Titcomb Cabin resides on Gilman Island, which lies in the middle of the Connecticut River about half a mile down from Ledyard. The original Titcomb Cabin, which was built in 1953, burned down in the spring of 2009. Dartmouth students took on the challenge of rebuilding the cabin and the finished product now stands on the old site. Thanks to the hard work of many Ledyardites, the cabin is once again available to rent. <br><br> Cost Per person per night: Ledyard Student Members: $5 Dartmouth students, non-members; and non-student Ledyard members: $10 Others: $20 Children under 6 years of age: Free Children aged 6-12: Half price With a family membership, two people can be counted as Ledyard Members Reservations: To make a reservation or check availability, send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org. A 50% minimum deposit is needed at least a week before to guarantee the reservation. Failure to cancel reservation at least three days in advance will result in loss of deposit. Reservations will be held for one hour past designated check in time. Reservations without deposit cannot be guaranteed. Keys and canoes may be picked up at the Ledyard desk during open hours. Keys and boats will not be given out at any other time. Keys must be returned to the front desk at Ledyard the following morning along with the canoes. There is a $25 fee for lost keys. Please remember to tie up your canoe to shore, as the water level can change unpredictably. Cabin limit: 10 people per night. All must register at the Ledyard Clubhouse. Spring and Fall checkout time: 2pm. Summer Checkout time: 11am.
United States43° 41' 41.244" N, 72° 18' 13.2372" W
Campgrounds and lodging establishments
The Upper Valley (Wells River to the Massachusetts border)
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