Our ecolodges in Maine are their own conservation story.
Nestled deep in the 100-Mile Wilderness and supported in part by our sustainable timber operation, three lodges are connected by more than 90 miles of trails. Summer offers ideal fly-fishing and picturesque hikes, while winter brings lodge-to-lodge skiing—all within a truly remote piece of wilderness.
The Maine Woods region is one of the darkest places remaining on the East Coast and has been designated as an International Dark Sky Park. Due to its exceptional dark skies, the Park is one of the best places for stargazing in the region and has also been identified as an area of exceptionally high habitat connectivity and climate change resilience.
Built on AMC conservation land and located at the confluence of Second Roach Pond and the Roach River, Medawisla Lodge and Cabins, part of AMC’s Maine Wilderness Lodge network, provides an ideal spot for exploring the famed 100-Mile Wilderness. Learn MoreBook Now
For over 140 years, Little Lyford Lodge & Cabins has provided visitors an authentic outdoor experience in central Maine’s expansive Moosehead Lake region, offering a spectacular location on 66,000 acres of permanently conserved forestland by AMC. Learn more. Learn MoreBook Now
Built as a private camp in 1867, Gorman Chairback Lodge & Cabins offer a spectacular location in the heart of Maine’s 100-Mile Wilderness. Situated by the shore of Long Pond on 66,000 acres of forestland permanently conserved by AMC, Gorman Chairback offers a central location for a myriad of outdoor activities. Learn MoreBook Now
Moose Point Cabin is a rustic retreat overlooking Long Pond in the heart of Maine’s 100-Mile Wilderness and features easy access to the Appalachian Trail and Third Mountain. Surrounded by miles of trails, lakes, and rivers, it’s a perfect year-round spot to disconnect and enjoy outdoor activities. Learn MoreBook Now
Ready for some wilderness camping on AMC’s only coastal island destination? Set up your tent in secluded meadowland, surrounded by sixty acres of woodland. Wake up to the call of ospreys, and watch the tidal rips through Lower Hell’s Gate. Learn MoreBook Now
Look out the window and see seals playing in the bay, or sit on the porch and listen to the osprey. You needn’t set foot outside this beautiful coastal cabin to enjoy Mid-Coast Maine. If you do, go by canoe, kayak, bicycle or car to discover bays, beaches, and islands. Learn MoreBook Now