Look out the window and see seals playing in the bay or sit on the porch and listen to the osprey. You don’t need to leave this beautiful waterfront property to enjoy Mid-Coast Maine. But if you do, you can go by canoe, kayak, bicycle or car to discover nearby bays, beaches, and islands. Learn more.
April 30, 2023- October 16, 2023
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Get off the grid and immerse yourself in the unique beauty of Mid-Coast Maine at Knubble Bay Camp.
Knubble Bay Camp is an oceanfront post-and-beam cabin with sleeping areas for up to 15 people. The camp is rented to one party at a time. Sleeping arrangements include an accessible room with a double bed and upper bunk, an open area on the second floor with nine cots, and two futon couches in the common area.
Knubble Bay Camp is completely off the grid, with solar powered lights, propane refrigerator, propane oven/stove, and a composting toilet. The self-service kitchen is stocked with all the necessary utensils. There is no electricity.
Water jugs with spigots are provided to get fresh potable water from the outside well with hand pump. There is an outdoor shower stall, but the camp does not have running water, so please plan to bring a portable camp shower. A wood stove provides warmth and ambiance, and firewood is provided.
Knubble Bay Camp is a carry-in, carry-out facility. No supplies, such as toilet paper and dish soap, will be there when you arrive, and we ask that guests not leave anything behind.
The camp is located at 144 Jewett Road, Georgetown, Maine. Follow US Rt.1 through Bath across the Kennebec River Bridge. Just beyond the bridge, turn right onto Rt. 127 (towards Reid State Park). Proceed 5.8 miles to Robinhood Road. Take a left onto Robinhood Road, proceed 1 mile, and turn left onto Webber Road. Follow Webber Road 1.2 miles and turn right onto Jewett Road. Follow Jewett Road, turning right at each fork, approximately 0.6 miles, and then turn left at the AMC Knubble Bay Camp sign.
Paddle to Beal Island, less than a nautical mile mile from Knubble Bay Camp. A trail circumnavigates the island, revealing breathtaking views of the rocky coastline, as well as old stone foundations from long-ago residents. Beal Island is part of the Maine Island Trail, a 375-mile recreational water trail that extends the length of Maine’s coast.
AMC has a long-standing commitment to using its huts, lodges, and sporting camps as models for sustainable operations and environmental stewardship. Knubble Bay Camp is completely off-grid, with solar-powered lights and a composting toilet.