Treena’s Camp was built in the early 1900’s and generations of her family have been staying in the sweet little L-shape cottage on and off for just over a century. Undergoing many transformations over the years, the current incarnation is an open, light and airy space showcasing casual island elegance with off-grid living that is intrinsic to island life. The camp sits atop a small knoll with west facing, panoramic views of Penobscot Bay and the Camden Hills. It offers running cold water in the kitchen and solar power. Propane-apartment sized gas stove and refrigerator with a freezer compartment that actually makes ice! It has a two seater outhouse that in Treena’s own estimation is unparalleled in outdoor bathroom accommodations. There is a large deck on the back side of the camp with an outdoor sunshower attached where one can at once bathe and peer out at the islands strewn below. In addition to the two room camp there is a separate building called the bunkhouse which acts as a private bedroom and is furnished with a king sized bed and 2 small cots. The main cabin has a double bed and a futon and can accommodate 4 people. This camp will sleep a total of 8 comfortably between the two buildings.
Treena's Camp rents for $1400.00 per week.