Over 6 acres of beautiful and on a remote corner of
western New Brunswick on North Lake, in York
County. It’s only 25 miles SW of Woodstock and a
short distance from the border with Maine, U.S.
North Lake is part of a chain of ﬁve pristine
boundary-water lakes and is the northernmost lake of
the Chiputneticcook Chain of Lakes. 250 ft of lakefront
and an additional 250 feet available.
The Hide Away Lodge has the style & favour of Maine
& New Brunswick hunting and ﬁshing lodges. It’s
ideal for long quiet retreats to revitalize your corporate
employees or spiritual church members or the potential
to be a Bed & Breakfast. It’s a luxury rustic location
for regenerating yourself! Enjoy swimming, paddling,
hunting and many other outdoor activities.
There are 6 rooms in the main lodge and four separate cabins, with a commercial size kitchen, & pub with 350 person Liquor
PROPERTY SPECS – LODGE & CABINS
The lodge offers numerous accommodation options. While modern comforts have been added through renovations, this unique lodge has the rustic
& luxury character throughout. The lodge has 2 levels consisting of 5100 sq. ft. of living space.
The Main Level:
Features; 2 renovated bedrooms, 1 powder room, large dining hall, entry/reception desk area, small ofﬁce at entry, boot/coat room off front entry,
boot drying rack/fan, commercial kitchen has stainless steel wall sheathing, 60” range with griddle, 6 burners, 2 ovens, 70,000 BTU commercial bar
& banquet, 90 second pass through commercial dish washer, 3 sinks (1 dbl and one hand wash).
The Lower Level:
Features; 2 renovated bedrooms, 3 full bathrooms, 2 commercial (mens/womens) washrooms, walk
win commercial cooler, beer frig behind the bar (about 400 bottle capacity), double sink behind bar,
ice maker (50 lbs/day), commercial grade washer/dryer.
The Top Level:
Features; 2 bedrooms, possible manager’s
suite and new luxury bathroom.
Old Lodge (located near 4 cabins):
Features; 1,200 sq. ft. presently used as summer workshop & storage.
The Cabins 1 to 4
Features; 2 bedrooms each w/vaulted ceilings, each w/one double bed and 2 single beds
easily converted into bunk beds., kitchenettes, shower/toilet/sink, electric heat in crawl space
and w/1,500 amp ﬁreplace.
Features; Small shack about 8 ft from water and used for storage and small engine repair.
Tourism continues to be one of the leading economic generators in the province. With more than 1.7 million non-resident
visitors, resulting in revenues of $1.3 billion. Over 36,000 jobs were generated through tourism-related activity and direct,
indirect and spin-off taxes exceeded $558 million.
New Brunswick is truly a must-see destination offering a world of natural wonders, vibrant cities and towns and unique
activities to explore. Here, the world’s highest tides rise and fall the height of a four-storey building, twice a day, every day.
Where you will be fascinated by the fragile beauty of coastal dunes…or inspired by the Appalachians, some of the oldest
mountains on the planet!
In 1604 the French explorers Samuel de Champlain and Pierre du Guast, sieur de Monts, established the ﬁrst French
settlement on an island at the mouth of the Saint Croix River. The settlement was abandoned the next year, but after 1631,
when the French constructed Fort La Tour on the site of modern Saint John, colonists moved into the coastal area along the
Bay of Fundy.
SPORTS & RECREATION
The scenic forests and rivers of New Brunswick furnish excellent opportunities for hunting, ﬁshing, and boating. The prov-
ince’s salmon streams are particularly well known. Winter sports are also popular, with an abundance of trails, hills & moun-
New Brunswick economy is comprised of: agriculture, aquaculture, ﬁsheries, mining, manufacturing, transportation, energy
& knowledge industry.
The Hide Away Lodge is located at 4104 Route 122,
in the community of North Lake in southwestern York
County, New Brunswick, Canada. From Fredericton;
Take Hwy 2 to Hwy 122 to North Lake.