Medawisla (the Abenaki word for loon) is the newest destination in our Maine Wilderness Lodges network, and an ideal spot for exploring the famed 100-Mile Wilderness. Built on AMC conservation land and located at the confluence of Second Roach Pond and the Roach River, seven miles from Kokadjo and northeast of Greenville, Medawisla offers opportunities for hiking, paddling, fly fishing, canoe camping, snowshoeing and cross-country skiing, steps away from your private cabin or bunkhouse accommodations.
Brook trout, Lake trout, Landlocked Salmon
AMC's Maine Wilderness Lodges offer easy access to both stream and pond fishing, located near the West Branch of the Pleasant River, the Roach River, and over 20 remote ponds. Wild brook trout are the draw at the dozens of remote ponds near Medawisla Lodge & Cabins, Little Lyford Lodge & Cabins, while Long Pond, at Gorman Chairback Lodge & Cabins, features wild brook trout, lake trout, and landlocked salmon. Learn more about our lodges and find the one that's perfect for you.
AMC owns and manages 70,000 acres of conservation and recreation land in the heart of the 100-Mile Wilderness, offering a variety of fishing opportunities. Sportsmen may access the property year-round, including those portions of the spring and fall seasons when AMC's three wilderness lodges are closed.
View more...The property contains the headwaters of the West Branch of the Pleasant River along with the headwaters of the Roach River. Both support a strong population of wild brook trout, an increasing rarity in the East. Anglers should consult the state's open water fishing laws and rules for regulations regarding the use of certain fishing gear on certain bodies of water.
Medawisla Lodge & Cabins offers a spectacular location "off the grid" by the shore of Second Roach Pond, on 70,000 acres of forestland permanently conserved by AMC as part of its Maine Woods Initiative.
Five private hilltop cabins with private bath with shower, sleeping 5-6 people. Each cabin has two private bedrooms with either a queen or twin beds, and a living room with a double futon. One of these cabins is ADA accessible.
Four private waterfront cabins with shared bath with shower, sleeping 5-6 people. Each cabin has two private bedrooms with either a queen or twin beds, and a living room with a double futon. These cabins also have a kitchenette for guests who prefer to prepare their own meals. One of these cabins is ADA accessible.
One hilltop and one View more...waterfront bunkhouse, each sleeping 16 in four separate rooms of four guests each.
All cabins and bunkhouses have electric LED lighting, and a woodstove (our ADA accessible cabins have propane stoves).
Linens are provided to cabin guests, including pillowcases, sheets, and towels (bunkhouse guests must provide their own linens).
Central lodge includes dining room, sitting area, deck, and sauna.
Meal packages with home-cooked dinner and breakfast and a trail lunch are included in all full-service rates.
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