Wilson Lake Inn

Address: 183 Lake Road, Wilton, Maine, 04294, United States | Motel
 
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This motel, located on 183 Lake Road, Wilton, is near Wilson Lake and Titcomb Mountain.
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    Travel Blogs from Wilton

    Road Trips: Bath & Brunswick; Augusta & Freeport

    A travel blog entry by jackandcece on May 11, 2015

    2 comments, 10 photos

    ... picked and prepared for each order. We agreed to sample as many flavors as possible, so we each ordered different entrees to pass and started with an interesting appetizer of smoked heritage pork tenderloin, lamb shank terrine and chicken liver pate. Arctic char, Atlantic scallops, wild black sea bass and hanger steak were our chosen entrees, along with sides of asparagus and bright garden carrots. We finished the meal with rhubarb galette and dark chocolate torte.

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    Home again, home again, bliggity blog

    A travel blog entry by bubblecuffer on Nov 20, 2014

    1 comment, 9 photos

    "Ordeal or adventure" is the catchphrase of the slightly irreverent sailing magazine, Latitudes & Attitudes, and any trip to Mexico is certainly going to involve a healthy dose of both. I guess Dawn and I had been having such a good time that the bad karma was building, and someone, by Jesus, was just about ready to dish out some cosmic justice. It started with the trip out of Bernal. We found ourselves on a stretch of road that was absolutely not on what was supposed to ...

    Push, Push, Push the Car...

    A travel blog entry by happyronin on Sep 26, 2014

    1 comment, 4 photos

    ... yellow, ochre, maroon, and peony (yup, I know my paint colors!) with only a smattering of deep greens of the evergreen trees peppered through the colorful trees. It was beautiful!

    Upon driving into Quebec, we quickly realized that we had officially entered what felt like France. All the signs were in French, numbers that we are used to seeing periods are replaced with commas (Example: the cost for gas is 134,9 cents/liter) and when we stopped at gas stations, I had ...

    Day off shenanigans!

    A travel blog entry by kbestwick on Jul 10, 2013

    I haven't been able to do a blog post for the past couple days due to day off shena****ns. So here it goes... Sunday we began with a C day which meant we have Seniors first thing - they are the eldest campers here. They are a pain in the bum when it comes to controlling a big group off them, seriously. On their own, or in small groups, they are great and enthusiastic, but it appears to me that peer pressure is quite a big thing with them all when it comes to ...

    Camp Life in Maine USA

    A travel blog entry by carlietravels on Aug 13, 2012

    ... slice of pizza which was really cool and Free Port also had a little British shop which was lovely too.

    Old Port was a more chilled out town. This was a port town where you were right on the water and by the seaside with lovely views. It had lots of knick-knack shops and also amazing seafood restaurants where you could tell the fish was caught just outside the door!
    I definitely recommend Beals ice cream shop for dessert after ...