Rent KLT's Solar Powered Eco-Cabins at the Wakefield Wildlife Sanctuary!
The Wakefield Wildlife Sanctuary has two historic cabins available for rent. Both cabins were renovated by the Maine Cabin Masters crew. Eco-cabin 1 was featured in Season 3 of the DIY TV show. For more information, visit the Wakefield Wildlife Sanctuary page.
To make reservations: Visit our Lodgify page for online bookings and policies. KLT members receive a 10% discount, members please call 207-377-2848 to receive the discount code.
Guests will enjoy a rustic, eco-friendly, Maine camp experience on the shore of Cobbossee Stream in West Gardiner, Maine. This is a special place, easily accessible to Maine’s population centers, yet it offers the solitude and relaxation of a much more remote location. The Wakefield family enjoyed these cabins for over 100 years and we are pleased to share the camp experience with the community and visitors to Maine.
We will accept reservations for a minimum seven-night stay during the 2019 rental season: July 1 through October 31. Later this spring, we anticipate opening reservations for two to six night stays.
There will be two cabins available for rent. Each cabin sleeps a maximum of six adults (two full-size beds available; bring air mattresses or sleeping pads for additional guests; all guests should bring sleeping bags or linens). The cabins are only accessible by foot, about a quarter mile walk on a camp road from a small parking area (2 cars per cabin maximum); carts will be provided for hauling your gear. The cabins have kitchens with hand pumped water (bring drinking water or be prepared to filter or treat water) and a gas range, composting toilets, a gas stove for heat (though cabins are not insulated), solar-powered lights, and porches overlooking the stream.
All revenue from the cabins will support the long-term maintenance of the Wakefield Wildlife Sanctuary, KLT programming including future workshops with guest artists, writers, and scientists, and the Kennebec Land Trust’s goals to protect wildlife habitat and water quality, provide low-impact recreation opportunities, and preserve local heritage and culture.