Knubble Bay Camp

Look out the window and see seals playing in the bay, or sit on the porch and listen to the osprey. You needn’t set foot outside this beautiful coastal cabin to enjoy Mid-Coast Maine. If you do, go by canoe, kayak, bicycle or car to discover bays, beaches, and islands.

Contact Info:

144 Jewett Road, Georgetown, Maine 04548

Knubble Bay Camp

Knubble Bay Camp is an ocean front, post-and-beam cabin, with sleeping areas for up to 15 people. It is completely off the grid with solar powered lights, propane refrigerator, propane oven/stove, and a composting toilet. The kitchen is stocked with all the necessary utensils. No electricity or running water is available at the camp. Potable, fresh water is available at the hand pumped well, and a wood stove provides warmth and ambiance. Activities include hiking, biking, camping, and boating. Knubble Bay Camp is a carry-in, carry-out facility. No supplies (toilet paper, dish soap) will be there when you arrive, and none should remain after you leave.

 

Getting Here

The camp is located at 144 Jewett Road, Georgetown, Maine 04548. Follow US Rt.1 through Bath across the Kennebec River Bridge. Just beyond the bridge, turn right onto Rt. 127 (towards Reid State Park). Proceed 5.8 miles to Robinhood Road. Take a left onto Robinhood Road, proceed 1 mile, turn left onto Webber Road. If you have passed Robinhood Meeting House Restaurant, you have gone too far. Follow Webber Road 1.2 miles and turn right onto Jewett Road. Follow Jewett Road, turning right at each fork, approximately 0.6 miles turn left at the AMC KBC sign.

Come stay at Knubble Bay and experience Mid-Coast Maine.

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