The best kept secret in the Moosehead Lake Region!

Whether you are coming to Maine to see it's beautiful mountains, fish in the many lakes or ponds, hunt it's big game, ride atv or snowmobiles or just sit on the pond shore and relax, Wilson Pond Camps is the place to be.

Our Cabins

Our Maine camps and cottages are unique, being the only local housekeeping cottages on crystal clear Wilson Pond.

Things to Do

Wilson Pond Camps and the Moosehead Lake Region, in the Maine Highlands offers countless activities for young and old alike.


The Moosehead Lake Region offers many scheduled events to enjoy during your vacation stay. Come join us and check them out!

Wilson Pond Camps

P.O. Box 875
Greenville, ME 04441
(207) 695-2860

Come and enjoy the peaceful waters, the calling of the
loons,the surrounding mountains and wildlife
at our lakeside Maine vacation cabin rentals.

The Moosehead Lake Region

This area is a destination of choice for not only nature lovers and those seeking to escape from the stress in their busy lives, but also for eco-tourists.

  • From Boston, MA 260 miles
  • From Providence, RI 300 miles
  • From Hartford, CT 355 miles
  • From NYC 480 miles
  • From Portsmouth, NH 205 miles


In 2018 Chris & Angie purchased Wilson Pond Camps from Bob & Martine Young who had owned the camps since they bought them in 1995. Chris & Angie hope to have as much success as Bob and Martine have had during their ownership and hope to create the same types of friendships with all the families and individuals that come to the camps.

Come celebrate your family vacation, honeymoon or romantic getaway in one of our seven housekeeping cottages. With 682 feet of lakefront shoreline, the cottages offer a peaceful and private setting.

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"Come once to Wilson Pond Camps, and you're sure to come again and again!!"

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