Taylor Pond can be found in the back woods, on a dirt road, and miles from the modern world. Fishing enthusiasts and naturalists come from afar to spend vacations in a lean-to, a designated open site on the back part of the pond, or the mainland campground. Taylor Pond Campground is located on the northeast corner of Taylor Pond. A dam controls the level of this 4 mile long, 813 acre “pond”. The dam, campground, and interior campsites represent the only development on the entire primitive pond. The 10 acre developed campground is surrounded by over 8,000 acres of Wild Forest state land. The campground has a remote setting with basic services and limited facilities. Camping units ranging from small tents to 30 foot RVs can be accommodated. Recreational opportunities include: Picnicking, boating, fishing, hiking, and nature observation. Loons, Osprey, Eagles, and many other fauna and flora can be observed in the area.