Standard (tent/RV)
Cabins
RV Sites
Tent Sites
Fires Allowed
Pets Allowed
Drinking Water
About Point Sebago

Point Sebago has 100 RV, Travel Trailer, and Tent sites to choose from. All sites have water and electricity. Many have septic hookups and/or 50 AMP service.

Pump-out service is available. Small pets are allowed in specially designated site areas.

Operator
Private
Access
Drive In
Walk In
Boat In
Features
Alcohol Allowed
Drinking Water
Electric Hookups
Fires Allowed
Firewood Available
Market
Pets Allowed
Phone Service
Picnic Table
Reservable
Sanitary Dump
Sewer Hookups
Showers
Toilets
Trash Available
Water Hookups
WiFi
Location
Point Sebago is located in Maine
Latitude
43.9159 N
Longitude
-70.5539 W
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Directions
Point Sebago Resort is easy to get to. Only 2.5 hours north of Boston (Exit 48 off the Maine Turnpike and just 22 miles on Route 302). Conveniently located between Portland, ME and North Conway, NH. Point Sebago is located in Casco on Route 302.
4 Reviews of Point Sebago
This is a family resort with camp homes instead of hotels

Point Sebago fills a niche that makes it my favorite place to go. 

It is full of family activities happening all throughout the day and separated by age group, which makes it easy for everyone in the family to have something they want to do. 

I hesitate to call this a campground because this is kind of a resort that offers camp sites and camp houses instead of a hotel. 

The key draw to this place for me is Sebago lake, which connects to Long Lake, and is some of the best boating I've done. The water is clean and clear, the state park has a great beach, as well as some nice sandbars and beaches elsewhere on the lakes. 

To be clear: If you like to camp at state parks, traditional campgrounds, the normal camping experience, this may be too built up for you. As this is a large resort with a golf course attached, there are golf carts everywhere. Probably 75%+ of the sites are camphomes, which are single wide 2 bedroom rentable cabins. I'd love to see a few of these go away and it transition to more RV sites.

Nice for families

This is what I would call camping for those that still want all the comforts of a resort, which is exactly what this place is. There a few tent sites and some RV sites, but Point Sebago is mainly full of their “cabins.” The “cabins” can be rented too. The sites have water and electricity which is nice and you have access to many of the resort amenities, of which there are lots. It wasn’t may favorite place to camp, but it wouldn’t be bad for families just starting to get into camping.

Beachy lake outside Portland

Sandy beach with lots of trees, wetlands, bogs, a neat juxtaposition. Some of the campsites are near the water, most are now. There are some walk-up sites that we enjoyed---not too far from the car but far enough to give a bit more of a wilderness feel. They have showers and water, not much else. Make reservations throughout summer. They had a nice astronomy program by the local telescope club while we visited and the rangers spoke of other programs.

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Point Sebago

This is a great camp ground, I went there when I was younger and it has a week special for family camping. It has many different activities and entertainment, but also boasts child and adult specific activities as well. The lake is beautiful and right in the campground which makes it easy when you do want to hit the beach.