are quiet, clean, comfortable and offer a perfect "get away from
it all" vacation,
while providing an absolute wilderness atmosphere for the adventurous
type who desires to be close to nature and away from the hustle and
bustle of city and suburban life. Nestled among the spruce, cedar and
birch are eight rustic log cabins and a lodge. They are set on our 1/2
mile shore frontage of Long Pond, a 9 mile long, prime salmon and trout
waterway, which connects via the famous Moose River to two other pristine
lakes. The Last Resort cove is shallow, safe for children, and an excellent
attraction for the many moose, deer, otters, ospreys, loons, herons,
and bald eagles that can be seen from your cabin porch. Binoculars and
a camera are a must when visiting The Last Resort; people are always
amazed at the number and variety of wildlife that they see. The average
daily moose sightings from the cabins June through August is four, with the most consistent and frequent moose sightings during the month of July.
Our cabins are fully equipped for housekeeping with gas ranges, gas refrigerators, gas lamps, all cooking and eating utensils, and all bedding needed for a comfortable stay. Electric lighting is provided by generator to each cabin from dusk to 10:00 PM, at which time most guests either retire after a full day of fresh air and exercise, or star-gaze from their cabin porch while listening to the crackling of their campfire. Most of the cabins have partitioned bedrooms and all are heated by gas heaters. You are provided with 5-gallon spigot water jugs for filling with spring water from nearby taps, and each cabin has its own privy. In addition, we have portable toilets brought in during the summer for your added convenience. There is also a heated shower house with three hot-water shower rooms.
We hope to see you at The Last Resort, where relaxing, fishing, canoeing, kayaking, hiking, mountain-biking, wildlife photography and star-gazing are some of the activities certain to make your vacation truly memorable.
THE LAST RESORT JACKMAN, MAINE (207) 668-5091 firstname.lastname@example.org