The office, housed in a building that has a real DownEast slant,
is furnished in Early Maine Camp. The cabins are small and some have
rudimentary cooking facilities.
At the turn of the century the Oakland Amusement Park was on this site.
Built by the Camden Rockland Trolley Company to encourage people to use
their services, the park had a dance hall, a grand dining room, and attracted
crowds that numbered in the thousands By the mid-20s the automobile put the
trolleys out of business and the land was bought by Maine Central Power which
leased out the dance hall.