Sporting Camps - Nahmakanta Lake, Rainbow Lake, Pollywog Pond, and Jo-mary Lakes

Antlers Camps Lower Jo Mary Lake
Sumner Potter opened the camps c.1900 and they were a stop on the Appalachian Trail.

Buckhorn Camps on Middle Jo Mary Lake
Buckhorn Camps on Middle Jo Mary Lake opened in 1895 and are still in use.

Clifford's New Rainbow Lake Caps on Rainbow Lake
 
Clifford built the camps c.1927 and they are still operating in 2016 (picture credit Webber Oil Co.)

Camp Ketchum on Nahmakanta Lake
Ketchum open these sporting camps in the early 1890's and they are still operating in 2016
Michaud's Camp on Pemadumcook Lake at Nahmakanta Stream
Michauds home at the mouth of Nahmakanta Stream and Pemadumcook Lake (c.1900-1910)

Camp Uno at Rainbow Lake dam
Camp Uno at Rainbow Lake dam (c.1903-1950)

(Note: all ads are from the Bangor and Aroostook publication In the Maine Woods.

The following link is to an article I wrote on sporting camps in this area plus Jo Mary Lake watershed. It is an overview of history of the camps from c.1890 -1960.
https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B8KLqI1sS-zSYVVraExfMHhZZlk/view?usp=sharing