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Cabot Camp is a historic site located in Millers Falls, Massachusetts, where the Millers River meets the Connecticut River. The camp was originally a toll house for boats and barges passing through the French King Gorge in the early 19th century. Later, it became a summer retreat for Phillip Cabot, a wealthy Bostonian who bought the property in 1916. The camp, which is made up of three individual parcels, has been under the ownership of Turners Falls Power and Electric Company, Western Mass. Electric, and Northeast Utilities for over 75 years. The site at Cabot Camp is soon to be for sale. The camp is now used as a meeting center and is recognized for its fascinating history.

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Cabot Camp Utilities
186 E. Mineral Rd.
Millers Falls, MA 01349