Established in 1948 & located in Smithfield, Maine, Sadulsky's Camps has a tradition of fine, friendly,
family vacationing. Nestled in a wide cove on the quiet north end of East
Pond, the westerly view provides spectacular sunsets.
East Pond is the first of the seven Belgrade Lakes chain, and is the feeder
lake for the others. While several species of fish inhabit the lake, it
is the small and large mouth bass that draw the serious angler.
Sadulsky's Camps offers two and three bedroom housekeeping cottages with
all the necessities provided with the exception of linen and towels. The
cottages are well stocked with dishes and cooking utensils and are
completely furnished. Each cottage has hot and cold running water, all
drawn from a crystal clear well. Each has a hook-up for telephone
service, should you require it.
Wildlife in the local area consists of the occasional moose, white tailed
deer, raccoon, beaver, fox, mink, and several varieties of squirrels.
Loons are abundant in the cove and their calls can be clearly heard in the
evenings. Blue Herons and Osprey are often spotted, as well.