Eustis Maine Hunting and Fishing Cabins & Fine Dining
Once the private hunting and fishing camp of drug store Tycoon Louis Liggett, Tea Pond Lodge & Cabins now welcomes guests to the peace and beauty of the Maine woods. Located just north of Stratton / Eustis, Maine in Jim Pond Township, the log cabins are located on 90 acre Tea Pond which is foot 115 deep in spots. Originally set up as logging camps, the property has access to miles of old logging roads for hiking, hunting, snowmobiling, ATVing and wildlife watching. Tea Pond offers some of the finest fishing in Maine for landlocked salmon, brook trout, and togue. In winter, snowmobile from your cabin to miles of groomed trails, or travel a short distance to Sugarloaf USA and Saddleback ski areas.
Our cozy cabins range from rustic and remote to full housekeeping.
New Lodge, Restaurant & Bar the dining room over looks Tea Pond, what a view!
Tea Pond Lodge & cabins now has a new Lodge featuring a restaurant and Full Bar, open Monday & Weds 11 – 4 (Closed Tuesdays) Thursdays & Fridays from 11 – 9 , Saturdays 8 – 9 and Sunday from 9 – 6
The Lodge also has three new rooms for rent and a beautiful gift area.
We know you will come to love these historic camps as we do.
Situated in the north western mountains of Maine you can enjoy the following activities the region has to offer…
ATVing – Fishing – Canoeing/Kayaking – Snowmobiling, Hiking – Biking – Hunting
Swimming – Viewing and Photography of Wildlife – Wedding sites – Cross Country Skiing/Snow shoeing
And more….. All this is just a 5 hour scenic drive north of Boston!
Open Year Round
Snowmobile Trails are currently Open
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468 Tea Pond Road
Eustis, Maine 04936
Welcome to Tea Pond Camps located on the shore of the beautiful Tea Pond, located in the north western mountains of Maine. You will come to love these historic camps as we do as well as being able to enjoy the following activities the region has to offer:
- Wildlife Viewing
- Snowmobiling ITS 84/89
- And Much More! All this is just a 5 hour scenic drive north of Boston