The cabins at Fourth Debsconeag are cozy, charming, historic, and rustic.
All sit on or only steps away from the lake, where loon calls are often heard on summer nights. Each cabin is equipped for a comfortable multi-night stay. All of the DLWC cabins contain a small four burner propane stove with an oven and small broiler, a small propane refrigerator with a small freezer, a wood stove for supplemental heat, propane lights, and all of the necessary pots, pans, cooking utensils, dishes, and eating utensils. In addition each cabin is supplied with dish soap, a sponge, hand soap, a dish towel, and a roll of paper towels. There is running water in each cabin. All our water is potable and provided to each cabin through a state approved treatment system. Please note that there is no electricity in the cabins.
Beds and Linens: We will provide you a fitted sheet and a light quilt on your bed, as well as pillows with cases. We ask that all guests bring a sleeping bag or extra sheets if you would like them. Please reach out if you would like to know the size of the beds that are in your lodging, or if you have questions about what type of sleeping bag to bring. Please bring your own towels.
Restrooms: There are 6 privies on site which are cleaned daily, and all camps are within a short walk of them. They have no running water, so hands can be washed at our central lodge or back in your cabin.
Minimum Stay and Guests: Due to the remoteness of our camps, the minimum length of stay is two nights. We do not accept single reservations, only reservations for groups of two or more.
Guests should be aware that it is not unusual to encounter small furry friends (i.e. mice) in the cabins. We do our best to minimize the impact.