Make your Visit Memorable
lived on these premises for thousands of years. Many of their artifacts and fireplaces have been found here, and the Maine State Museum has conducted archaeological digs on these grounds.
Ledge rocks on the opposite shore have Native American carvings (also called petroglyphs) said to be the best east of the Mississippi.
The image below was taken by the Maine State Museum after the rock etchings had been highlighted in chalk. Click on the image for a larger view.
Benedict Arnold’s men came up the Kennebec River on their way to Quebec and camped here at what is now the Evergreens Campground.
The Evergreens Campground is listed as a Historic Site and artifacts are on display in the restaurant (All artifacts found, are the property of The Evergreens).
Located on major ATV Trails.
ITS 84 and 87 trails at your door.
Ride from your camp!
Please review our Camp Policies
Ask about Canoe and Kayak rentals and our Shuttle Service to North Anson, Bingham or Madison.