Tettegouche Camp is located in the interior of the 9,000 acre Tettegouche State Park. It is accessible only by foot, mountain bike, cross-country skis, or snowshoes. There is a shower building, a lodge, and four year-round rentable cabins:
It is an enjoyable 3.5-mile trek from the main park trailhead or a shorter, but steeper, 1.7-mile hike from the Lax Lake Road access. Mountain bikes are allowed only on the Lax Lake Road access. No vehicle access is available. You must carry in your gear; carts are not provided.
The four cabins in Tettegouche Camp provide excellent opportunities for fishing, canoeing, or just relaxing. Each cabin also includes the use of one canoe, canoe paddles, and life vests (canoes available through park office). Each cabin has its own picnic table, fire ring with grill, and firewood.
There are no bathrooms in these cabins; a shower building and toilet facilities are a short walk away. Cabins do not have running water. Jugs are provided and guests may use the shower building or the hand pump to collect water.
A nearby one-room lodge is available to cabin guests, as well as all park users. The lodge has several benches and tables inside and picnic tables outside, with two fireplaces to take the chill off during cooler weather. The large screened-in porch faces Mic Mac Lake.