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The Last Resort is a "destination," and many visitors never leave the area encompassing the cabins, tent sites, lake and surrounding forest. All-day trips can be taken down the lake or up the Moose River by canoe, affording the voyager with unique opportunities for fishing and viewing wildlife. There are many walking trails surrounding the main camps which can be traveled in less than an hour. For those who want to venture further out on foot, the road to town is six miles through the forest; there are also other trails which can take all day to explore.

Many of our visitors are here to enjoy the lake and stream fishing and spend all of their time in the pursuit of Brook Trout and Small Mouth Bass. Others find that there is no end to their picture taking opportunities, from plants and insects to birds and mammals such as otters, beaver, deer and moose. Children love to capture our "catch and release" frogs, and the frogs look forward to it also. We also have persistent chipmunks who love peanuts and won't take "no" for an answer.

For other campers, The Last Resort affords the opportunity to explore an area which is rich in history and unique in culture. Route 201 is a designated "scenic highway" and was the historical route between southern Maine and Quebec, Canada. The city of Quebec, on the St. Laurence River, makes for a memorable day trip from The Last Resort. Please note that passports are required for Canadian travel. Within an hour's ride are also two historical society museums worthy of visits.

Jackman/Moose River has a nine hole golf course, two tennis courts, and seaplane rides are available in town. For those eager to explore hiking opportunities, there are several trails of varying difficulty within 45 minutes of the camps. There are also several white-water rafting companies at The Forks, a half-hour south of Jackman.

Also for the adventurous type is the Moose River Bow trip, a 3-day trip via canoe which can be started and finished at our camps. As mentioned before, there is no limit to the adventure that can be had by canoe, including camping out for a night at a remote site several miles down the lake.

In the town of Jackman, there are a few gift shops and several eateries & pubs.


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