Many of our customers come to Maine to experience our unspoiled scenery and interesting attractions. Some customers combine a vacation trip with a visit to our mills. Here we’ve provided some information on Oakfield and the surrounding area.

Our location

Katahdin Cedar Log Homes is located just off of Interstate 95, exit 286.

We are located approximately 100 miles north of Bangor, Maine, and approximately 150 miles from Bar Harbor, a popular destination in the region.

Tour the mill

We hold regular seminars and mill tours to show you how we make Katahdin Cedar Log Homes. It is a fascinating operation to visit: combining traditional woodworking techniques with the latest in computerized technology.

If you are interested in visiting the Katahdin Cedar Log Homes mill in Oakfield, Maine, please drop us a line:

Mailing Address
Katahdin Cedar Log Homes
Customer Service Department
P.O. Box 145
Oakfield, ME 04763



Hotels & Motels Lodging

Ivey’s Motor Lodge
“The finest place to stay in Northern Maine, Ivey’s Motor Lodge is located at the intersection of U.S. Route 1 and Interstate 95 exit 302 Houlton. As the closest lodging facility to the U.S./Canadian port of entry in the area we offer convenient access to all that Northern Maine and Western New Brunswick, Canada has to offer. With access to most major highways and snowmobile trail systems only minutes away this is the choice for the business or vacation traveler to stay.”
Katahdin Valley Motel
“Enjoy our comfortable, clean, quiet, accommodations while you explore some of Maine’s best known natural resources: Mount Katahdin and Baxter State Park. This wide area of wilderness sports endless varieties of outdoors activities and the Katahdin Valley Motel is conveniently located for your nature excursion or hunting, fishing, snowmobiling, or hiking trip.”
Shiretown Motor Inn
“Your Experience at the Shiretown Motor Inn Promises to be one that you and your family will enjoy time after time. The Shiretown offers 52 clean comfortable rooms, efficiency apartments, competitive rates, an Indoor Heated Pool, as well as a Health Club and Fully Equipped Weight Room. You’ll enjoy Breakfast, Lunch or Dinner at Governor’s Restaurant and Bakery Located right on the premises. After Dinner why not stop by the Lounge Downunder. The Shiretown Motor Inn is Centrally located and just minutes away from Historic Downtown Houlton’s shopping district and 3 miles from the Canadian Border.”
Stardust Motel
“Just off Interconnected Trail System (ITS ) #83.”
Vacationland Estates
“Vacationland Estates Resort is a four season timeshare resort. It is located in peaceful Aroostook County in the town of Island Falls, Maine. Being on the top of a hill, the views are beautiful of Mt. Katahdin and the surrounding areas. The rustic log cabin style units are fully furnished and there is an indoor pool, sauna, and hot tub at the clubhouse. This is a great place to relax and get away from it all.”
Brookside Inn
Scottish Inns

Camps & Campgrounds

Birch Point Lodge & Campground
“Relax and refresh your spirit on a beautiful lake surrounded by modern comfort. Enjoy your vacation at Birch Point, just off I-95 in Island Falls. Our modern facilities rest on the shores of beautiful Pleasant Lake. We have both housekeeping cottages and a campground, a lodge with bowling alley, arcade, lunch counter, a convenient laundry, plus complete recreational facilities.”
Katahdin Shadows
800-794-KAMP (5267)
“Come visit a truly unique family-owned and operated campground located in the shadows of Katahdin and at the gateway to the Great North Maine Woods.”
Matagamon Wilderness Camps
“On the East Branch of the Penobscot River and the Northern Entrance to Baxter State Park.”
Mt. Chase Lodge
“Mt Chase Lodge has long been an established recreational landmark in the Shin Pond/Patten area for North Central Maine. Being situated well off the road on the shores of Upper Shin Pond and within sight of Mt. Katahdin in Baxter Park, our guests can enjoy the peaceful seclusion of our wooded, waterfront setting. If it’s fly fishing, hunting snowmobiling or camping in the wilderness, Maine is the place to do it.”
My Brother’s Place
“Where friends meet-My Brother’s Place Campground. We are located in Houlton, Maine, only 2 miles from New Brunswick, Canada. Crossing the border you to the welcome center of New Brunswick for all the information on the Maritimes, as well as currency exchange. Continuing a few miles to Woodstock you have the Trans Canada Highway #2 that gets you east or west to your destination.”
North Country Lodge
“North Country Lodge is located in Aroostook County, 11 miles north of Patten, Maine and approximately 25 miles from Baxter State Park. The lodge is nestled among the pines and spruce overlooking two small ponds lending itself to the overall breathtaking beauty of this magnificent wilderness area.”
Shin Pond Village
“Shin Pond Village is a family-operated recreational facility. We offer thirty campsites, seven housekeeping cottages and three guest suites. Our Main Building has a general store, gift shop, laundromat, the “Loon’s Nest” guest area with satellite TV and a dining room. These conveniences are open from 7:30am to 9:00pm daily. Gas and oil are available. Located just fifteen miles from the Northern entrance to Baxter State Park, Shin Pond Village offers the summer visitor great fishing, uncrowded hiking adventures, plenty of wildlife and family fun in a peaceful, scenic setting. We offer canoe and kayak rentals for you to see moose in the Sawtelle Deadwater in the early morning….. Discover the mountains, lakes and wildlife of Northern Maine at Shin Pond!”

Bed & Breakfasts

Houlton House B&B
Yellow House B&B
“No baking, steaming, or stewing necessary. Season with the spice of life, serve in generous portions topped with kindness and love. Add to this, a visit to the Yellow House Bed and Breakfast where you will find all the above ingredients in abundant proportions. This is what true friendship is all about. We would like to invite you to sample a little of Great Maine Hospitality.”


A. E. Howell Wildlife Conservation Center
Wildlife rehabilitation center located on US Route 1 in Houlton and approximately 30 miles from Oakfield.
Amish Community
Located off I-95 exit 291 in Smyrna and only 5 miles from Oakfield. Includes a store, bicycle shop, greenhouse and more.
Aroostook Centre Mall
Shopping Mall located in Presque Isle and approximately 60 miles from Oakfield.
Aroostook State Park
Located just outside of Presque Isle and approximately 45 miles from Oakfield.
Baxter State Park/Mt. Katahdin
Baxter State Park located off I-95 exit 244 and approximately 60 miles from Oakfield. Includes hiking, camping, and other outdoor activities.
Birch Point Bowling Alley
Located off I-95 exit 276 and approximately 10 miles from Oakfield. Located on Pleasant Pond and includes Birch Point campground and Trail’s End Restaurant.
Houlton Community Golf Course
Golf Course Located off I-95 exit 302 and approximately 15 miles from Oakfield.
Katahdin Princess Cruise
Millinocket Lake cruise located off I-95 exit 244 and approximately 60 miles from Oakfield.
Lumberman’s Museum
Lumberman’s Museum located off I-95 exit 264 approximately 20 miles from Oakfield.
Maine Solar System Model40-mile-long scale model of the solar system located along US Route 1 from Houlton to Presque Isle.
Moose and Photo Tour
Guided moose tour located off I-95 exit 244 and approximately 60 miles from Oakfield.
New England Outdoor Center
Located off I-95 exit 244 and approximately 60 miles from Oakfield. Includes whitewater rafting, moose & wildlife tours, kayaking, and hiking
Oakfield Railroad Museum
Railroad Museum located off I-95 exit 286 in Oakfield.
Rollerama of Houlton
Roller skating rink located off I-95 exit 302 and approximately 15 miles from Oakfield.
Southern Aroostook Cultural Arts Project
Art Gallery located off I-95 exit 302 and approximately 15 miles from Oakfield.
Temple Theater
Movie theater located off I-95 exit 302 and approximately 15 miles from Oakfield.
VaJoWa Golf Course
Golf Course located off I-95 exit 276 and approximately 10 miles from Oakfield. Clubhouse is at the Up North Bar and Grill and next to Vacationland Estates.
Webb Vintage Museum
Museum located off I-95 exit 276 and approximately 10 miles from Oakfield.

Other Helpful Links

Aroostook County Tourism
“Aroostook County, Maine, is tucked into the northeast corner of the state. It borders the Canadian provinces of New Brunswick and Quebec. While being the northern most county in Maine, it is also the largest. It comprises a land area of 6,672 square miles. In fact, it is the largest county east of the Mississippi.”
Maine Office of Tourism
Maine Tourism
“Whether it’s a luxury coastal resort or a serene mountainside cabin you’re looking for, it’s here in Maine. Nowhere else will you find such a variety of attractions – fall foliage, snowmobiling, harbors, state parks, beaches, white water rafting, shopping, lighthouses, mountains, arts and heritage, ocean or lake cruises, unique festivals -and hospitality- hotels, inns, bed and breakfasts, campgrounds and award-winning restaurants serving Maine lobster and dozens of ethnic specialties.”
New Brunswick, Canada
This Canadian province is just 15 miles away and includes attractions: King’s Landing, Grand Falls Gorge, and Campobello Island (Where Franklin Roosevelt spent summers).