A TRADITION OF MAINE'S OUTDOOR ENTHUSIASTS
For generations, Pierce Pond has occupied a special place in the hearts of outdoor enthusiasts. The wild character, natural resources, and scenic beauty of the Pierce Pond Watershed are a Maine treasure.
CABINS AND MEALS
(Includes three full meals)
Daily - $180/person $350/couple
Weekly- $1,240/person $2,370/Couple
Children (3-12)- $100/person
Children (13-16)- $115/person
- 10% discount is available to all families during July and August
- Current tax on meals is 9%
- Gratuities are traditional. They average 15%
- Dogs (if you must) are $35 per day.
- Camps are closed Aug 6th through Aug 18th
- A $200 deposit is required with a new reservation.
NO CREDIT CARDS
PERSONAL CHECKS ACCEPTED
AVOID CHECKING-IN BETWEEN 11:30AM AND 1:30PM
$280 per day for fishing. A normal day would include guiding from after breakfast to around 5 pm. This would include a noon cookout if desired. Guiding beyond a normal day is $30 per hour. If you wish to fish in the evening hatches, it's recommended that the guide take some time off during the day.
All guiding is arranged through Cobb's Camps. Please be prepared to pay the guide individually. Guide's board is $25 per day and is collected by the camp.
BOATS & LICENSES
Boat, motor & gas - $60/day
Boats - $25/day
Motor - $40/day
Canoes and kayaks are complimentary for guests.
Season (16 and older) - $66
1 Day - $13
3 Day - $25
7 Day - $45
15 Day - $49
*Resident and non-resident licenses can be purchased at camp. You can also purchase your license by visiting www.mefishwildlife.com.
Cobbs Camp Road, New Portland, ME 04961
Summer: (207) 628-2819 Winter: (207)635-3637
Cobb's Camps from North New Portland
From most points south, drive via the Maine Turnpike, then I-95 to exit 130 at Waterville. Proceed on Route 139 to Norridgewock, on to Madison, through town, turn right to North Anson.
Then turn left onto Route 16 to North New Portland, where you will leave Route 16 and take the Long Falls Dam Road for 23.3 miles. At that point, turn right onto a gravel road. There is a sign, and it is 2.5 miles to the next intersection where you turn right, go 1.2 miles and turn left and follow the signs for 2.5 miles to our gate.
If you are traveling via Farmington, take Route 27 to New Portland and 146 to North New Portland. If you are coming via Bingham and Pleasant Ridge, you are on your own - there are no signs.
It is a good idea to call us from Pinkham's store in North Anson or Tindall's store (temporarily closed) in North New Portland so we know you are en route.
Cell phone service is not available at Pierce Pond. No wifi or internet service is provided.