Looking for a campground in the Sebago Lake region? Our comprehensive listing will help you locate just what your looking for. You’ll find the perfect place to stay at Visit Sebago Lake!
295 Sebago Road
In 2004 a brand-new campground opened and campers were invited to experience its facilities. The goal of Naples Campground is to provide the camper with outstanding customer service in a friendly, laid-back environment. We know that your vacation time is special and we intend to provide our campers with the most enjoyment in a limited amount of time. We feel we have succeeded because those who tried our campground the first season are now returning and bringing their friends. We sincerely thank them for their loyalty and support! Since that first season Naples Campground has made sites longer to accommodate the 38 to 40 foot campers, added free WIFI, added a kitchen with a nice selection of “good food at reasonable prices”. We have also added entertainment and activities, including a hayride trailer.
Nason’s Beach Campground
875 Sebago Rd
So many local attractions and such a magnificent variety of outdoors recreation will make you pleased you came. But wait, there’s more to do close to Nason’s Beach and Campground. Whitewater paddling is splendid on Saco River, and needless to say Northwest River flows through this region. This campground has so much entertaining stuff to offer. The welcoming people working here and all the fun things to do will make you feel magnificent. Everybody must go for a camping trip now and then, and Nason’s Beach and Campground in Maine is a magnificent location to go. Outdoors recreation is plentiful, some of the entertaining stuff you can do is swimming, whitewater paddling, playing golf, and fishing, so getting bored is not something that is likely to happen.
261 Point Sebago Road
Point Sebago Resort is located on the shores of pristine Sebago Lake, Southern Maine’s largest lake. Enjoy a picturesque lakefront setting that combines award winning free children’s programs with a friendly, caring staff, a marina, a nationally recognized 18-hole championship golf course, a lake view restaurant, a fabulous entertainment program, lounge and a host of other recreational amenities to offer the ultimate vacation getaway. Point Sebago has been nationally recognized as the Northeast’s premier family outdoor resort and the a perfect family vacation. With 775 shore front and wooded acres, we are the perfect place for your spring and fall getaways, and summer long family vacation weeks.
Sebago Lake Family Campground
1550 Richville Road
Sebago Lake Family Campground is a small, family-oriented campground with 101 campsites and 8 cottages nestled in the tall pines in the beautiful Sebago Lake area. Our campsites are large, private, wooded … and perfect for whatever type of camping you choose. Our 600 ft. private beach on Sebago Lake is located directly across from the campground, offering great swimming facilities. You will have access to 45 miles of water on Sebago & Long Lakes. You can hike, boat, swim, explore, or just relax. Whatever you choose, there is something for everybody. If you are looking for a nice, quiet, relaxing camping experience, you are sure to enjoy your stay at Sebago Lake Family Campground.
Sebago Lake State Park
11 Park Access Road
Sebago Lake State Park opened to the public in 1938 as one of the five original state parks. This forested lakeside park is situated on the shore of Maine’s deepest and second largest lake which provides year-round recreation for thousands of visitors each year. Near the foothills of the While Mountains, the park’s 1,400 acres features sandy beaches, extensive woodlands, ponds, bogs a river and diverse habitat for a wide variety of plant and animal life. Swimming, sport fishing, camping and boating are some of the summer activities enjoyed by visitors. The park’s 250-site campground is a popular destination for family vacationers and provides lasting memories season after season. Wooded areas offer a respite from the sun and activity on the beaches. Whether hiking on marked trails or bicycling on park roads, visitors find many way to enjoy the park.