Our Maine Street's Aroostook Issue 5 : Summer 2010 - Page 37

was close to $1 million. The facility gained a reputation early on as one of the lively night spots, with Swamp Fox performances by the likes of Rock Maple, Night Life and Hokum entertaining audiences at the Cock and Feather Lounge. Visitors could make a night of it, starting with a meal at the Coach & Eight Restaurant, before heading to enjoy music and dancing. The restaurant was known for its daily luncheon specials and famous Saturday night buffet, with catering available for luncheon parties. The facility was recognized at that time as “Maine’s newest and most luxurious nite spot.” The Swamp Fox was only around about five years before it changed names and ownership. By March of 1978, the Swamp Fox was no more, having undergone a change to Keddy’s Swamp Fox Motor Inn, then shortened to Keddy