Welcome to our summer home! The Wolf Cove Inn is situated on the eastern shore of Tripp Lake in the Lakes Region of Maine. Resplendent with gardens, pine groves, lawns and a sweeping shoreline, you’ll enjoy beautiful sunsets on our almost two acres with over 560 feet of private shorefront on the lake. Walk more than 40 feet off the porch and your feet will get wet! Now that’s a true waterfront inn. The scenic surroundings at our bed and breakfast are just the start of the wonderful experience you’ll have here.
Things to Do Around Our Waterfront Inn
At the Wolf Cove Inn enjoy all that nature has to offer. Explore Tripp Lake with our complementary canoes, kayaks, and a rowboat, or explore it with a jump in from our private dock. Stroll through the perennial gardens and pine groves. Grab a book and find a secluded lakeside spot to drift away to another place. Grab some binoculars, or even just your eyeballs and watch the birds and especially the loons on the lake. And if you’re lucky, you’ll get a fly over from the bald eagles that nest in the pine grove!
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If it’s hanging around inside that you are up for, our newly remodeled dining/living great room and sunroom offer many cozy spots to relax. Or just pull up a chair and relax in the comfort of your room. The Wolf Cove Inn is pet friendly in select rooms. Resort-wide WIFI is free for our guests.
More to Explore in the Area Surrounding Our Waterfront Inn
Area activities include exploring the Sebago Lakes and Maine Lakes region, nearby golf, hiking and biking, or try your hand at gaming in the Oxford Casino in the next town over. We are also a great jumping off point for day trips to the Western Maine Mountains, the rocky Maine Coast or to fulfill any itches you have for discount shopping at the factory outlets in Freeport and Kittery.
Serving the greater Portland area, the Maine Lakes Region, and only just over two hours from Boston, the Wolf Cove Inn makes an ideal destination to get away from it all.
Tripp Lake Fun Facts
Tripp Lake covers 735 acres in surface area, is almost eight miles around its shoreline, and has a maximum depth of 35 feet. Bounded by Route 11 on the east shore and by Megquier Hill, looming up off its west shore, Tripp Lake is both beautifully situated and easily accessible from the Maine Turnpike, Portland, and the Lewiston/Auburn area. Measuring about three miles long and nearly a mile wide, Tripp Lake is home to a variety of warm water species of fish including chain pickerel, shiners, largemouth and smallmouth bass, smelt, sunfish, and white and yellow perch. It is also home to two public campgrounds, and a children’s summer camp.