Full Service Winter/Spring Season Dates
December 28, 2017 – March 11, 2018
Full Service Summer/Fall Season Dates
May 10, 2018 – October 28, 2018
Our lodge is drive-in during summer and fall, and is accessible by ski or dogsled in winter.
Little Lyford Lodge & Cabins offers a spectacular location “off the grid” on 66,000 acres of forestland permanently conserved by AMC. The lodge is drive-in during the summer and fall, and accessible by ski or dogsled in winter.
Accommodations include nine individual private cabins sleeping 1-6 people, with a combination of doubles and bunk beds. Each cabin has a porch, a woodstove, and gas lamps for year-round use, as well as cold running water in during the summer and fall.
A separate, shared, co-ed bunkhouse can accommodate 12 guests.
The central bathhouse, conveniently located near the main lodge, has composting toilet and hot showers year-round, as well as a wood-heated sauna available in wintertime.
Pillows and blankets are provided, but guests must bring their own sheets or sleeping bag and a towel.
Little Lyford welcomes well-behaved dogs to stay in their owners’ cabin for a $10/night fee (fee excludes service dogs). Maximum of 2 dogs per cabin.
Check in: 3:00pm
Check out: 11:00am
Breakfast, lunch, and dinner are included in your nightly rate. You may wish to bring your own snack items. Guests are permitted to bring their own beer and wine. Alcohol should be consumed in a responsible manner.
Breakfast: Served family style at 8:00 AM sharp
Lunch: Made-to-order trail lunches are served after breakfast (submit your order the night before)
Dinner: Served family style at 6:00 PM sharp, includes soup, salad, entrée, dessert.
Please notify AMC Reservations if you have food allergies or any other dietary needs.
Guests can enjoy our comfortable lodge with fireplace and deck year-round. Our friendly staff is always available to assist you with trip planning, weather reports, and trail information.
In summer, complimentary canoes and kayaks are available for guest use at nearby Little Lyford Ponds and at several remote ponds, accessible by car. Fly fishing instruction is available by prior arrangement and fly rods may be rented at $25/stay (please request when making your reservation).
In winter, enjoy complimentary use of snowshoes and convenient access to our extensive trail network, connecting to Gulf Hagas, the Appalachian Trail, and to Gorman Chairback Lodge, Medawisla Lodge, and West Branch Pond Camp via the lodge-to-lodge trail network. A gear shuttle is available for those skiing lodge-to-lodge.
Dogs are welcome at Little Lyford Lodge & Cabins. Please notify AMC Reservations if you plan to bring your dog. There is a $10/night fee for pets staying in your cabin. Maximum of 2 dogs per designated dog-friendly cabin.
Please be respectful of other guests and observe quiet hours from 10:00 PM to 7:00 AM.
Alcoholic beverages are permitted, and should be consumed in a responsible manner.
Smoking or open flame are not allowed in or near any structure.
Down East Magazine
Maine Wilderness Lodges featured in Down East Magazine.
Little Lyford Lodge & Cabins awarded 2015 Certificate of Excellence from TripAdvisor
Little Lyford Lodge & Cabins featured in Boston Globe.
NHPTV Windows to the Wild
Little Lyford Lodge and Cabins featured in NHPTV
The New York Times
AMC’s Baker Mountain & Little Lyford featured in The New York Times.
Little Lyford Lodge and Cabins awarded 2017 Certificate of Excellence by Trip Advisor
Top Things to Do
Explore Gulf Hagas
Called the “Grand Canyon of the East,” Gulf Hagas rewards visitors with a series of breathtaking waterfalls. Hike or snowshoe to the rim, or cool off in a waterfall basin in the heat of summer.
Bring your Dog!
That’s right – you can take them with you. Little Lyford is dog-friendly. Bring your furry friend along on your vacation.
Enjoy the natural beauty and history of Moosehead Lake aboard a 1914 steamboat! The steamboat Katahdin offers a spacious decks with plenty of indoor and outdoor seating. Beverages, sandwiches and snacks are available from the working galley. Enjoy a discount on ticket purchases when you stay at one of our Maine Lodges!
What to Bring
The right clothing and gear are essential in the unpredictable weather of the Maine Woods. Even if it feels like summer during the day, it can be cold and winter-like once the sun goes down. Use our gear guides to make sure you’re packing everything you need for comfort and safety.
Blankets and pillows are provided at Little Lyford, but guests should plan to bring their own sheets/pillowcases or sleeping bags. We have hot showers year-round, so bring your towel and toiletries, and don’t forget your swimsuit if you’d like to use the sauna!
Little Lyford Lodge & Cabins
Greenville, ME 04441
NOTE: Satellite signal and cell phone reception are typically weak and unreliable in the Maine Woods, so we recommend that you do not rely on GPS Navigation devices to direct you to the lodge. Please click the “Driving Directions” button below to download and print our detailed instructions for getting to Gorman Chairback Lodge in summer and to the Winter Parking Lot in winter.
Emergency Contact, Road Conditions, Transportation
AMC Greenville Maine Office: 207-695-3085
Lodge Front Desk: 207-280-0708
AMC Reservations: 207-358-5187
Monday-Saturday, 9:00 AM-5:00 PM