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Book Eco-Cabin 1 (featured on Maine Cabin Masters)
Book Eco-Cabin 2 (renovated by Maine Cabin Masters).
Tucked among mature pine and hemlocks, projecting out over the edge of Cobbossee Stream, the Wakefield Wildlife Sanctuary offers visitors an escape to nature in the Maine woods. While the setting feels remote, it is remarkably central to many of Maine’s most popular attractions.
Recently renovated by Maine Cabin Masters, the Eco-Cabins are professionally and artfully crafted.
Cobbossee Stream is famous for its fishing, and at more than sixty feet deep it makes for wonderful swimming and recreation.
The cabins are self-service and require a short hike from the parking area (luggage cart provided).
**Please book now to take advantage of our inaugural season nightly rates.** Kennebec Land Trust members receive an additional 10% of booking fees.
This property is managed by the Kennebec Land Trust, a non-profit land trust. They can be reached at email@example.com.
The Wakefield Wildlife Sanctuary was generously bequeathed to the Kennebec Land Trust in November 2016 upon owner Kendra Wakefield Shaw’s passing. Its 113 acres feature historic cabins and 4,000 feet of frontage on Cobbossee Stream in West Gardiner. The property’s coniferous and deciduous woods, vernal pools, and wetlands are important habitat for many species of birds, mammals, and plants.
The Wakefield family enjoyed these cabins for over a hundred years, and we are pleased to share the experience with both the local community and visitors to Maine.
All revenue from cabin rentals will support the long-term maintenance of the Wakefield Wildlife Sanctuary; KLT programming, including future workshops with guest artists, writers, and scientists; and KLT’s goals of protecting wildlife habitat and water quality, providing low-impact recreation opportunities, and preserving local heritage and culture.