Timberledge is a group of eight old-fashioned summer cabins nestled in a pine grove along the shore of Keyes Pond in the small town of Sweden, Maine and near the eastern edge of the White Mountains. Timberledge was started by a group of families who have been vacationing there for the last half century and who strive to retain its simple, quiet, and rustic atomosphere.
Keyes Pond is about one mile long and one-third mile wide, with most of the shoreline showing little sign of human development. The pond is lovely for swimming, fishing, and boating. Timberledge has a small sand beach as well as a rocky point next to the beach from which it is easy to swim to a wooden raft about 40 yards offshore. Timberledge has sunfish sailboats, kayaks, canoes, paddle boards, and a rowboat that are all available to guests free of charge. (Motorboats and personal watercraft are not permitted.) Keyes Pond is regularly home to families of loons whose eerie call is a haunting reminder of nature's mystery.
Timberledge's cabins were built in the 1950s and retain their rustic charm. Each cabin has a unique floor plan and is spaced a good distance for reasonable privacy from all other cabins. All cabins have direct views through the woods to the pond, shared access to the beach and rocky point area, and some have their own private access to the water. Every cabin at Timberledge has electricity and running hot and cold water. Each cabin has a kitchen, a bathroom with shower, a living room with fireplace and dining table, and one or more bedrooms. Firewood is stacked free of charge at each cabin.
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