Steeped with history and tradition starting in the 1930’s to modern times, the Greenland Point Camps has always been part of the area located on Long Lake in Princeton, Maine. Offering over sixty acres with 3600’+ of lake frontage, access to Big Lake, West Grand, Grand Lake Stream, Lewey Lake, and the St. Croix River. Some of the log cabins were built in the 1930’s, plus newer cabins as time moved forward with the University of Maine ownership from 1959 to 2005. A year round main lodge built in 1981+-, plus a modern bathhouse with updated septic system for the property. The facility has sixteen buildings plus the main lodge which It is currently being used as an outdoor summer adventure camp for children and as a winter conservation camp. Located in an area renown for environmental and outdoor education, sporting traditions, conservation lands, plus recreational adventures has been heated during the winter months at various times. The peninsula has a mature forest canopy with trails that are abundant with wildlife, waterfowl, and birds. The waterfront offers swimming, boating, and fishing. Greenland Point Center is a unique setting in a natural habitat for wildlife with a healthier lifestyle for the human spirit.
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Route 1 Princeton to West Street, take a right onto Greenland Point Road, turn right at sign onto University of Maine Forest Road to end.