locally-made, environmentally-friendly products. Take short showers.