Maine’s Premier Hunting, Fishing and Vacation Lodge Since 1940
As one of Maine’s most storied sporting camps; Leen’s Lodge embodies all that is the traditional Maine vacation experience. Since 1940, vacationing fisherman and families have come from across the world to enjoy all of the best that Maine has to offer.
Nested in the pines on the shores of beautiful West Grand Lake, Leen’s offers 9 lakeside cabins wonderfully appointed to give you an authentic Maine woods experience.
Situated on the end of the Leen’s peninsula, the deck of the central lodge sits front and center to Maine’s most breathtaking sunsets. Enjoying authentic Downeast meals in front of the lodge’s panoramic windows is an experience our return for year after year.
Home to some of the best Smallmouth Bass and Landlocked Salmon fishing in the country, Leen’s Lodge has hosted outdoor legends such as Kurt Gowdy and Ted Williams. Fishing Hall of Famer, A. J. McLane referred to Leen’s Lodge as the “Waldorf of the Wilderness” in his book, Great Fishing and Hunting Lodges of North America.
Since then, Leen’s has been the proud host of many corporate and political retreats including the annual “Economist Retreat” when key business and financial experts come to relax and network with the world’s greatest economic minds!
Laura King is your hostess at Leen’s Lodge. Laura is a Passamaquody Indian who lives in Princeton Maine. A life-long resident, Laura has many duties at the lodge, including cooking & telling the guests where the fish are! Laura is known for her helpful attitude and great desserts. Laura’s family members, including her husband Gary, and daughters Bea and Fay, are often helping her at the lodge as the work load increases. Leen’s Lodge is blessed to have Laura King to serve our guests.