Shoreline Camps, Grand Lake Stream, ME

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Shoreline Camps from the airShoreline camps is a no frills getaway on a 17,900 square acre back woods wilderness lake, Big Lake in the Grand Lakes Region of Maine. Get away from it all. No phone, no TV, no Internet, just nature. They offer eight clean and well maintained house keeping cottages. Each has a fully equipped kitchen, wood stove and a great view of Big Lake. Fresh linens, blankets and bath towels are provided. Shoreline Camps includes complimentary firewood, boat launch, docks and trailer parking. What else do you need?

Fishing

Shoreline Camps’ season starts at ice-out mid April and runs through mid October. This includes trolling for spring salmon, amazing smallmouth bass fishing, white perch, pickerel, horn pout, yellow perch, and pumpkin seeds. Or, try your hand at fly fishing for brook trout and land locked salmon.

But not just fishing, Shoreline Camps is open for spring bear season, fall bear, moose, woodland bird and water fowl hunting seasons.

Guides

The Grand Lakes Region has the largest concentration of guides in Maine. Area guides provide grand-laker canoes, shore lunches, bait and transportation to any of the local lakes, rivers, or ponds. Guides work independently and specialize in hunting, fishing, ATV trails, hiking, bird watching, canoeing and kayaking our area. Shoreline Camps would be happy to introduce you to a guide that will fit your party’s specific interests.

What to bring

Smallmouth bassShoreline Camps is above the 45th parallel and is in an undeveloped wilderness area. They recommend bringing warm clothes even in the summer time. It can get cool at night around the camp fire. Spring and summer bug spray or a bug net is a must. Pack your rain gear, storms come up without notice so plan on going fishing no mater the weather. A GPS and compass with a lake map is a very good idea. Its can be easy to get lost on the lake.

Entertainment and Shopping

July and August is a perfect time at Shoreline Camps for a great family get away. Swimming, boating, canoe, kayaking, tubing, ATV trails, wild life and bird watching, hiking and bicycling. Day trips to Canada, Lubec, lobster boat docks, Baxter State Park, Moose Horn State Park. Local museums, folk arts festival, Passamaquoddy Indian Festival, and the Grand Lake Stream 4th of July celebration.

Contact Information

ShoreLine Camps
Hosts: Jean & Mike Lombardo
PO Box 140
Grand Lake Stream, Maine 04637
http://www.ShorelineCamps.com/


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1 Comments For This Post

  1. Michael Lombardo Says:

    Thank you Gary, we couldn’t have described Shoreline Camps any better.   

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