Photos and Description of this 4 bedroom holiday lodge in Millinocket - Ambajejus Lake Lodge
4 bedroom, 2 bathroom, lake front property
Ambajejus Lodge is located on the shores of Spencer Cove in Ambajejus Lake. This 2900 sq ft lodge has 3 bedrooms each with queen beds, and 1 bedroom with two twin beds. We have 2 full baths, one at each end of the lodge. There is a lake front living room perfect for bird watching, and a Golden Road side living room, with dining and office space. Connecting the two living rooms is a great room with 54' flat screen TV, there are two futons in this room and a large sectional sofa available for guests as well. There is also an enclosed porch off of the great room lined with cedar, with an electric fireplace. The Golden Road Living room also has a 42' flat screen TV. The lodge is equipped with Direct TV. Each one of the living rooms also has a gas fireplace. In the event of a power outage, the lodge is equipped with a backup generator, that is fully automated. The outdoor area has a horseshoe pit, and fire pit. The lawn is spacious and flat, and the property is bordered for privacy on either side with fencing.
- Events Allowed
- Minimum Age Limit for Renters
- children welcome
- non smoking only
- pets considered
- wheelchair accessible
About Melissa Osborne
We are life long Mainers growing up on the coast in Bucksport, Maine. I attended school at the University of New England, and went on to graduate school at the University of Maine in Orono. I work as a scientist at The Jackson Lab in Bar Harbor, and my husband works as a builder in the Bucksport area. We share our home with our two St. Bernards, and one Newfoundland. We are adventurists and we love the outdoors and in particular the fun that Northern Maine has to offer.
Melissa Osborne purchased this lodge in 2001
Why Melissa Osborne chose Millinocket
Our family would often summer at Jo-Mary Lake Campground, this is where we fell in love with the Millinocket Region. In 2001, the opportunity to purchase Ambajejus Lodge came along and we jumped on it. It has been a special place for making memories for our family. My husband and I are avid hikers and we were married at Pamola Peak on Mt. Katahdin in 2004. We continue to hike all over Baxter State Park every year. The lodge held a special place in my dad's heart, it was his pride and joy. He loved to have guests up to camp, and there was always room for many. He passed away in September of 2013, but he always wanted to be at camp. He loved to take our guests on a party boat tour of Ambajejus Lake. Those who come here to play, to relax and to unwind should know they will always have a kindred spirit watching over them. We have had weddings, family reunions, receptions, Thanksgivings, Christmases and Easters all at camp and each one is a special memory. The lake takes hold of your soul and brings you peace, and we have found it a great comfort throughout our lives.
What makes this lodge unique
One of the nicest things about this property is the vast amount of space both inside and out it has to offer. We have had as many as 14 people staying at camp with us and there is never a time when it felt crowded. It offers privacy both inside and out, and there is nothing finer than getting up before everyone else and grabbing a cup of coffee and sitting on the dock.