and Cabins is a traditional lakefront Maine Vacation Lodge
located 65 miles north of Bangor. The Nicatous lake
region is home to 34 miles of winding shores and
sheltered coves, 76 unsettled islands and sandy
beaches, as well as 20,000 acres of woodlands. With
a history that began in the 1880's when logging
families owned the islands and camps on Nicatous
Lake, the region remains, to this day, a destination
of pristine waters, recreation and solitude.
rightful name of Nicatous is Kiasobeak, "Clear Water
Lake," a perfect description of these waters,
endlessly refreshing to the mind, body, and spirit.
We are confident that you will find the beautiful
waters, surrounding islands, and peaceful woods and
trails at Nicatous Lodge and Cabins as special as we
do. Join us and experience the peace, quiet, and
solitude for yourself.
The Nicatous Lodge is pleased to recommend registered Maine
Guide and author of A Fisherman's Guide to Maine, Kevin Tracewski for your
next Maine fishing adventure.