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.
Carved by ancient rivers and scoured by Ice Age glaciers, Sebago Lake fills a basin made of granite that has been weathered for millions of year. Thanks to those glaciers, visitors today an enjoy an array of water sports on Maine's 45 square mile lake.
Services and Facilities
group picnic shelter
RV dumping station
RV hookup (electric and water)
trailered boat launch
Camping season is May 24-Sept 12, 2010. Some of our campgrounds are open all year and allow camping on particular sites. Phone the park before you go to be sure sites are accessible and the park is open to camping at the time you wish to go.
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Wonderful place on the Lake
We LOVE Sebago Lake State Park Campground. The sites sit under towering pines each having their own firepit, and the campground is lakeside. Sandy Beach, crystal clear water, playground, sand volleyball and horseshoes right by the water. The bathrooms are spectacular and the hot showers are FREE! The park has a park ranger stationed at the check in desk and camp hosts that will help you with any questions you have and make recommendations as to what is around. The kids love it here, riding their bikes around the campground or riding them up to the 'candy store' ...