Winter Directions to Parking Lot
To Ross Lake From Millinocket
I-95 North and Exit at the Medway/Millinocket Exit
Follow Route 11 West toward Baxter State Park…you will go thru the town of East Millinocket and then the town of Millinocket. Just after passing thru Millinocket you will see Katadin General Store and gas on your left side. This is the last chance for gas/bait/food/beer/general supplies before entering the woods. Be sure to zero out your tripometer at this store.
Continue on toward Baxter State Park (approx 8 – 10 miles) until you see a trading post on your right side and a sign for Katadin Air Service on your left (the road you are on here dead ends into a snow mobile trail). At the flying service sign turn left onto the road that is adjacent to you. This is the Golden Rd.
Continue West on the Golden Rd.past Abol Bridge and Chewonki Campground until your tripometer reads mile 27. Turn right here onto the Telos Rd. You will immediately be on Telos Bridge over the Penobscot River. Be sure to zero out your tripometer again here on the bridge.
Continue on the Telos. Pass the Telos gatehouse at mile 14.3. Continue straight to your tripometer reads 22.8 and your road will dead end into a “T” intersection. The big parking lot for Chamberlain will be directly in front of you. Turn left here onto the Umbazookus Rd.
Continue until your tripometer reads 29.2, and you will turn right here onto the Grand Marche Rd. Continue on and pass a logging camp at mile 41.2.
Continue on to mile 44.8 and stay left onto the Narrow Pond Rd.
At mile 59.3 turn right onto the St. Juste Rd.
At mile 61.5 there is a big sign that says Maximum Weight 230,000, turn right here onto the Cyr Rd.
Follow the mile marker signs just past #29 and look for the parking lot on your left hand side. Please back your vehicles and trailers in after unloading snowmobiles as to maximize parking for all other guests. The snowmobile trail down to the lake is in the back left corner of the parking lot. You will come off the trail onto the southeast shore of the lake. Head due west for approximately 3 miles into our camp yard.