From the magnificent and historic early 1800's post and beam barn, exclusive farmhouse apartments, loft and lake front cottage to 1,000's of feet of our private shore frontage on two ponds and almost 900 acres of woodlands, streams, fields and mountains available for secluded exploring and camping, the amenities are simply unequaled. All residences have been renovated to current standards including new low-E argon filled windows, both foam and blown insulation and efficient gas heating and EPA rated airtight wood stoves & fireplace inserts.
Clemons Pond Farm is nestled in the foothills of the White Mountains, just an hour from Portland and 30 minutes from the White Mountain National Forest, Kancamagus Scenic Highway, numerous ski areas and tax-free outlet shopping, breweries and more in North Conway, NH, and the Shawnee Peak ski area in Bridgton, ME.
We're only minutes away from so much.... Brownfield offers the renowned Stone Mountain Arts Center- you would never imagine this phenomenal barn and dinner music venue is in the woods just up the road http://www.stonemountainartscenter.com/ArtsCenter/event-calendar.html the gorgeous Burnt Meadow Mountain hiking trail, and excellent Trip Advisor 4 star rated dining at the Back Burner restaurant http://www.thebackburner.net and about the best
country breakfast/lunch cafe at Brandie's on Depot street, where you can find "Maine's Best" brand coffee. In Cornish there are the antique shops and excellent restaurants - 4.5 and 4 star Trip Advisor-rated Krista's http://kristasrestaurant.com, Bay Haven Lobster Pound http://www.bayhavenlobsterpound.com, all summer long Saco River Music Festival http://www.sacoriverfestival.org/concert_schedule.htm and Apple Acres, featuring a u-pick fruit farm, gourmet food & gift store, cafe, yoga and annual bluegrass festival http://appleacresfarm.com/ Hiram hosts both the Ossipee Valley Fair http://www.ossipeevalleyfair.com and Ossipee Valley Music Festival http://www.ossipeevalley.com opportunities for horseback riding lessons at Wild Iris Equestrian Center https://www.wildirisequestriancenter.com/lessons and the best Shaine's of Maine downeast treats at the Route 160 Ice Cream stand. Fryeburg hosts the (world?) famous Fryeburg Fair http://www.fryeburgfair.org excellent dining at the renowned Oxford House, 302 West,Fryeburg House of Pizza/Top of the 9th, Saco River Brewery, and more. There are choices of lazy canoe or tubing trips down the Saco river from Fryeburg to Hiram or the rougher stuff south of the falls! Check out some of the great local outfitters at http://www.sacorivercanoe.com/sacoriv.htm or http://www.riverruncanoe.com
Mountain bike rentals and excursions are also available in nearby Parsonsfield with the fine outfitters of Back Country Excursions http://www.bikebackcountry.com
Within easy reach for the golfers there is Province Lake Golf Club in Parsonsfield ME, https://www.provincelakegolf.com/ Indian Mound in Center Ossipee NH, http://www.indianmoundgc.com/ and Bridgton Highlands Country Club http://bridgtonhighlands.com/ in Bridgton, ME.
This is just a mild sampling of the many nearby treasures to be discovered and explored. Welcome to our farm, enjoy.
The bubbling brook tumbles dramatically down the mountain turning just behind the farmhouse before splitting the fields and finally reaching the ponds. There are several miles of private logging roads and paths to explore for hiking and biking along with expansive views of the lakes, fields and foothills of the White mountains, as well as access to all our private and unfettered shoreline on both of the Clemons ponds. The farm's pristine acreage is yours for almost any outdoor activity you can imagine. Astronomy buffs should take note that its pretty darn dark out here at night -you will be happy.!
For those looking for tasty treats while exploring on-site we also have our own huge private organic blueberry field for your pickings just a meadow walk away!
Please note that residence leases end or renew on May 31 of each year. Camping by permission and reservation only.
Notch Rd, Hiram, ME 04041