Halloween Family Weekend Packages from $45 for 2 Nights
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Expiration: 2009-10-15
Looking for a ghoulish getaway with the kids? Point Sebago Resort in Maine has a Halloween Family Weekend from October 16-18 that's great fun for kids. The package includes two nights' lodging, meals and unlimited use of the property's facilities, including golf, tennis, canoes and kayaks, fishing, and more. In addition, the price includes supervised activities for the kids, haunted hayrides, pumpkin-decorating, a costume party, trick-or-treating, nightly entertainment, and -- surprise -- candy!

The rates for the weekend are as follows. Please note that they include two nights' lodging, meals and activities, and are based on double occupancy. Up to two children age 11 and under are an additional $25 each per day, and additional children age 11 and under are $35 each. Children ages 12 to 17 are an additional $60 each (per weekend).

Camp Site $150
Park Trailer $195
Park Homes $195
Equipped Park Home $215
Resort Cottage $230
Vacation Homes $250

You may also opt out of the meal plan, in which case the weekend rates are as follows:

Camp Site $45
Park Trailer $139
Park Homes $139
Equipped Park Home $153
Resort Cottage $154
Vacation Homes $200

Maine State Lodging Tax is not included in any of the above rates.

Call 1-800-530-1555 for more information or to make reservations.
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For more information and reservations, please visit the Point Sebago Web site
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