Title

Sprucewold Lodge in Boothbay Harbor was the largest log cabin in the world when

Authors

Colin Sargent

Source

Portland Monthly

Date

7-2006

Additional Date Information

July-Aug 2006

Pages

42-45

Abstract

Sprucewold Lodge in Boothbay Harbor was the largest log cabin in the world when it was built in 1921. What is left today is the sleeping annex to the original building that burned down in the 1930s. Richard Pizer, who owns and operates the lodge with his wife, Dana, offers 25 different day trips to guests. Dana's uncle, Jack McQuade, owned the lodge from 1975 until his death in 1997.

Subjects

Sprucewold Lodge Boothbay Harbor

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