Is pulling into a lake lot cottage with full bath, microwave, satelite tv and video games for the kids your idea of "camping"?
Or is hiking with a 60 pound back pack up into a remote tent site and drinking hot black coffee at sunrise in the woods your desire? Or something in between? The word camping is wide in meaning for folks making the trek to Maine this summer. Some "campers" strap on cross country skis, and shoe shoe thru ice and snow to a summit of a mountain to crawl into a tent with gas heater. No power, no people, just the wide open Maine outdoors. Depending on your age and stamina, camping can mean many things to Maine bound real estate buyers. Over and over I hear the comment that "we just want to get away..feel cramped and crowded where we live now". Maine countryside has more deer and moose than people...with 11 people per square mile in Northern Maine, find the space you need. Complete the wide open feeling with lake loons singing, birds chirping, water roaring down a rock cascade, and all with the back drop of mountains, rolling fields and little development or traffic!
Maine...the way life should be. Maine REALTOR Andrew F Mooers - Houlton Maine / Aroostook County Real Estate Broker
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