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Campground in Western Lakes/Mountains region make for great family vacations

Western Lakes, Maine, including the towns of Naples, Casco, Fryeburg, Sebago, and Raymond, has a number of campgrounds, including those within Rangeley Lake State Park and Sebago Lake State Park. The cost of camping at ME campgrounds is reasonable and the range of amenities is broad. Highlights of this region are Saco River, Shawnee Peak and Sebago Lake State Park.
Campsite - Point Sebago Golf Resort - Casco, ME
Point Sebago Golf Resort

261 Point Sebago Road Casco, ME, 04015 Phone: 207-558-8000 Toll-Free: 800-655-1232

Vast array of activities, wooded campsites at Maine resort

Point Sebago began as a campground in 1970, and those roots are still strong on the 775-acre property, which offers 100 RV, Travel Trailer and tent sites to choose from. All the sites have water and electricity; many have septic hookups and/or 50 AMP service. Small pets are OK in designated areas. But beyond beautiful sites among the pines, Point Sebago also features programs that have been recognized by Women’s Day Magazine and Woodall’s Campground Directory: nightly entertainment; easy access to boating and swimming at pristine Sebago Lake and a mile of sandy beach; s’mores by the campfire; group sing-alongs; trained camp counselors who organize activities from arts and crafts and movies to kayak races and family line dances.
Sebago Lake Beach at Sebago Lake State Park, Casco-credit-Maine Office of Tourism
Sebago Lake State Park

11 Park Access Road Casco, ME Phone: 207-793-6231

This large park on Sebago Lake has hundreds of camping site, and services for recreational vehicles (RVs). See full description of Sebago Lake State Park.