Product Search  ·  Checkout  ·  Home  ·  Track Your Order  ·  Site Map
Black Brook Cove Campground, ME
Shopping Basket

Shopping Basket

Items: 0
Subtotal: $0.00
Note: All prices in US Dollars
Money saving offers, news of new products and hints for enjoying camping and the outdoors
Search by Keyword

Search by Keyword

Location
Black Brook Cove Campground is located on the southern end of Aziscohos Lake. It is a short drive off ME rt 16 and is close to Rangeley, ME.

See below for more pictures.
 
For full information and driving directions please go to their web site which we have listed below.
 
Contact Information:
blackbrookcove.com
 
Black Brook Cove Campground
PO Box 319
Oquossoc, ME 04964
 
207 486 3828
  
Campsites & RV facilities:
 
There are many campsites and RV sites with full time water and electric.  Most sites are separated and wooded.  They also have remote sites out on the lake. A bath house with toilets and showers is also available.
 
There is also a dump station for RV’s
 
There is a small store with general items, food items (pizza is very good) and some great fire starters.
 
Wi Fi is available on a screened in porch at the office and is also available at a few of the sites.
 
They have a nice protected launching area for canoes, kayaks and other larger boats.  They rent canoes, boats & motors.
 
There is a Maine Guide available who can suggest trips and places to go as well as organize guided trips for bear /moose / bird hunting as well as fishing.  Check out their web site for more details and famous fishing places.
 
PLACES TO KAYAK, CANOE OR HIKE
All of these lakes are very large and should be greatly respected for the ability to build up wind and very rough conditions very quickly. It is advised you carry overnight emergency equipment in the event you need to get off the water.
 
The campground is located on Aziscohos Lake which is long and narrow and very nice.  The launch area at the camp ground is protected and suitable for all types of boats.
 
Other lakes in the area include:
Rangeley – This is a very nice lake but it is very built up with camps.  There are several  places  to launch including a state campground and a large public launch area in the center of town.  There is also a place in Oquossac.
 
Mooselookmeguntic – This is a very large lake that can get very windy very quickly.  It is also a very beautiful lake with lots of coves, islands and beaches.  We were on lower Mooselookmegunic one day when the wind came up and we had great fun trying to surf on the waves. There are many campsites on the lake if you wish to camp out a few nights.  Many launching areas are available and the people at the camp ground will tell you where they are. It is also possible to paddle into Cupsuptic lake as they are joined.
 
Cupsuptic – This lake is visible from Rt 16 and there is a launch area just off  the highway.  There is also a launch area closer to Rangeley that you can launch into the Kennebago River and from there you can paddle up the river or into Cupsuptic lake.  This part of the lake is very close to  Mooselookmeguntic so you can paddle into either lake.
 
Upper and Lower Richardson Lakes. These lakes are really nice with many camp sites and beaches. There is a launching area off Rt 16 into Upper Richardson Lake. You can paddle all around Upper Richardson Lake and if you paddle down the east side you will see the Upper Dam which is one of the dams that controls the water levels in this area.  There is a portage trail in this area which will take you into Mooselookmeguntic.
 
All these lakes have islands and lots of inlets and coves to explore.  We often see moose, deer and eagles in these areas.
 
Hiking:
Aziscohos Mountain (3,186 ft.) is very close. The campground will give you directions to the trail head.
 
Bald Mountain has several trails up to the summit and a fire tower with great views of the entire area.
 
West Kennebago Mountain is also near.

The Appalachian Trail is also in this area – There are several trail heads available for starting and  or ending a trip on the AT.
 
You may also contact The Appalachian  Mountain Club (AMC) @ Pinkham Notch, NH for more information.The AMC (Appalachian Mountain Club) will provide you with complete information, maps, books,& suggested trips for your skill and experience.. 603-466-2721 or AMCPinkhamInfo@outdoors.org
 
There are also hiking and camping stores in Rangeley that can give you more information & the campground office
will help you with more information.
Aziscohos Lake from the beach at Black Brook Cove
The boat launch at Black Brook Cove