Thursday, April 2, 2015

Although the dining room is closed, should you find yourself enjoying the trails this weekend on this side of the lake, we still have gasoline for sale.  4 below zero yesterday, and snow in the forecast for the next few days.  Winter just doesn't want to let go

Monday, March 30, 2015

THANK YOU to all who stopped by this winter season.  We closed yesterday after completing a very busy lunch service. This makes #8 for Mike & I and we appreciate your continued patronage.

Depending on "ice-out" our plan is to re-open around May 10th for spring fishing season.  Until then we have some projects to accomplish and fit in a little R&R in a warmer climate for a few days.

We are of course accepting reservations for the upcoming seasons.  Many of our fishing dates are already full, but send along an email or give us a call if you are planning a trip.

Monday, January 26, 2015

14.4 degrees BELOW zero here at camp this morning. We are going to believe the upcoming weather forecast and ready the shovels, snow blower, plow truck and most importantly the groomer. Let the snow come!

We are fully booked for this coming weekend (Reciprocal with Maine/New Hampshire/Vermont) so the fresh snow will be a welcome sight.

The dining room, as always, will be open for

Breakfast from 7:00AM to 9:30AM;

Lunch from 11:00AM to 3:00PM and

Dinner by advance reservation only is served at 6:00PM.

Although we do try to accommodate late arrivals, we can't always offer the full menu. We operate with a very small staff that work very hard to transition from one mealtime to the next on a very tight schedule coupled with serving the needs of our lodging guests.

Tuesday, January 13, 2015

4 to 5 inches of fresh snow arrived overnight accompanied by sub-zero temperatures. The sun is shining now so its shaping up to be a perfect day to ride. If your schedule allows, you should try mid-week riding to avoid the crowds.

Thursday, December 18, 2014

Our first three sleds arrived today via ITS 84 from Oquossoc (I'm not counting the 5 sleds that came through on Monday afternoon and rode across the lake - HELLO, NOT safe on lakes yet!).

They filled their bellies with Mountain Burgers, fries and Grilled Chicken Sandwich with onion rings. After an enjoyable lunch, they topped off their sleds with fuel and headed for home. Their trail report was very positive. Just a few wet spots, but in really good condition.

It's still snowing here and we have about 15-18 inches on the ground. Let's hope these early season conditions take hold and we build a good base for a great 2014/2015 season.

Mike and John are out in Bosebuck Mountain Rider's groomer as I write this post, packing the trail and putting up signs. All trails should be ready for the upcoming weekend.

Tuesday, November 18, 2014

The calendar may indicate that its still Fall, but winter has definitely arrived here at Bosebuck Mountain Camps. We have four inches of snow on the ground and its still snowing this morning. The lake is nearly frozen all the way across and hopefully the temps will remain cold.

Monday, October 13, 2014

Congratulations Bill!  He took this moose this morning about an hour into the season.  It took four guys and four hours to get him into the trailer but they are on their way now to the registration station and onto the butcher.