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161 Jackman Rd, Rockwood, ME 04478
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#2 of 5 Specialty lodging in Rockwood
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Gray Ghost Camps offers modern and comfortable lodging in Maine's Moosehead Lake Region. From private island cottages to large groups, we have a variety of lodging options. Our cabins are waterfront with free docking for your boat. Also included are canoes, kayaks and water toys to add to the fun. The fun continues year round as we are in Maine's snowbelt providing months of winter adventures. Snowmobile trails, Cross Country and Downhill skiing are all possible right here from camp. Try us once and see why so many visit us again and again. We are a Local Maine Business owned by a Local Maine Family. We looking forward to having you join us.
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Free parking
Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
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Canoeing
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Outdoor fireplace
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Picnic area
Sun loungers / beach chairs
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Private beach
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shayleesurfergirl wrote a review Sep 2020
New Castle, New Hampshire24 contributions4 helpful votes
Grey Ghost camps is the best! Me and my family ad the best time going there last week! We stayed in Grizzly King cabin and it was very nice and had a very cool woodsy vibe to it! We had our own fireplace, and our little puppy, Mollie, had a super amazing first vacation! I had so much fun! It is definitly going to become a tridition, and I will definitly be back soon! We loved playing on the waterslide and water trampoline! All of the workers and visitors were super nice! This place is super family friendly and dog friendly! We thought we were going to be the only people with a dog, but almost everyone had a dog! The kayak rentals and canoe rentals are free, and we could take them whenever we wanted! There were 3 canoes, 2 paddle boards, and lots of kayaks! Something I realized in other reiviews was that the closest grocery store was a shaws, an hour and a half away, but there was a shop and save only about 20 mins. away! Also, If you are wondering if you should brig toilet paper or ot, you should if you have a big family. the cabin has 3 roll. There was running water and a nice shower, no bath. I loved this place so much!!! In grizzly king, there is a loft, ad in there is a twin bed, a bed about the sive of 1 and a half twins, and a dresser. The master bedroom has one king bed. There is a itchen with a microwave, fridge, and sink. There is also dishes andd bowls includes, plus silver ware! (and a toaster) There is a lot of nice dock, that were perfect for family photoshoots! Te end of the grizzly king dock was wobly, so I would only recomend 2 to 3 people on that one! There is a nice shed with lots of fun stuff that you can use for free! There is Floaties, Life vests, Mountiains Bikes ( and helmets), Wiffle ball materials, a skateboard, Sunscreen, Bug spray, Fishing nets (The dock is great for fishing off of, ecpecially at night!), And so many more stuff to make it the best week ever! The boat rentals for the day are super nice and cheap, and so I would definitly recomend thoose! The seaplane does not offer rides, but is super cool to watch take off and land! One of the best things about this place, is that near the road, is a super nice sport feild, with a volleyball net, soccernets, ultimate frisbie goals, a giant chair, and cool, fun suplize for all the sports they offer! There is an awesome swag stoe with nice hats, SUPER comfortable sweatshirts, pretty t-shirts, and cabin signs! The hats were 15 dollars, the t-shitrts were 15 $, the sweatshirts are $25, and The signs, I have no clue on! It is definitly worth checking out though! The owners are also super nice and will tell you where to spot mosse, and lend you maps to find nice places! If you dont see a moose, do not feel bad, We looks for 3 hours and saw none! But we did see lots of shooting stars and they were super cool! Most cabins have there own fire pits, and grizzly kings is right on the water! There is also a nice screen porch and picnic bench! I definitly recomend staying there!!!
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Date of stay: August 2020
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Room Tip: Grizly king may be small, but it is the most private, and has the best yard and is the newest, so...
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Shanel wrote a review Jul 2020
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I cannot get over how much fun I have each year I visit! Steve and Amy are outstanding and their camps feel like home. The beds are comfortable, the kitchen is super functional (fully equipped), clean, cozy, welcoming and all around exactly what a cabin type home away from home should be. If you ever need anything they are right there and ready to help in any way they can. I always look forward to staying with them. Each year brings so many new memories and adventures. Thank you guys for making my fourth memorable year after year. See you soon!
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Date of stay: July 2020Trip type: Traveled with family
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Cheryl B wrote a review Aug 2019
Greenland, New Hampshire7 contributions2 helpful votes
The Gray Ghost Camps is our "happy place". It is a true gem. The camps are cozy and extremely clean. Owners Amy and Steve make everyone welcome and work hard to make sure everyone enjoys their stay. There's so much to do in the area- fishing, swimming, hiking, skiing, snowmobiling,or hunting. Or you can just relax. Can't wait to get back. Thank you Amy and Steve.
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Date of stay: August 2019Trip type: Traveled with family
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Carrie N wrote a review Oct 2018
Portland, Maine484 contributions69 helpful votes
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My husband and I had a wonderful time together with our German Shorthair Pointer Rugar. We stayed in cabin 3 (Mickey Finn) which was dog friendly. It’s $5/day extra for dogs to stay with you and they have to be with you at all times. They can not be left in the lodge alone at any time. Pick up after your pet as the grounds are shared by all the other lodges including a cozy fire pit perfect for Marshmallow roasting. The lodge is exactly as the description states. Private cabin on the waterway to Moosehead Lake. Plenty of paddle boards and tubes to use. Float plane rides available for hire. We were their for bird hunting and bow hunting white tailed deer. Great location for bird hunting and access to the golden road area. Our lodge was very clean and well stocked with towels and soap for bathing. Heater worked great. We had plenty of plates, utensils, pans, paper towels and dish soap for cooking breakfast, lunch or dinner in the cabin. Refrigerator with freezer was great. There are plenty of places nearby if you didn’t want to cook. There is WiFi for basic necessities but it isn’t fast. We were there to enjoy nature so it didn’t bother us. I enjoyed reading the guest book in our cabin where guests can share their experiences. It was a nice touch to hear about others adventures in Rockwood. It also helped us decide to have brunch at The Birches on our last morning out of town. There are plenty of hiking trails nearby and we had numerous sightings of wildlife nearby via car; five moose including two baby calves, one large 8 point buck, a coyote, foxes and some turkeys. We loved watching the local ducks near the docks in the morning and I suspect that they have some cracked corn fed to them every now and again. We have raved to the rest of the family about our stay and now it looks like this may be an annual affair!
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Date of stay: October 2018Trip type: Traveled as a couple
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wildernessgypsykate wrote a review Sep 2018
Roxbury, Maine1 contribution
I love Maine. I currently live in the southwest mountains of Maine but THIS place was incredible.. The camps were amazing, kayaking adventures, the views on the river are top notch.. The staff is INCREDIBLE (thank you Monica) and the owners really know how to make you feel at home.. My friends and I paddled across the river to enjoy breakfast, paddled up river afterwards, played board games on the picnic bench, and if it were warmer outside I KNOW we would have enjoyed those tempting tubes - but the bonfire at night made up for that.. We came up for the International Sea Plane shenanagins and it was quite amazing watching them land and take off from the front porch.. The cabins are very well kept.. I just adored the decor of old-times feels of Maine Mountain Cabin.. Very low key and well worth the voyage.. I know I’ll be back.. A second home..
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Date of stay: September 2018Trip type: Traveled with friends
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Frequently Asked Questions about Gray Ghost Camps
Which popular attractions are close to Gray Ghost Camps?
Nearby attractions include Mount Kineo (3.2 miles).
What are some of the property amenities at Gray Ghost Camps?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, free parking, and airport transportation.
Which room amenities are available at Gray Ghost Camps?
Top room amenities include a kitchenette, a refrigerator, and a seating area.
What food & drink options are available at Gray Ghost Camps?
Guests can enjoy barbeque facilities during their stay.
Is parking available at Gray Ghost Camps?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Gray Ghost Camps?
Conveniently located restaurants include Maynard's in Maine, Birches Resort, and Rockwood Bar & Grill.
Does Gray Ghost Camps have an airport shuttle?
Yes, Gray Ghost Camps offers an airport shuttle for guests. We recommend calling ahead to confirm details.
Are pets allowed at Gray Ghost Camps?
Yes, pets are typically allowed, but it's always best to call ahead to confirm.
Is Gray Ghost Camps accessible?
Yes, it offers wheelchair access. For specific inquiries, we recommend calling ahead to confirm.