2 parcels of property being sold together to form a large parcel of land located off Knights Landing Road with a quarter acre lot located in Lake View Plantation with 103 feet water frontage on Schoodic Lake. The combination of 2 & 141 Knights Landing form a generous amount of land that run from Knights landing road all the way to Canadian Pacific Railway. Currently there are 2 camps at 141 Knights landing Road with one camp being log sided and used by the owner. There is a separate camp which has been used for storage and has a septic system. Schoodic Lake-One of the large lakes in the Maine Highlands region, Schoodic Lake is only 45 minutes from Bangor. Two boat ramps provide the only means for the public to access the 7,021-acre lake. Most of the 32-mile shoreline is in private hands, with many large tracts offering a wilderness vista. Water in Schoodic Lake is exceedingly clean and clear. Depths reach 188 feet with outflow leaving at the dam on Schoodic Stream, a tributary to Piscataquis River. Many private homes and 'camps' are located along the shoreline. The lake is available for all water sports, with water skiing, personal watercraft, and power boats occasionally seen. Pontoons, canoes, rowboats and small fishing craft are the more common mode of accessing the water. Schoodic Lake is managed primarily as a cold-water fishery by the Maine Department of Inland Fisheries and Wildlife (DIFW). Salmon, brook trout, lake trout, smallmouth bass, round whitefish, cusk and white perch are all caught. The lake trout population is so healthy that state hatcheries have for several years collected lake trout eggs for controlled hatching and stocking into other lakes. The two boat ramps, both on the west side of the lake, are operated by DIFW.