Experience a Maine Adventure

Welcome to the Lugdon Lodge!

Lugdon Lodge is a family owned and operated four season lodge offering guided hunting, children's adventure camps and cabin rentals. Come experience Maine, the way life should be!


Family Dogsledding Adventure

This year has been tough. Finding the perfect outdoor family adventure doesn’t have to be! A weekend Dogsledding Adventure 2021 at the lodge can provide a safe getaway with a once in a lifetime experience. Arrive Friday afternoon and stay until Sunday evening. Your family/group have a clean, private cabin where you can make your own meals and warm up in between adventures. The only contact you have with others is outside, socially distanced, while we guide you on Dogsledding Adventures!! Other guided winter activities are also available. Weekend Dogsledding Adventures start at $650 for 4 people. We follow and enforce all state and CDC guidelines concerning safe gatherings.

Who is ready for Summer Adventures!!!

Sly Brook Adventures is now the Non-Profit 501(c)(3) side of Lugdon Lodge! The campers this summer will be our first Sly Brook Adventurers! Who is ready for a week of adventures making memories that last a lifetime?

There are still openings for:

Adventure week – July 14-19 – full of archery, fly fishing, kayaking, mountain climbing and more! ($300)

All Aboard Allagash Adventure – July 21-26 – 2 days at the Lodge and 3 days in the Allagash Wilderness Waterways! ($400)



Acting Out – July 7-12, 2019

Lugdon Adventure – July 14-19, 2019

All Aboard Allagash Adventure – July 21-26, 2019

Click on Adventure Camps at the top of this page for more details!

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Junior Mushing Adventure!

TWO FULL DAYS of dog sledding at Lugdon Lodge over February School Vacation!

Space is limited to 4 campers per session. Beginners Welcome. Three sessions available.

For more information about the Junior Mushing Adventure, click on Dogsledding above or Call Marion at 207=444=4557!

Registrations are Due February 4th.


Charlotte J Lugdon (1)
Gram, known to some as Charlotte Jane (Clark) Lugdon who was born on June 5, 1923 in Burlington, ME to Edgar and Pamelia (Page) Clark passed from this world on December 10, 2018.
Gram lived most of her adult life in Kenduskeag after attending East Corinth Academy – Class of 1941.
To say she was active at the Kenduskeag Union Church is an understatement. Well into her 90’s she sat at the door during suppers and provided many items for the craft fair as an active member of the Willing Workers. In her younger years she taught Sunday School and directed the Samaritan Food Cupboard.
Gram could whip up a doily or dishcloth in no time and when she was at the Lodge, she was often found on the porch of the main camp in the afternoon with her crochet hook and yarn. Her gifts of knit and crocheted crafts and handwritten cookbooks are cherished by family and friends. In the Fall on Sunday evenings, hunters are treated to her special Zucchini Casserole.
Gram enjoyed substitute teaching at MSAD 64 (laughing when she recalled a student calling her an old blue-haired goat), writing town fire permits (and chasing fires with her husband), cooking at the Lodge and with grandchildren, fishing for muskies and tagging deer.
She loved a good joke or story (even a few that were off-color). Her memory and wit were sharp and Gram enjoyed retelling her favorites.
Once in a while, Gram would sip on a toddy in the evenings, and she especially loved the lemonade she had on the Fourth of July sitting at the pond in West Corinth.
Gram joined her husband George M. Lugdon, four sisters – Elizabeth, Pricilla, Margaret and Dena, and special friends Donna Townsend (you might remember the times she and Gram cooked together at the Lodge) in heaven, saying she knew they were waiting for her. She is survived by her daughter Margaret “Sis” Call, sons Ernest Lugdon and wife Linda, and Edgar Lugdon and wife Marion. Her legacy includes 10 grandchildren, 19 great grandchildren, and 4 great great grandchildren.
Charlotte will be fondly remembered and loved by all who call her Gram.
A celebration of Gram’s amazing 95 years will be held December 22, 2018 at 10am at Kenduskeag Union Church. In lieu of flowers, please consider a donation to Willing Workers of Kenduskeag Union Church, PO Box 271, Kenduskeag. ME 04450

Summer Adventures Begin Soon!

Acting Out – July 8-13

Ben Regan is back again this summer with his original show – Under the Shadow of the Moose.


Lugdon Adventure – July 15-20

AT and Archery Addictions will be here with their archery equipment! Of course we will be hiking, climbing, swimming and kayaking too!


Deboullie Adventure – July 22-27

Campers spend a night or two at the Lodge then head for the North Maine Woods for a few nights of camping out, hiking, climbing, kayaking and more.


All camps are $300 and we still have a few Summer 18 scholarships available. More details on the Summer Adventure Page.



2012 07 22 0003Acting Out – July 9-14, 2017

Campers 8-18 will audition, rehearse and perform an original comedy titled “A History of the World” by Ben Regan!  Campers will also participate in many traditional summer camp activities such as KAYAKING, MOUNTAIN CLIMBING, SWIMMING, FIELD GAMES and, of course, CAMPFIRES and too many S’MORES!!


Deboullie Adventure – July 16-21, 2017

Campers 10-18 will spend two nights at Lugdon Lodge on Eagle Lake learning outdoor survival skills such as building and cooking on campfires, wilderness first aid and practicing compass skills.  Then campers will head into the North Maine Woods to spend two to three nights near the base of Deboullie Mountain.  While in the Woods, campers will climb Deboullie, hike trails, fish, kayak, canoe, cook over campfires and eat too many S’MORES!!


Lugdon Adventure – July 23-28

Campers 8-18 will spend the week participating in many outdoor adventures, including  kayaking, swimming, and weather permitting, a day in the North Maine Woods climbing Deboullie Mountain or kayaking at the base.  A.T. and Lisa from Archery Addictions in PA will be joining us again this summer to provide professional archery instruction!  Days will be full of adventure and evenings will be spent by the lake enjoying too many S’MORES!!DSC_0242

Forms for Adventure Camping

Acting Out and Lugdon Adventure campers and their parents should be able to access and print out these forms to bring to camp Sunday July 10 for Acting Out and Sunday July 17 for Lugdon Adventure!

Enrollment Forms available by following this link


Packing List available by following this link





Liam Lozier has won the campership raffle!  This raffle was used to grow our own scholarship fund as well as helped with MSAD 27 elementary school fundraising.

There are still openings for both Acting Out July 10-15 and Lugdon Adventure July 17-22!  Call today to join us for a summer you will never forget!


Spring Fever Adventure!

Spring Fever is almost here!!  Campers will audition, rehearse and perform THE SWORD CALLED EXCALIBUR with Children’s Stage Adventures!  Campers will also hike, craft, bike, eat s’mores around campfires and climb mountains with Lugdon Adventure staff.  A.T. from Archery Addictions in Pennsylvania will be here with bows, arrows and targets for campers to practice their archer skills!

Camp is $300 per person.  Registrations are due now!  Call, email or message us on Facebook for more details!


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