Awakening to the call of loons and ending your days with beautiful sunsets. Enjoy afternoon sun from our west facing cottage. The cottage on the lake on Not-A-Pine is a family treasure enjoyed by generations. Nestled in the woods at the end of the road, the cottage surrenders to relaxing water views on the east shore of the lake. Set back from the edge of the lake by approximately 60 feet, with 150 feet of your own private shore-front, swimming can be enjoyed right in front of the cottage. There is a dock where you can "park" your boat, fish, or launch a kayak. Plus you have access to a swim float!
No cable, no internet access... this is the opportunity to spend quality time hanging out with family and friends. The living room overlooks the lake where you can have a fire in the fireplace, read, relax, and play board games. The cottage sleeps six people; the master bedroom has a double bed, the second bedroom has a set of twins, and a there is a futon in the living room. There is a newly remodeled full bath. You can enjoy your meals inside or outside the cottage on the deck, with a full kitchen and gas grill to make dining enjoyable for everyone. See you at the lake :)
Quietly situated between the advantages of Augusta and the incredible coastlines of the mid-coastal region of Maine, the China Lake region keeps hustle and bustle at a calm and cool level. This is an exceptionally tranquil area of Maine with rolling hills, picturesque farms, crystal clear lakes, ponds and streams, and bustling small towns. Fishing is excellent in the China Lakes region where you can fish for landlocked salmon, small mouth bass and white perch.
A bit of folklore is the "Indian Heart Rock," or "Sacred Heart," that is carved near the base of a boulder on the shore in South China. Legend has it that an Indian carved the heart into the stone out of the tribes religious devotions so that it would last through the ages. Other outdoor fun off the lake includes hiking, biking, picnicking, white water rafting, antiquing, and sightseeing along Maine's historic, picturesque country roads.+ More