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Historic Pittston Farm, just north of Rockwood, Maine offers great family vacation packages with snowmobiling, fishing, hunting, or just relaxing.


Can’t be this remote without access to fuel.

Homemade Food

We pride ourselves in making everything in house. From our delicious breads and rolls to our amazing pies and desserts.  Not to mention we even make our own sausage and burger.

Stop in for a meal…trust me you won’t be disappointed.

Cozy Cabins & Lodging

Whether you choose to stay in our 1907 lodge, our carriage rooms, or our rustic cabins.  We have something for everyone!


It doesn’t get any better than snowmobiling in the western mountains of Maine.

We personally groom over 100 miles of trails, that connect to Jackman, Rockwood, Chesuncook Lake House, and Millinocket.  Our trails are known to be some of the best in the entire state. The groomer drives directly in front of our rooms and lodge.

We are able to set up snowmobile rentals for your visit as well.


Whether you are looking to hunt grouse, moose, deer, coyote, or even bear, you are at the right spot.  We are located within 329,000 acres of conservation easement lands that is at your access

Every year there are many trophy animals harvested from this area.

We do have guides available for just about everything.  Just let us know what you are looking for and we surely will get things set up for you.  



Congratulations to all who were drawn for moose permits this year.  Whether you are hunting in Sept, Oct, or November hunts, it’s surely to be an expierence you will never forget. And we hope to be a part of it.  We offer a wide variety of accomodations. From our historic lodge rooms, traditional hotel style rooms, cabins, as well as a campground.

We are a tagging station and have state certified scales to weigh your trophy.  Our restaurant will be opening early for hunters and staying open later than normal as well.  Don’t forget we now have our liquor license… Because you will need to celbrate after!!!


Located on the confluence of the North & South Branches of the Penobscot river….it doesn’t getting any better.

Brook trout are abundant in these water areas.  Each year 18″-22″ brookies are caught directly out front.  These fish are 100% native as well.  There are no stocking programs up here.


I’m not sure if there is any better place to be able to sit and relax. Whether it is by the river or a campfire, there is something for everyone.

Our sites all have power 24/7.  There is water available to fill your holding tanks on your way in and a dump station to use prior to leaving.

We offer daily, weekly rates. Not to mention, our seasonal rate is only $1400.00 for the year.

Contact Us

Location & Details


53 Pittston Farm Rd Rockwood, ME 04478



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Terry Pelicci SutkowskiDrove the back roads out of Rockwood yesterday . Went 3/4 of the way up 20 mile rd. passed Demo Rd. and Toe of the Boot rds. All were in good condition. Beautiful country!! We were hoping to see a moose!! No luck1 week ago   ·  3
Bob PelletierWife and I Was up there last weekend. Couple bad areas in the Tomhegan area about a half mile stretch Other wise pretty good shape. We did the loop up thru Canada falls then up to the dole pond area on the so. Boundary Road. Back to seboomook campground. Hell of a good day !1 week ago   ·  10
Dawn BrunelleWe were up there for 4th of July and they were ok......Granted that was almost 2 months ago! We love that area;1 week ago   ·  1
Kevin AshlineWe've been up the last two weekends. The road is fine except for that stretch Kathy Howard mentioned.1 week ago   ·  1
Kathy HowardI was out on Monday to go to the dump and 3 mile section on the Northern Road (20 mile) is full of pot holes! Discusting! This section is from the Tomhegan Road up to Toe of the Boot / Demo Road turn off. We call it No Mans Land or the Merrill Mile !!! Because no one has the responsibility or the money to maintain it. The County or Plum Creek is not liable for this section of the road. This spring I think the Greenhill men was nice enough to try to grade the mud and holes. Thank you, Robert Greenhill. Toe of the Boot did it for a few years trying to get the county to take it over, but did not prevail. When we lived here full time my husband Stephen Howard graded the road so we would not destroy our equipment. Hardly ever got a thank you. So it would be nice if the county would reconize this section of road which provides access to the North Maine Woods, which is needed for toursism & business survial .in this area Wake up Maine! Government1 week ago
Marena Owens SchultzRose do you remember earing at the Pittston farm ?1 week ago

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Well, we thought we had the positions filled, but it didn't two full time positions are still available.

But let me clarify a few things.
Yes it is a cooks position, however... yes you will be asked to clean, wait on customers and whatever else it takes. Our menu is not difficult it is down-home, made from scratch cooking. Yes some cooking experience would be great however I can teach anyone to cook but I can't teach someone a personality, that is what matters the most. The ability and willingness to realize that we will do whatever we can to make a customer happy is what we need!! Not to mention we have to have fun!!!
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Karla BoutinOmg I so wish lol2 weeks ago   ·  1
MattandEmily KatzOh I'd loooove to. Two teenage girls would not love me so much tho. ;-) Maybe if you have an opening in 5-6yrs....2 weeks ago   ·  1
Brandt A McCollettFull time year round?2 weeks ago
Amber Theriault BarkerWhat if the couple interested had a dog? Could the dog go too?2 weeks ago
Karl HartleyMay I say my older brother cherished that job and the people he worked with and the people he worked for ( campers, fishermen, hunters etc.) He loved that job from day one till the day health problems finally slowed him down to the point he could not do the job up to his liking. I will tell you that he enjoyed cooking and interacting with customers it was the most fulfilling job he ever had. The years he spent up there were eventful and meaningful and were some of his best years of his life. It does take a special person to do that job but it is an experience of a lifetime that awaits the person who accepts the invitation. The people you cook for and interact with will give you the greatest rewards. Friendships and experiences of a lifetime.2 weeks ago   ·  4
Starley MoffittAnd the therapy is free of charge!!2 weeks ago   ·  2
Heather PetersonAmanda!2 weeks ago   ·  1
Jason JacksonI would love this, but the travel distance would be too much1 week ago
Juli A KimballEver thought about calling Chad Hartley Kelvins son???2 weeks ago

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September moose hunt update!!!

We had a guide and his client renting a cabin and unfortunately the client has canceled.
Therefore I now have a cabin available that sleeps up to 5 people. It has a private bathroom and shower, as well as Dish TV (mostof the time..we are very remote and technology is difficult at times)
The rate $ 120 a night for 2 people and $5 per night for each extra person.
This won't be available long...give me a call or send us a message and we can get it set aside for you!!
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Sandra HebertSept 25,26 and 27th , 2015' Two adults could you send prices on cabins . Thank you Christopher Sandra Hebert2 weeks ago

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Looking for snow??? Really?

Now guys...yes I have posted Pittston Farm gets snow early and that it won't be long ....butttttttt August 10th??
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Don MartinJust looking for a place to dump that junk :)3 weeks ago   ·  10
Sean HarrisGot her all mired up late season just gettin her back3 weeks ago   ·  4
Adam Duguayhes just camping out waiting for Dec 15th. Wan ts to get a good parking spot before it fills up3 weeks ago   ·  3
Reed P. GagnonBeautiful MAINE ! !3 weeks ago   ·  2
Richie DrownNever know when it comes to Maine haha3 weeks ago   ·  2
Jake CoxTo funny!!!3 weeks ago   ·  2
Dan FitzgeraldSometimes you need both!3 weeks ago   ·  1
Josh VerrillProlly just stole it3 weeks ago   ·  1
Anthony CapisceOn a mission3 weeks ago   ·  1
Reed P. GagnonMy grandparents worked at gates there years ago - James & Winifred Levasseur.3 weeks ago   ·  1

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