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Browne's Grace Pond Camps

Browne's Grace Pond Camps are located on Grace Pond in Upper Enchanted township south of Jackman Maine

Browne's Grace Pond Camps are located on Grace Pond in Upper Enchanted Township south of Jackman Maine. Grace Pond is a one hundred sixty acre, forty foot deep spring fed native brook trout pond. Maine Fish and Wildlife rules governing Grace Pond are "Fly Fishing Only". Your camp has a propane gas refrigerator, gas kitchen stove and gas lights. There is a flush toilet and shower. Grace Pond Camps is "off the grid". There is no electricity. Grace Pond Camps offers fly fishing for brooktrout in the pond and fishing for brook trout and landlocked salmon in nearby Kennebec and Dead rivers. Grace Pond Camps are open through October for upland bird hunting. Please check our website for more details. "Browne's Grace Pond Camps.com"

  • Address 51 Burleigh Street
    Waterville, Maine 04901
  • Phone 207-877-9850
  • Website gracepondcamps.com
  • Payments Accepted cash and checks
  • Hours Grace Pond Camps are open from ice out (approximately May 10th) through October 31st.

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