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The Lawrence Cabin

The Lawrence Cabin was built by Mrs. Pauline Lawrence in honor of her late husband, Arthur Lawrence in either the Fall of 1963 or before the camp session in the Spring or Summer of 1964. It is a two-family cabin with a large, shared, screened-in porch running the entire length of the cabin. It is great for two families who would like to house near each other or for those who like to socialize with their neighbors.

Lawrence East has a set of bunkbeds with a double bed below, a twin bed, fridge, and 3/4 bath. Lawrence West has a set of bunkbeds with a double bed below, 2 cots, a fridge, and 3/4 bath.

The main entrance is onto the east end of the porch:

© Jon Cousins 2013


There are private entrances on the south into each side:

© Trevor 2011
 
There is also an entrance (mostly hidden behind a tree in the picture below) off the west end of the porch:
© Jon Cousins 2013
 
The porch along the back as seen from the river side:
© Trevor 2015

LAWRENCE EAST
© Trevor 2018
© Trevor 2018
© Trevor 2018
 

LAWRENCE WEST

© Trevor 2018
© Trevor 2018
© Trevor 2018
©Trevor 2018

 
The view out the west end of the porch towards the river:
(Note the misspelling on the sign.)
© Trevor 2011
© Trevor 2018

 

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Main St (Route 302) & Haleytown Rd, Fryeburg, ME 04037 (map)