Woodman’s Mobile Home Community
Woodmans-Owls Head Maine. (Off Ash Point Road)
Number of lots: 14
Lot Sizes/home sizes: lot will hold homes up to 16’ x 70’
Lot rent: $330.00 per month
Services included with lot rent: water/sewer, plowing and rubbish removal
When Samuel de Champlain explored Owl’s Head in 1605, the Abenaki Indians called it Bedabedec Point, meaning “Cape of the Winds.” Mariners would name it for the shape of the promontory, which they thought resembled the head of an owl. First incorporated as part of Thomaston in 1777, and then as part of South Thomaston in 1848, Owls Head was itself set off and incorporated on July 9, 1921. The town is home to both the Owls Head Light Station, a 30-foot (9.1 m) tall granite lighthouse built in 1826 to mark the southern entrance of Rockland Harbor, and to the Owls Head Transportation Museum.
The park is set back off of Ash Point Road, directly next to the local school and just minutes from Owls Head Park with beautiful views of the ocean. It is also just minutes from the seaside town of Rockland, where we also have another park!