Maine Lodging, Not Just Four Walls, Hotels, Motels.
On the bottom of every Maine license plate is the label of what the state is, Vacationland.
And you don’t have to be flush with money to enjoy any of the four seasons in Maine either. But because there is usually a little drive involved to get here, staying overnight is a given. To sample Maine fully each trip you pencil in on your calendar. To be away for needed “R” and “R”.
So options of where to stay beyond Maine hotels, motels.
There are lots of them from camping in a lean to or pitching a tent at a state park. To hauling in a camper trailer to level, pull out the deck chairs and start relaxing by a nightly fire. As you plan the next day’s adventure in Maine. Don’t forget your swimming trunks, bathing suits and fishing poles either!
In Southern Aroostook County, Tall Timber Lodge in New Limerick Maine on Drews Lake is worthy consideration for a night or longer stay too. The dead end road quietness on Baxter Brook and the North Shore of Drews Lake will enhance what ever activities you have scheduled on your Vacation.
Wildlife from loons to Maine white tail deer and moose will entertain on your stay at Tall Timber Lodge.
The cabins at Tall Timber Lodge have everything needed to assure an affordable, memorable vacation. And the lodge with massive stone fireplace, an outdoor actitivies tent is ideal to rent for weddings, office parties, family reunions or business meetings.
Make a mental note to check the Tall Timber Lodge at Drews Lake links. To consider the Southern Aroostook County rest stop as the one to book for your next vacation to Northern Maine. Take a video tour of Drews Lake. You are not going to spend the entire Maine vacation inside the cabins playing cribbage either! You will be outside, on the water all the time you can sneak away and to really relax.