to Kennebec Riverside Cabins...in the center of all your outdoor adventures.
Spend your next vacation on the doorstep to the Maine wilderness.
Create your own adventure. Raft, canoe or kayak, hike, bike,
ATV, fish, hunt, rock climb,
or just escape to the beauty of Maine. The cabins are central
to outdoor adventures and also to destinations such as Greenville,
Rangeley, and Jackman. A short walk or drive takes you to the
general store, restaurants, and pubs. Each cabin sits high on
the water’s edge, just below the confluence of the Kennebec
and Dead Rivers. There is a special energy from the river’s
flow here which can be felt from each cabin’s private
deck. Watch the rafts and kayaks float by, a fisherman cast
a fly, or the eagles soar!
Paddle! The Forks, Maine is known as the whitewater
capital of the east. For adventurous spirits, the Kennebec and
Dead Rivers offer exciting, world class whitewater. For milder
spirits, Moxie Lake and the lower Kennebec River offer relaxing,
Snowmobile! Oops, sorry. The cabins are no longer open in the winter, but come enjoy the spring, summer, and fall fun instead!
Hike! Trails lead to the peaks of Coburn
Mountain at 3700', and Mosquito Mountain at 2200', Moxie Mountain
at 2900'. All provide breathtaking views. Other interesting hikes
include Moxie Falls (the highest in Maine at 93'), Granny's Cap,
and Shutdown Mountain. The Appalachian Trail crosses Route 201
just eight miles south of K.R.Cabins. It leads east over Pleasant
Mountain at 2500', past the head of Moxie Lake, and up over Bald
Mountain at 2600' with many options for day hikes.
Bike! The area's numerous unused logging roads
offer many destinations for the mountain biker.
Climb! The cliff at "Joe's Hole" near the head
of Moxie Lake beckons rock climbers. Guided trips available at local outfitters.
Fish! The Kennebec River is thought to be the
finest wild trout fishery in the eastern U.S. You'll find brown
trout, rainbow trout, and landlocked salmon in its clear waters.
It is rumored that the best salmon fishing spots on the river used to be right in front of the cabins.
Local guides can be arranged to take you to other "secret" spots
- we can't give them away here!
Hunt! Sorry, cabins are no longer open for November hunting season.
ATV! There is ATV trail access directly across the street, with options
for trips towards Greenville, Jackman, Bingham, and more!
Sightsee/"Leaf Peep"! Route 201, leading to
K.R.Cabins, is as a National Scenic Byway. The climb through
mountains beside Wyman Lake and the Kennebec River begins at
Bingham and continues through The Forks to the Canadian Border.
The winding road is among the most scenic in Maine and the autumn
foliage is always spectacular!
Why choose Kennebec Riverside Cabins?
Heated, hot/cold running water, full indoor baths, fully furnished.
Kitchenettes with stove/oven, regrigerator, microwave, toaster, coffee maker, dishes & cookware.
TV/DVD players in each cabin.
Private decks overlooking the Kennebec River.
Private campfire areas beside each cabin.
Nearby store, restaurants & pubs.
Scenic & convenient location on U.S. Route 201 where two rivers meet.
ATV trail access across the street.
Central to outdoor adventures.
Nightly, weekly & monthly rates.
What the Guests Say...
"Thanks so much for the fine cabin and accommodations. We had a wonderful stay and the rafting was awesome!." The Crosses & Moshers
"Thank you so much! We loved the cabin, the view, the rafting, the rock-climbing and all the info you gave us. We hope to be back next year." The Norrmans
"We had a great hunting week! Thanks so much for the accommodations...it was perfect. See you next year." The Radwans
"Cabins are comfy and hospitable. Had a great weekend! Relaxing!" The Carrolls
"Thanks! This was definitely the cutest place we stayed all week!" The Morrisons
"Cabin was great and so was the snowmobiling. Thanks so much, hope to be up again soon!"
Melissa (Missy) Herrick,
Owner/Manager of K.R.Cabins,
Registered Recreational Maine Guide,
Retired Air Traffic Controller.