Johnson's Allagash Lodge


Fly fishing for native brook trout on Narrow Pond


If you savor real maple syrup, brookies rising to a hatch, the call of the loon, the smell of balsam, the beating of grouse wings and the wail of a rutting bull moose, then The Johnson's Allagash Lodge will appeal to you.

We strive to offer a quality outdoor experience by catering to just a few people each week. With access to numerous lakes, streams and ponds, we can offer you a true North Woods experience. Whether you are interested in nature studies, casting a fly to wild trout, hunting grouse or just paddling a canoe, we have years of experience to make your trip pleasurable.

We offer "American Plan" accommodations that include three meals a day at the lodge, with full access to the bathhouse or a "Housekeeping unit" where folks who like to "do their own thing" can stay.

Fly fishing buddies at Allagash LodgePeople who come here to fish, hunt or just plain relax, arrive as clients and return as friends.

We run a "dog friendly lodge", all well behaved dogs are welcome.




nilla-Sep2015-2Nilla the new Yellow Lab pup

Meet Nilla, born July 3, 2015 in a litter with 7 siblings, all Yellow Labs. Her name comes from a young visitor to the kennel who said that he liked the Chocolate Labs, but the "Vanilla" Labs are his favorite.

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Allagash Lodge Nature Almanac

Narrow Pond Habitat Handbook

Interested in the plants and animals around Johnson's Allagash Lodge? You'll want to read Allagash Lodge Nature Almanac  a 49 page PDF written by Marnie Reed Crowell. Download and store on your smartphone or tablet before you head up to the lodge, so you can use it as a field guide while exploring northern Maine.

Author: Marnie Reed Crowell with photographs by Kenneth Crowell, Marnie Reed Crowell and Bob Johnson

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