Located on Georgetown Island and accessible by car, this is the only waterfront, self-service facility on the Maine Coast operated by the Appalachian Mountain Club. Knubble Bay Camp (KBC) has a post-and-beam cabin with spectacular views of the water, two decks and indoor sleeping areas for up to 15 people. For renters who prefer to sleep outdoors, there is a pair of tent platforms and ample open space around the cabin. Stairs lead to a beach where it is possible to launch or tie up boats for the evening.
KBC is completely off the grid with solar powered lights, propane refrigerator, propane oven/stove, and a composting toilet. The kitchen is stocked with all the necessary utensils. Water jugs with spigots are provided to get fresh potable water from the outside well with a hand pump. A wood stove provides warmth and ambiance. Sleeping arrangements include a main floor room with a double bed and upper bunk, open area on second floor with 9-10 cots with mattresses, and two futon couches in common area. KBC is a carry in/carry out facility and sorry, no pets.
KBC is rented to one group at a time and is reserved for their exclusive use. Parking, fresh water, and the boat launch are for the exclusive use of cabin renters and Beal Island campsite renters. Unlike other AMC facilities, KBC is not open to day visitors.
Make Knubble Bay Camp your special getaway experience!
Use AMC’s on-line reservation system to book your stay at the Knubble Bay Camp cabin.
Whether you are a kayaker or not, there are plenty of activities to enjoy near KBC.
If you have a rental a reservation for the cabin, please read this to prepare for your Knubble Bay Camp experience. We suggest that you print a copy of these instructions and bring them with you.