STAY in Cumberland
Relax by the shores of Beaver Dam Lake, curl up next to the fire as you unwind from a day of fun and adventure in the Island City. Cumberland boasts two quaint establishments to kick your feet up at once the day is done.
The Island Inn and it's sister establishment, The Ambrose Motel, both offer rooms at reasonable prices. Owned and operated by a local family, you'll be treated like friends when you choose to lay your head there. Whether you're planning to stay for a night on business or you're crashing during the Rutabaga Festival, their location just North of downtown offers a convenient location that is quiet, but still close to amenities. Call them today to schedule your next stay in Cumberland!
Looking to stay for more than a weekend? How does the whole season sound? Don't miss out on any Cumberland event when you put roots down at Camp Brigadoon. Owners Jenny and Travis want to make your season in The Island City the best it can possibly be. Park your camper trailer at one of the 120 lots nestled on the shores of beautiful Beaver Dam Lake and enjoy the friendly atmosphere of a classic campground. At Camp Brigadoon you'll find all the expected amenities and more! The camp store is outfitted with a game room, common area and ice cream bar. Lakeside you'll find a docking area, room for permanent resident's boats, sandy beaches and a fish cleaning shack. Call now to get your name on the waiting list for a chance to Summer at this beautiful escape.
Established in the prime resort days of the Cumberland area, this campground is one of the last surviving grounds with RV hookups and permanent cabins on site. A labor of love, this camp has survived because of the continued level of superior service and family-friendly fun it has offered year and year again. Finally turning the reins over just last year, Jim King established a reputation for Camp Brigadoon that keeps folks coming back time after time. An old school Summer camp feel with modern amenities, Camp Brigadoon hosts an annual fishing contest, 4th of July festivities, customer appreciation day and has a camp store where you can treat yourself to an ice cream cone. Located right on the lake allows for campers to enjoy fishing, boating and swimming within walking distance from their site. A home away from home for many during the Summer months, now is the time to reserve your spot for next year and ensure that you have the chance to vacation like your parents used to in The Island City.