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  1. 1.

    Continuous Harmony Farm

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    Lincolnville Center, Maine

    Continuous Harmony Farm is located on the north side of Camden Hills State Park. When this area was originally settled, the farm was located on the "highway" from Camden to seasonal pastures in Lincolnville. The trails leading to the park still go by the old foundations that dotted the old Government Road from Camden. The farm has 46 acres of flowing pasture, hardwood forest and flower and vegetable gardens. At the heart of the property is a large farm pond that has been used to water livestock for generations. We hope you can visit us soon!

    Our farm abuts Camden Hills State Park, offering dozens of miles of trails for hiking and biking. Farm activities include looking after our flock of Katahdin sheep, laying hens, bee hives and vegetable and flower gardens. Activities nearby include rock climbing, boating, horseback riding, paddle boarding and swimming. Read our reviews HERE

    Add Ons:

    To be paid upon arrival - Venmo, Paypal, or Cash

    • 30 Amp Electrical Hook-up: $10
    • **Frozen Organic Blueberries: $5.00 **Frozen wild organic Maine blueberries in an 8 oz. resealable packet. Great serving size for 2 people for your breakfast cereal, yoghurt, or snack on them solo! 5 lb boxes available for $35.
    • **Organic Wild Maine Blueberry Powder: $18 **Dehydrated organic wild Maine blueberries, blended into nutrient dense powder. 2 pounds of fresh berries in each 3oz. pouch. Use it in smoothies, yogurt, salads. Steep it in tea. Great for campers! 8oz. packets available for $40.
    • **Blueberry Honey: $12 **12 fl. oz. of premium Maine honey from the wild blueberry barrens. Wonderful taste to this unique honey.
    • **Blueberry Harvest: $20 **Accompany our family for our seasonal blueberry harvest. Pick your own blueberries alongside our raking crew in our organic wild blueberry barrens. This experience is available only during blueberry season in late July and early August.
    • **Old Government Toll Tour: $10 **Take a guided tour of the old Government Toll Road and visit the original homesteads of some of Linconville's early settlers. Tour takes about an hour.
    • **Bicycles: $20 **Enjoy our selection of bicycles for the afternoon, exploring Fernald's Neck or the Bald Rock Mountain trails.
    • **Tent: $20 **6 person tent, ready to go upon your arrival
    • **Farm Basket: $15 **Get a daily basket of our farm fresh produce, eggs, seasonal berries, orchard fruits, baked goods (muffins, scones, etc) and a sample of our organic wild blueberry powder.
    • **Canoe: $30 **Explore Lake Megunticook or Norton Pond with a 12’ Winona Canoe (two paddles included).
    • **Firewood Bundle: $8 **Enjoy the warmth of a campfire with a bundle of firewood for each day of your visit.

    Learn more about this land:

    Continuous Harmony Farm Campsite is located under a great old white ash tree beside a large farm pond on 46 acres of sheep meadow, forest and fields. Our farm abuts Camden Hills State Park, offering dozens of miles of trails for hiking and biking. Farm activities include looking after our flock of Katahdin sheep, laying hens, bee hives and vegetable and flower gardens. Activities nearby include rock climbing, boating,, horseback riding, paddle boarding and swimming.

    • Pets
    • Fires
    • Electric Hookups
    • Phone Service
    • Reservable
    • ADA Access

    $40 / night

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    The Hawnets Nest

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    Stetson, Maine

    Welcome to our cozy and charming mini A-frame cabins and Tent Sites! Nestled on our homestead initiative here in our small town located in the southern Maine Highlands, this unique accommodation is the perfect retreat for those seeking a peaceful experience a short distance from some of Maines premier Rivers, Mountains, and Coastal towns.

    • Pets
    • Fires
    • Phone Service
    • Reservable
    • Tents
    • Trash

    $60 / night

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    Tiny Cabins of Maine

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    Coopers Mills, Maine

    Tiny Cabins of Maine is on 100 acres of wooded land on a 25 acre pond. On the property are two tiny cabins (Roxie and Maybelle) and one tent site. Each cabin is fully insulated and has a tiny wood stove to make it comfortable all 4 seasons!

    Each cabin has a comfortable fully sized bed, a mini woodstove, a composting toilet, kitchen essentials, an outside firepit, and plenty of wood. The tent site is a clearing in the woods with a popup tented porta-potty, and a firepit.

    2 kayaks, a yak board, 2 paddleboards and a canoe are at the dock for guests to use. There is an outside Pizzeria with a woodfired pizza oven and table for two, an axe throwing target with 6 axes and directions to play as well as a clearing by the water called the Pub. There, guests can sit at a high top table, relax in a hammock, play corn hole or have a fire in the chimenea. There are currently about 1.5 miles of trails cleared, with more added each week!

    The pond is surrounded by wooded area and it feels remote but road noise can still be heard.

    • Pets
    • Fires
    • Reservable
    • Tents
    • Picnic Table
    • Firewood Available

    $50 - $120 / night

  3. 4.

    Amy’s Farmstays

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    Jackson, Maine

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    Rustic Camping on Royer Valley Farm: The farm is situated in the hills of Waldo County. We are conveniently located between Belfast and Unity Maine. At Royer Valley Farm we raise swine, beef, sheep, goats, poultry, eggs, and rabbits. Also on our farm you’ll find two draft ponies, a mini donkey and a dog, Zephyr he's a 1/2 Golden Retriever & 1/2 Great Pyrenees. The farm consists of more than 50 acres of woods & pastures that can be explored by our guests and utilize for camping.

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    Note: Please review the house manual prior to booking your reservation

    Rustic Camping on Royer Valley Farm.

    Royer Valley Farm:

    Situated in the hills of Waldo County Maine in the little town of Brooks, Maine, we are conveniently located between Belfast and Unity Maine and easy commute to other popular destination around the state

    We Raise:

    • Swine

    • Beef

    • Sheep

    • Goats

    • Poultry

    • Eggs

    • Rabbits

    • Honey Bees

    • Herbs

    • Flowers

    • Vegetables

    • Maple Syrup

    • Timber for Firewood & Lumber

    • Pasture

    Other Animals & Pets:

    Our guests will also find two draft ponies, May & Grace, a mini donkey, Noel and her pet goose, Pat. We have one dog that lives in our house with us, Zephyr he's a beautiful black boy that is ½ Great Pyrenees & ½ Golden Retriever. He is a member of our family and is always with us everywhere we go.

    For Sale:

    We sell protein from all our livestock listed above, eggs, and other products here on the farm as well as making home deliveries. All products are available for purchase by guests upon request. Many of our guests bring an extra coolers for the purchase of our homegrown product. If don't have a cooler with you we can also supply one for you.

    Animal Care & Respect for the Land:

    Royer Valley Farm is always a farm first. We allow our property and animals to be shared by our guests and farm customers. Please know our animals must be respected at all times. Always keep pets out of the livestock areas. No guest or guest pet will running after, chase, or harass in anyway any livestock, animals, or pets. Our land was purchased by Amy and Richard Royer, Jr. on September 1st 2016 after more than a year of being almost homeless. By the grace of Heavenly Father, He has blessed us with the stewardship of this little piece of His vineyard on earth. As in the care and respect of our animals we also demand the same for the ground we walk on the air we breathe, and the water we drink. No burning of plastics or other garbage, dumping chemicals, oil or gas anywhere on the property. No littering, do not leave disposable diapers, personal hygiene items, or other disposable personal apparatus anywhere on the property. These actions will not be tolerated and could lead to your removal from the property at any time. Always dispose of your trash in a trashcan or take it off the property when you check out

    Camping Conditions:

    The farm sits on the side of a hill with sloping pastures and several acres of forest all of which is available for camping activities most of the time. We are open all year long for camping and other activities. We tend to receive several feet of snow in the winter months. However, we welcome any one that would like to do some winter-camping to consider staying with us, we’d be happy to host you. We have plenty of areas for people to camp; some are accessible by car, some areas the guest would need a four wheel drive vehicle, other guests choose to hike to the their special campsite. Part of the beauty of staying with us is choosing your special spot to camp. Give yourself a little extra time to look around to find your campsite or if you just want to setup somewhere simple we can help you out with that as well. Some people get here so late they just decided to forego setting up a tent and sleep in their vehicle for the night whatever you are comfortable with is fine. Come and explore our farm and enjoy the property we have been blessed with and love to share with people from all over the world.

    Reserving a Campsite:

    Please know all campsite numbers on our farm are interchangeable. For example: You’re looking at our listings in the reservation section and you like Campsite #1. But Campsite #1 is booked for the days you want to stay. Please just book the next campsite that’s open like Campsite #2. The numbers really don’t matter. If you like a posted picture please let us knows and I will try to hold that area for you. For returning campsite guests if you enjoyed the area you stayed in on your last visit please let us know and if no one has reserved that spot we will hold it for you.

    Rustic Campsites:

    All of our camping sites are rustic with no water, sewer, or electric hookups. Toileting is done in an outhouse. We expect the outhouses area to be kept clean at all times for your safety and that of other guests. Toilet paper, disinfectant, air fresheners, lime dust, hand sanitizer, and paper towels are provided.

    Camping Policy & Information:

    Campsites:

    We will direct all guests where they may setup their campsites.

    Parking:

    Each Campsite is limited to two vehicles per site all others must park in designated parking area by farmhouse.

    Guests Limited:

    5 people per reservation with extra fees paid at time of reservation.

    Pets:

    Pets are also allowed guest must notify us of any pets that will accompany them at the time you make your reservation. Fees will be charged per pet per stay. Please see our pet policy.

    Tenters:

    We limit camping gear to one tent or camper per reservation.

    Additional tents can be added to a tenting reservation at $25.00 per additional tent per night (via cash/card).

    RV's and Camper Trailer: aka “Campers”

    All campers must have separated reservation.

    Check with us prior to reservation to a sure we have a space level or big enough for your particular camper.

    Additional Tents can be added to a camper reservation at $25.00 per additional tent per night. Understand if a camping guest arrives with more than one tent they will have to pay for the extra tent before staying that night and campsite guest numbers apply.

    Campfires:

    Don't leave any trash at the campsite on the ground or in the fire-rings.

    Don't burn any plastic, glass, rubber, or metal. If you choice to burn food waste please ensure the fire totally consumes the product before leave.

    We have trash cans set up at the Farmstore entrance for trash and deposit bottles.

    All campfires are to be kept in the designated fire-rings on your campsite and never left unattended. Fire-rings are not to be relocated!

    All fires must be extinguished before leaving your campsite unattended and at check out

    Rental Equipment:

    We offer an A La’Carte Rental menu for camping gear for those guests that would like to camp but don’t have their own gear with them. All rental items and supplies must be request before 6:00pm eastern time. All rentals are in addition to the campsite rental fees. Fees will be paid prior to your stay through Airbnb, credit card, or cash. Guests are required to accept all charges if done through Airbnb prior to receiving the service or pay for all service directly to me before staying or receiving services or products. At your request we will setup all your rental equipment and have it ready for you before your arrival and we’ll take it down once you check out, you can leave the work to us and enjoy your stay on the farm.

    A La’Carte Rental Options:

    TENTS:

    1 - 2 Person Tent (80”dx80”wx36”h includes setup & removal ) $ 75.00 per day

    1 - 6 Person Tent (120”d x 104”w x 80”h includes setup & removal) $100 per night

    BEDDING:

    Summer Weight Sleeping Bag $10.00 per day

    Heavy Sleeping Bag $20.00 per day

    Sleeping Pad Regular $10.00 per day

    SHOWER FACILITIES: (Must be pre-schedule prior to use)

    Shower Fee Camping Guests $10.00 per use

    Bath Towel Rental $10.00 each

    Bath Towel Deposit Fee $ 5.00 each refunded if towel is returned in good condition.

    CAMPING EQUIPMENT:

    •25 quart Cooler $10.00 per day

    •Camp saw $ 5.00 per hour

    •Shovel $ 5.00 per hour

    •Iron tooth rake $ 5.00 per hour

    •Leaf rake $ 5.00 per hour

    •Camp Chair $10.00 per day

    CAMPSITE SETUP SERVICE:

    Royer Valley Farm campsite setup service $ 75.00 All your rental equipment setup and ready for you before your arrival and taken down once you check out, leave the work to us and enjoy your stay. Charged per tent

    CAMPFIRE STARTING SERVICE:

    We will get your campfire started and going for a $45.00 fee. Once it’s going it’s up to the guest to keep it going.

    Firewood:

    We require all campfires to be kept in the designated fire-rings on your campsite. And never left unattended all fires must be extinguished before leaving your campsite unattended and at check out.

    Firestarter Kit 1: Paper, kindling $ 8.00

    Firestarter Kit 2: Paper, kindling, and a lighter $10.00

    Firewood: $1.00 per stick or 11th stick for $10.00

    Guest gathered wood from the forest floor: Free

    Important Notice:

    *No out of state firewood is allowed on our property

    *Guests are not allowed to cut down any living trees or brush and must not leave any sticks around the campsite after checking out. Neatly stacked firewood along the tree line and out of the pasture is fine.

    *Any live trees damaged the guest will be held financially responsible.

    *All additional fees must be agreed upon at booking and must be paid prior to your stay.

    *Payments can be made through credit card or cash

    Carry in and carry out don’t leave any trash or litter anywhere on the farm.

    *All rental and supply fee's are subject to change without notice.

    Guest access

    COMMON AREA POLICY, RULES & ETIQUETTE:

    •Please respect any guests that are in the common areas first.

    •Please don’t leave personal belongings in these areas.

    •Always clean up after yourselves and your family.

    •Leave every common area in better condition than you found. This makes everyone’s experience more enjoyable.

    Common Areas include but not limited to:

    •Farm Store

    •Farm Store Bathroom

    •Outhouses

    •Picnic Tables,

    •Trails, Roadways, and Walkways.

    Common Fire Pit:

    •Located behind main farmhouse all guests are welcome to join us for conversation and to get to know your neighbors. When the fire is lit bring a chair, something to cook or roast if you desire, and a story and enjoy the night with us.

    •This fire can be initiated and used by any of our guests. Be aware no matter who starts the Common Fire Pit, they have just invited everyone to join them! There is a fee for firewood that is provided by the farm. As always if gathered from the forest floor it's free for the taking.

    Farm Pond and Berm:

    •The Farm Pond and berm is a common area please shares this area.

    Campsites:

    •Please maintain a 20 foot courtesy distance away from any of our occupied campsite and guests personal belongings.

    •When transiting by any of our occupied campsite and the 20 foot distance can’t be maintained please do it by the greatest distance possible and as respectfully as possible. Kindness will be reciprocated.

    Animal Danger:

    Any animal can be dangerous. Approach all animals calmly and with caution.

    Bio-security: for the protection and health of our livestock some areas of our farm is prohibited to guests. These areas are well marked please do not enter these areas without farm staff and proper bio-security followed.

    We also maintain electric fencing around our pasture. Guests are to always assume these fences are on and will give a good shock if they are touched in any manner! Other than these areas guest are welcome to explore the farm and visit with the animals.

    Other things to note

    Bio-security:

    *For the protection and health of our livestock some areas of our farm is prohibited to guests. These areas are well marked please do not enter these areas without farm staff and proper bio-security followed.

    *No Pets Allowed Within Livestock Areas

    *We also maintain electric fencing around our pasture. Guests are to always assume these fences are on and will give a good shock if they are touched in any manner!

    Camping At Royer Valley Farm:

    *All of our camping sites are rustic no hookups at all.

    *Campsite Guest choose, with the assistants of the Host where to setup their campsite when they arrive.

    *Toileting is done in an outhouse.

    *Royer Valley Farm can provide some rental equipment and supplies but the following list may assist our camping guest prepare for their stay.

    CAMPING SUPPLY CHECKLIST

    SHELTER:

    o Tent or Camper (No hook ups)

    o Camp Chair

    o Camp Table

    o Ground Cloth or Tarp

    o Rope and twine

    SLEEPING:

    o Sleeping Bag or Blankets

    o Sleeping Pad, Lightweight Cot, or Air Mattress with air pump

    o Pillows

    o Hammock —campers love a good hammock for sleeping, a bug net and rainfly can also be add to your hammock if you’re planning on sleeping in them overnight.

    COOKING SUPPLIES:

    o Fire starter – lighter, matches, dry kindling (No firewood from outside the State of Maine)

    o Camp stove with fuel

    o Water pot to boil water, frying pan and Cooking utensils

    o Can opener

    o Tin Foil

    o Paper Towels

    o Marshmallow Sticks

    DINING:

    o Food Supply

    o Cooler with Ice

    o Bottled Water

    o Paper plates, bowls, and cups (not plastic, the paper can be used to start your campfire)

    o Eating Utensils

    o Corkscrew

    o Dish Pan and Soap

    o Scouring Pad

    o Dish Towels

    PERSONAL NEEDS

    o Small First Aid Kit —Band-Aids in a variety of sizes, something to clean scrapes and bruises, a small supply of pain killers and daily medications

    o Bug spray

    o Sting kit

    o Mylar blanket

    o Toilet Paper

    o Moist wipes

    o Personal Toiletries

    o Soap

    o Hand sanitizer

    o Wash Basin

    o Washcloth and bath towel

    o Small trash bags

    TOOLS:

    o Hammer

    o Ax or Hatchet

    o Hand Saw

    o Multi Tool or Pocket Knife—a good multi tool or knife is very useful when camping.

    o Light source —headlamps, flashlight, or lantern

    o Extra Batteries

    o Camp shovel

    o 5 gallon Bucket

    o Small Rake

    CLOTHING:

    Clothing needs vary according personal preference, but the following few items are usually essential on any camping checklist.

    o Backpack —because you’ll need something to carry your stuff in

    o Rain Jacket

    o Packable Warm Jacket

    o Fleece hat

    o Extra warm socks

    o Clean/dry clothes

    o Laundry Bag

    RECREATION:

    o Binoculars

    o Camera

    o Compass

    o Games and Playing Cards

    o Trail Maps

    o Hiking Boots

    o Swimming Suit

    o Good Book

    CAMPSITE TIPS:

    1. The flatter the site, the better. If you are camping on an incline, position your tent so that when you lie down, your head will be on the higher ground.

    2. Make sure there are no sharp rocks, branches, pinecones, or other debris that might pierce through your tent. Also, if you’re camping in an area with lots of overgrown vegetation, you might need to clear away any especially strong and sturdy vines or short shrubs.

    3. A tent position under a tree can provide shade (on a hot summer’s day nothing is quite as hot as being inside the inferno of your tent) and some added shelter.

    4. Ground that is especially sandy or loose won’t provide a good place to anchor tent stakes. Make sure the soil where you decide to put up your tent is firm enough to lodge a stake securely into it.

    • Pets
    • Fires
    • Reservable
    • Tents
    • Trash
    • Firewood Available

    $30 - $165 / night

  4. 5.

    Salt Pond Perfection

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    Sedgwick, Maine

    23 acres of rolling blueberry barrens interspersed with Maine granite boulders and ledges leading down to over ~1/3 mile of private tidal beach frontage on the Salt Pond(Atlantic Ocean)! Share the view with deer, bald eagles, wild turkeys and tons of local flora and fauna as you walk the ~1 mile road which rings the property. There are three site options, each with their own appeal. TWO are easily accessible from the main road, but removed enough for peace, and have direct water access! SITE 1 is more removed, and is not visible from the main road. It has a more expansive blueberry field view. This site has tenting options in the gravel road by the picnic table/fire barrel, or in the blueberry field itself(walking access only). Walk a 1/4 mile path through the blueberry fields to get down to your own tidal cove- take a dip in the cold Atlantic if you’re brave at high tide, skim the serene Salt Pond waters in your kayak, or go clamming or fishing if you want to work for your dinner! SITE 2 is grassy and closer to the water. The parking area and picnic table is visible from the main road, but you can pitch a tent on the lower portion beside the water which is not visible from the road.***UPDATE this road is washed out at the top- SUV/truck/AWD vehicles recommended***SITE 3 is HIKE IN ONLY - a private grassy of land jutting into the salt pond - this site is a 1/3 mile gentle downhill hike to the campsite (wheelbarrow provided to move your gear)!

    ALL sites come with a picnic table, composting toilets in a toilet tent included in the price, 

    AND sun showers (available for rental).

    5 min drive from Blue Hill town center, Blue Hill Mountain(more hiking!) and its Bay(more swimming!)- 45 min drive to either Bar Harbor/Acadia National Park, Holbrook Island Sanctuary, the historic Castine waterfront, or the quaint fishing villages of Deer Isle and Stonington. Explore Downeast Maine away from the crowds, at the most beautiful blueberry base you'll see!

    • Pets
    • Fires
    • Phone Service
    • Reservable
    • Tents
    • Standard (Tent/RV)

    $49 - $69 / night

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    The Forest Poshtel

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    Monroe, Maine

    Private site nestled in the Maine woods adjacent to Swanlake State Park, includes usage of park pass, kayaks available. Explore our pathways and ongoing landscaping projects or just relax and enjoy the forest and wildlife. Recharge your life battery and live well my friends!

    • Fires
    • Reservable
    • Tents
    • Trash
    • Picnic Table
    • Firewood Available

    $85 - $150 / night

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    Rough and Raw

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    Lamoine, Maine

    Some of these sites are clothing optional. Please read below for details:

    No frills at all. Camp at the edge of a small brook or close to it. There is a fire ring. Adults over 18 only. No kids allowed. These sites are the furthest from the port o potty and hose and everything else. Invisible to other campers or neighbors, this can be your chance to sit naked by the campfire or see what it is like to sleep with nothing between yourself and the stars but your skin. Very secluded part of our grounds. These are our only Naked sites and if filled on your dates please check out our others in Camping With Wolves, which are slightly less primitive.. or the comfy Cadillac Mt View Loft and Hammock site. Clothing is optional only in the Raw and Rough sites. That means you can also choose to keep it on ! . It is very important that you call two zero seven six six seven three two four four to be certain we know of your reservation and arrival . Call for last minute booking. It can be arranged but YOU MUST CALL. Not use the app method of calling. It does not necessarily reach us immediately. If we are able to answer, you may be in luck if there is a no show . Do not expect luxury. You may need to walk in depending on weather and your vehicle. If the weather is above freezing, the will likely be bugs.

    • Fires
    • Phone Service
    • Reservable
    • Tents
    • Group
    • Standard (Tent/RV)

    $40 - $100 / night

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