Re-Wild the Authentic Woman Within
Give yourself freedom to Be.
ReWILD in the Outdoors.
Return feeling INSPIRED for Life.
The Woods and Waters are Calling You!
· Find your Way in Nature
· Wilderness Cooking
Come and Re-Wild your creative nature and inspire your life with a renewed sense of being you.
Step off the grid and Step into you.
It's here you gain tools to improve your connection with yourself, relationships, and your community.
Prerequisite: LOVE for Nature; the Woods & Waters
· Gain Canoeing Skills and Confidence.
· Canoe the beautiful waters of the Mattawamkeag & Penobscot Rivers.
· Hike in, near, and around Baxter State Park
· Learn to Fly-Fish & Spin Cast
· Learn the art of finding your way with Map & Compass
· Learn to cook over an open flame
· Learn to build sacred fires and be with them...
Re-Wilding the Woman is personal and professional to small groups. 8 Women MAX
A women's retreats
Re-Wilding in the woods of Maine
"IF YOU THINK ADVENTURE IS DANGEROUS, TRY ROUTINE" - Paulo Coelho
This off-grid powered by nature Women's Retreat takes place on the Mattawamkeag River in Winn, Maine.
Thursday 4pm arrival
Sunday 4pm departure
$525. Fee Includes all meals and lodging, Guide Service, and more.
Two Registered Maine Guide's catering to small groups only. 8 Women Max.
Once enrolled a confirmation, list of things to bring, directions, and more about the Mattawamkeag River will be sent.
If you have any questions, please don't hesitate to ask.
Oodles of Hugs, Tami
In the midst of Nature,
Our Soul is Re-Awakened.
Our off-grid, powered by nature lodging is what makes these retreats AMAZING!
Cabin living for a long weekend re-sets our body's natural rhythm with our long-ago ancestors, only with the comforts of today.
Tenting allows the earth to connect to the of us to re-remember our strong roots that have been connected to the Pachamama since our birth.
It’s here, we begin to breathe and think differently. It has been said that a night outside in the fresh air, improves our ability to think, feel, and BE positively healthy.
When it comes to food, we cater to everyone. Local, Organic, and Wholesome.
If you have food sensitivities - not a problem. Just let us know ahead of time and we’ll make sure to fill your needs.
Preparing meals is what we love to do. You will never go hungry while staying with us. We love to eat and so will you.
Registered Maine Guides
John and Tami Rogers
Together they have been guiding trips throughout Maine for more than 30 years.
They are the Host with the Most.
Build Skills & Gain Confidence as you Explore and Discover the woods and waters
with these two Maine natives.
Paddle with Confidence!
Gain Canoeing skills and build strength.
The 10-mile Canoe trip is filled with beautiful moments to unwind, cast a line or two, and take in the flight of the majestic Bald Eagle, and other wildlife sightings that the river is home to.
Traditional Maine Guide Shore lunch is prepared on the River. women's retreats
Photo: A view along the hiking trail of Baxter State Park.
This is just one of the many hikes we may offer during this retreat - in, around, and near Baxter State Park. We'll meet you at your level.
Doctors around the world are now prescribing hiking as a way to heal well and stay well.
Just being in nature feeds are naturally.
A Lifestyle Beyond the Grid
Where you can slow down and treasure each moment.
Our "Glamping" Cabins are located 16 miles from Lincoln, Maine and about an hour & a half from Bangor International Airport. They are warm and inviting, creating a peaceful place to renew and restore. Overlooking the private shores of the Mattawamkeag River you can relax and unwind, listening to the river, the wind, and the many birds that call this place home.
For nearly 200 years the Maine’s woods and waters has welcomed explorers from around the world and have provided them with exceptional adventures in camping, canoeing, hiking, fishing, personalized service, & experiences that last a lifetime.
"Capt. John and Tami provide outstanding service, impeccable meals, and kind hospitality to explorers from all over."
Nestled in the quiet town of Mattawamkeag, on the Mattawamkeag River, in Northern Maine, where explorers of the mid-1800’s, such as young Teddy Roosevelt, Henry David Thoreau, and Percival Baxter, who came in search of solitude, a glimpse the wilds of Maine, and ultimately, themselves.
Plan your adventure with us!
5.5 hours from Boston, MA
3 hours from Portland, ME
1.5 hours from Bangor, ME