The Sabotawan Maine Lodge
Completely private cabin (not shared). Inside enjoy the large kitchen, pantry, and dining area. Two back bedrooms follow a line off the back of the kitchen. The first bedroom, has two twin beds which are often made into a king, a desk by the window to write notes home on, and a large armoire and bureau. The second bedroom has two twin bunk beds, and a toddler bed. The Great Room with a gable window allows a perfect view of the evening sky and stars.. The great room is furnished with a large library, a futon that converts to a full size bed, two twins which convert to a king, and a large couch Also in the great room is a table which sits under the gas light, perfect for long nights of cribbage or yahtzee tournaments, or a monopoly game. On rainy days, take a trip down memory lane and dance to the music that emanates from the old Victrola, a remembrance of days long gone by or read a book from the expansive library. Your children may enjoy a rousing outside game of badminton, croquet, or Frisbee, all of which can be found inside the cabin game chest. Relax in a rocking chair by one of two woodstoves which keep the cabin warm on chilly days. Built in 1901 by 19 year old Mose Duty, a well known Maine Guide and brother to the legendary game warden and guide Bert Duty; the timbers from this cabin were hewn from the wild lands around Spencer Pond. The name Sabotawan comes from the Abenaki name for nearby Big Spencer Mountain and means "Drawstring end of the pack"