The Bemsis Cabin
This two room cabin sits beside the shore. There is a large airy and light bedroom with windows that reveal a panoramic view of the pond. Rock in the rocking chairs by the wood fire or out on the porch and watch woodland creatures and birds play in the firs out of the windows on the side of the cabin. There are two twin beds in the bedroom that can be converted to a king size bed. There is a futon(with slumberest mattress) that converts into a full size bed in the main living area. It is one of the original structures cabins built by Mose Duty. Bemsis is the Abenaki word for "Little" this cabin was named the Wee House by former camp owners George and Louise Dulac.