Appalachian mountain club
Knubble Bay Camp & Beal Island

Knubble Bay Camp and Beal Island, located on the tidal Sasanoa River, are favorite destinations for outdoor enthusiasts of all ages. Open to the public for rental, the cabin at Knubble Bay Camp and the 64-acres of Beal Island are ideal locations from which to explore the marvels of Mid-Coast Maine.

Canoe or kayak in the bays and coves, explore local shops and beaches, and eat lobster fresh from the boat at one of Georgetown Island’s picturesque fishing hamlets. For paddlers destinations include Robinhood Cove (with a genuine shipwreck), Goose Rock Passage, Five Islands and Reid State Park. Going north, the tidal rivers offer passages to coves and bays that wind their way to Bath. Several nearby islands are on the Maine Island Trail and are maintained by the Maine Island Trail Association.

Bird watching or bicycling, beach walking, swimming or sailing, the area is perfect for exploring and relaxing. A trip to Bath can include a good meal and an afternoon at the Maritime Museum. Reid State Park offers one of the most beautiful beaches in the area, and local restaurants serve fresh seafood.

Managed by a volunteer committee of the Appalachian Mountain Club, the cabin at Knubble Bay and Beal Island are models for the wise use and appreciation of the natural environment

 

Reservations for the 2014 Season to start January 2, 2014

for rental Reservations & information, please call: 603.466.2727

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