Our Tanglewood facility hosts organizations and/or events that support our vision (such as those with an environmental or educational theme), or those serving local community groups. For other events, please consider Blueberry Cove.
The tranquil forest setting of Tanglewood has a wonderful atmosphere. Surrounded by over 900 acres of woodland, guests to our facility are able to enjoy the abundance of natural beauty in the area.
We have 12 miles of hiking trail (foot traffic only), catch and release fly fishing, playing fields, camp fire sites (several small sites and one that seats 70) and an outdoor amphitheater (seats 70).
Information, Services & Policies for the Tanglewood Site
(for more complete policies applicable to both sites, see our Facilities Rental Policies & Information page.)
Tanglewood’s centrally located Dining Hall is our main indoor space. The building, which dates from the 1930s, has a 75–100 person capacity and is equipped with both a fireplace and wood stove. It is connected to Tanglewood’s kitchen facility, and borders a large lawn where our 70-seat amphitheater and a small campfire circle are located.
Smaller spaces meeting/breakout spaces are also available. The Nature Center and Museum have 20 and 15 person capacities respectively and are both heated, however the Museum is without access to electricity.
Our living accommodations comprise of two heated lodges and three heated cabins, with a total capacity of 55–60, and nine unheated cabins, with a total capacity of 54. Some of the heated lodges and cabins have electricity.
The modern central bath house is heated and includes shower facilities. The female section is equipped with 3 showers, 3 toilets and 4 wash basins; the male section with 3 showers, 2 toilets, 2 urinals and 3 wash basins.
There are additional small bath houses close to those cabins situated in satellite living units.
‘The Nest’ includes its own bathroom with toilet, wash basin and combined bath/shower.
A fully-furnished kitchen is available and includes cutlery for 120 or you can request that we provide meal service for your group.
The Dining Hall, The Nest and the main bath house are handicap accessible.
The TREES Trail is a wide 1100 foot long accessible, stonedust trail with seating at regular intervals.
Tanglewood is located within the boundaries of Camden Hills State Park and alcohol is not permitted inside state parks.
Fees & registration
View our fee schedule (coming soon). Some fees and services are negotiable. Please contact us with any questions or concerns.
To request a reservation, complete and return this Reservation Request Form.
Have other questions?
If you have further queries, please call 207-789-5868 or email firstname.lastname@example.org and we will be happy to provide more information.
Tanglewood is located in Lincolnville, a small town between Camden and Belfast in midcoast Maine. Detailed directions can be found here.
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