Recreation

We encourage each of our guests to develop a more personal relationship with Medomak. Hike our trails, pick sweet blueberries, or explore our quiet lake by canoe, kayak or sailboat. Her cooling waters are a joy to swim in, paddle through, or simply observe from the docks with a good book.

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Other activities include:

Fishing
Swimming
Hiking trails
Basketball
Ping-Pong
Foosball
Bird watching
Blueberry picking
Campfire
Stargazing
Campouts at Sunset Lodge
*Stretch Class/Yoga
*Massage

* Available at an additional cost

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Suggested Day Trips
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Acadia National Park and Mt. Desert Island--nearly 50,000 acres of granite dome mountains, woodlands, lakes, ponds and ocean shoreline. 1.5 hours drive
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Boothbay Harbor--whale watching, sport fishing, sea-kayaking and sailing.
1.5 hours drive
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Freeport, Maine--home to over 170 upscale outlets, eclectic boutiques, and the world famous L.L. Bean Outlet in addition to other outdoor adventure stores. 1 hour drive
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Monhegan Island--a remote summer haven for artists amd visitors. Just one square mile in area offers nearly 17 miles of trails leading to rocky ledges and some of the highest ocean cliffs on the Maine coastline.
45 minute drive/1 hour ferry ride
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Pemaquid Point Lighthouse--built in 1835 and overlooking dramatic streaks of granite reaching down into the sea; noted as the most photographed spot in Maine. 40 minutes drive
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Camden--the most popular port town in Midcoast, Maine. Quaint shops and galleries, cozy cafes and restaurants, a breathtaking view of the picturesque harbor from Mt. Battie in Camden Hills State Park. 30 minutes drive.


These are only a select few of the many beautiful port towns, beaches and parks all within a two hour journey from Medomak. We look forward to helping you plan and map out your perfect one-day Maine adventures.