Injunjoe Court is a family owned campground home to 15 cabins of various sizes, all with housekeeping, cable television, heating, a refrigerator, microwave, and bathroom facility. Some have fully furnished kitchens. All are surrounded by a lush forest overlooking the beautiful Joe’s Pond.
While visiting Injunjoe Court, you can spend a day on Joe’s Pond boating, canoeing, sailing, or fishing or visit the many nearby local attractions. Injunjoe Court provides a very tranquil environment for a relaxing getaway.
CABINS AND COTTAGES
Injunjoe Court offers two types of housing: cabins and cottages.
All cabins have cable TV, heating, refrigerator, microwave, and bathroom facilities. (Click here to see the inside of a typical cabin.)
All cottages have cable TV, fully furnished kitchens including table and chairs, sofa that pulls out into a bed, and bathroom facilities. These cottages accommodate 4 people.
Linens and towels are supplied and can be replaced anytime.
You can enjoy boating, sailing, and fishing on Joe’s Pond.
Guests of Injunjoe Court can also take out canoes, rowboats, and paddleboats for free. Outside use of this equipment is an extra cost.
History of Injunjoe Court
Injunjoe Court was originally built and owned by Mr. Henry Cook in 1927. Mr. Cook used to work at Fairbanks Scales, saving money and continuing to add to the camp by building cabins. The cabins were finally finished in the 1950’s.
Starting in 1953, Glen and Sylvia Jones owned the cabins for 17 years. The Perreaults, the current owners, then bought the cabins in the spring of 1970.
The Perreaults are originally from Coaticook, Quebec.