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Win a Luxury Treehouse in Maine

by Holly Riddle

Sep 22, 2019

Get your taste of all things Maine, when you visit Bangor Nov. 18 for the Maine Harvest Festival. This popular fall festival celebrates everything local, with lots of artisans, farmers and more. The producers lay out only the finest for you to sample and enjoy. © Nelson P. Jewell | Dreamstime.com

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Not only can you win an entire treehouse resort all to yourself, but also $25,000 through a recent sweepstakes launched by TimberStone Adventures, Inc. The owners of the Maine resort and disc golf course are giving away the entire property.

 

All you have to do is submit your nature photo to the photo content and pay a $99 entry fee.

 

The grand prize includes three live-in treehouses, a five-story castle town, 18-hole disc golf course, private mountaintop, 56 acres along the White Mountain National Forest, a side-by-side vehicle and the cash prize.

 

The three treehouses range in size. The largest is two stories, with more than 1,100 square feet. It comes with a full kitchen, two bathrooms, two private bedrooms, cathedral ceilings, a large front deck and WiFi. In total, it sleeps eight. The mid-sized and smaller treehouses sleep four each.

 

The 18-hole mountain disc golf course is outfitted with state-of-the-art disc golfing equipment and handmade benches throughout the course, which sits at the base of your own mountain. If you climb up at that mountain, you can head to the top of your five-story castle tower for 360-degree views of White Mountain National Forest in all its glory. A short hike away, you can access a small, isolated beach. Make sure to bring all your outdoors equipment, so you can make full use of your snowmobile, ATV and hiking trails. The property is also just a short drive from three different ski resorts. The property even includes its own sawmill, in case you ever needed one.

 

The contest runs through Nov. 1 and you can enter at wintreehouses.com.

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