Although we have yet to determine the cause, Yahoo is marking our domain email, or,  as spam.

SO if you try to contact us from the website or using either of these emails directly, we are not ignoring you. Look in your spam box for a reply.

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Please add these emails to your contact list if you want a reply or correspondence from us.

I have been working with Yahoo customer Care for a month now trying to get this resolved.

Thank you for your patience.

4th of July 2021 in Jackman

The 4th of July in Jackman is always a fun day. It usually starts with a parade through town.  Not only locals participate but we have a group of our guests that enter the parade every year.  And win!  SO feel free to join in the fun, even if you are just visiting.

After the parade, here at Cozy Cove, we have our annual potluck picnic with our guests. If you are not staying with us this year, you are still invited. Just bring a dish to share.

At dusk, the town has an awesome fireworks display. Some say it is the best in Maine.

This year the JMMRCOC is sponsoring A FREEDOM RACE in the morning of the 4th. They hope to make this an annual event too. Anyone is welcome to participate. The best part, we can cheer on the racers from our shore or along Main street.

Below is some information on the parade and the Freedom Race.

4th of July Parade

When: Sunday, July 4, 2021 begins at 4PM

Registration: 2:00 P.M. at the Jackman Moose River Fire Department

Start Location: Forest Hills Consolidated School Parking

End Location: The Jackman Town Hall

There is no entry fee! If you would like to participate please contact Michelle Oliver at 207-668-4171. Please leave a message if there is no answer. Awards will be announced before the fireworks.

Themes for judges will be:  Most Patriotic, Most Outrageous,  Most Community Spirit    and Best Vehicle Award


Freedom Race

When: Sunday, July 4, 2021 to begin at 10AM

Registration: Before July 4 at the Chamber Information Booth  OR On July 4 – 9am at the Softball Field on Talpey Road

Start Location: Jackman Softball Field

End Location: The Jackman Town Park

Entry Fee: $10.00 per team

First Place Prize: 25% of entrance fees

Second Place Prize: 15% of entrance fees

Third Place Prize: 10% of entrance fees

Start at the Softball Field – Bike the Pleasant Street Loop to the Jackman Landing Boat Launch on Route 201 – Canoe or Kayak to the Jackman Boat Landing on Mill Road – Run to the Jackman Town Park

If you would like to register please inquire at the Jackman Moose River Region Chamber of Commerce Information Booth. The booth is currently open, Thursday 4-6pm, Friday 4-6pm, Saturday 10am-1pm. You may also contact Michelle Oliver at 207-668-4171. Please leave a message.

ATV trails in Jackman

Even with some closures due to logging during the week, our guests are finding there is plenty of riding to be found. This past weekend, here are some photos going south of town.

It was a beautiful day and they even made it through a 15 min downpour.

Turtle Nest 2021

After a few days of looking for the right place to lay her eggs, Miss turtle here found a spot.  Took her most of the day to dig so she can safely lay her eggs.

We did not mark the area off this time. But in about 60 to 90 days, we will watch for the babies to head to the lake.  Good luck baby turtles..

ATV trails 2021

Even though we have had a pretty dry spring, the ATV trails will not be open until Memorial day weekend. Landowners plan to be doing a lot of logging this summer and do not want trails or riders anywhere near where they are working. Our trail master met with the landowners and the state a few days ago.

ATV trail update from Jarod on the BRC Facbook page as of May 25th.

1- Canada trail open (this is north trail to the border), no issues. As normal
2- heading to rock wood. On Jackman end, Dave said you can likely get all the way to rock wood. Bare minimum is to demo road. Apparently he said the rock wood reroute is in town rock wood and he hasn’t heard definitely from them if people will be able to access in town or not.
3- towards Pittston farm, Jackman good on their end. Gonna be weekends only for the next 3-4 weeks. But we will be able to ride this coming Friday. Pittston farm has a bit of excavation work to do on their end, but they told him it will be done in time for the holiday weekend. Wasn’t officially done yet as of right now though. Look for a post from them.
4- will be able to make it to the forks. He said If someone wants a guaranteed destination from Jackman over the holiday weekend, it’s the forks.
An added note:  Steve has been out multiple days this week updating signage.  Please only ride where the signs say you can.


Email replies

Last year, there were some problems with my email communications being blocked by various services. (Comcast etc)  We consistently told people that if they did not receive their confirmation email, to check their spam box. This was usually where they were.  We finally resolved that problem.

This year, it is Yahoo. If you have a Yahoo account, my replies to you are probably going into your spam or junk box. SO if you want to receive a reply or a confirmation from us, please add and to your contact list.  And just check your spam or junk mail box occasionally.  We are not the only ones getting spammed by Yahoo.  I check mine once a week and luckily, I do catch some important emails.

I always reply to any emails we get within 24hours. So please, if you have not heard back from me and there is no reply in your inbox or spam box, just give us a call.


Ice out was only 5 days prior to taking this photo and look how much the water is receding!  Today, the 20th, the lake water is beyond the rocks and all that is left are some puddles.   There is rain in the forecast so in the next few days, it could change again.  Mother nature is at work here.

We almost have a lawn again. Looking back to years prior, we never even saw the bottom yard until late May.

Ice Out Contest 2021

The Northland also does an ice out contest and they called for                              yesterday, April 13 at 845 AM. Yes this is really early for Ice out.

We can all try again next year.

Today is April 3rd, 2021 and below is the most recent cam shot of Big Wood.  You can see the lake has risen with the water is our bottom yard. The grumbling under the ice has started: so I think the ice is getting thinner and water is moving, or Big Woody is getting restless.

That is a snapshot of Big Wood this morning from our webcam. (March 8th)

It is a beautiful sunny but very cold morning here in Jackman.  Yesterday was a moving off the ice day for many ice shacks though. Warmer temps are supposed to happen later this week, which is why I assume the shacks are moving out. Once it starts getting slushy out there, they are difficult to slide off.

Truly, the date is a guess in every sense. But keep in mind, 2020 was a very dry year. And this winter did not produce as much snow as we have in the past. Does that mean less snow & ice to melt, warmer spring, earlier ice out?  Who knows?

SO with all of that being said, it is about time to start with the guessing for this years ICE OUT CONTEST!

So how this works:
1. Choose your date and time that you think the ice will go out on Big Wood. Choosing a time is helpful if multiple people choose the same date.  The person closest to the time will win.

2. Add a comment to this post with your best guess. A comment on Facebook will not be entered. We can only accept one entry per person/email.

3. The deadline to post your vote this year is 8am on April 10th, 2020. Watch our webcam at for signs of change.

The winning date will be what the Town of Jackman records as the ice out date and time for 2021.

The winner will get 50% off one night when they stay with us 2 or more days or 1 full night free if they stay 4 or more days. This discount will expire December 31, 2021.  New this year, you will also win a Cozy Cove Cabins hoodie.

Please Note: Only one discount permitted per stay at Cozy Cove Cabins and our same discount rules apply. (payment by check or cash, cabin minimum must be met)


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It really is simple:

Click on register at the top right of Blog Page. Follow directions using the code ccc2017 when asked. Use a simple PW so you do not forget it later(or next year). You will then get an email to confirm you are who you are, then I approve that you are not a robot or a “nonAmerican” and you are good to go.

After this process, you will need to login to comment but you will not have to wait for me to approve you. Unless of course you forgot your password from before, then you may have to re-register. So don’t forget your password.

Spring is coming n Jackman

This is the morning snapshot from our webcam.  The ice is getting darker every day. If you have not made your ice out guess yet or posted your ice out date and want to change it, you have 2 more days.   I think it will be sooner than later.  I am going with April 21st (my birthday)

So get your poles ready for some spring fishing.  Open water is coming.

Another sign of spring is the bird activity. This morning, I heard my favorite, the chickadee, singing. I am sure they make various calls all winter but it is their song that attracts me to listen and reply.

With spring on the horizon, we will start to hear and see many other birds either nesting or migrating through.   Be sure to look up once in awhile when exploring.

The ducks, I think they are Common Merganser, have also been tootling around in our “yard” which is a mini pond right now. I hear them quacking at all hours of the night and day. They better be careful as I also saw a pretty big minks the other day by the lakeside cabins.