Point Sebago Resort

261 Point Sebago Rd, Casco, 04015, ME

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Overview

Located two and a half hours north of Boston, the Point Sebago Resort offers the perfect family escape in a gorgeous, picturesque location. Perfectly situated on a mile long sandy beach, the 775-acre resort provides a number of lodging accommodations to choose from including park homes, resort cottages, vacation homes and camp sites. Park homes provide comfortable and convenient lodging, and offer approximately 400 square feet of room for the family. If you’re looking for a little more space to spread out in, the resort cottages or vacation homes are a great options as well. The resort offers award winning children’s programs and activities as well as six tennis courts, horseshoes, mini golf and a marina with boat rentals.

Our Editor Loves

  • Children's programs and activities
  • Marina with boat rentals
  • Onsite family dining and nightly entertainment

Family Interests

  • Beach
  • Bicycling
  • Golf
  • Hiking
  • Skiing

Family Amenities

  • Kitchenettes

Reviews

Reunion

by KimMasse

if anyone is looking for an all around great package - have your family reunion at Point Sebago. We just had our 3rd reunion there and in my opinion Ruth and all the staff did a great job of coordinating our function - the first reunion we had just over 100 guest this time we had over 170 guests - the food was great and there was plenty of it. Despite a few hiccups my overall experience was 100%. Thank you

Ok but not great

by lisalisal

We are avid campers and thought we would check out this resort for the week.

PROS. Location is wonderful but no water sites for campers which makes bringing kayaks etc a little tricky.

CONS: People buzzing around all day In the golf carts. It was dusty and annoying. Granted it was. Holiday weekend but it felt like party central with people playing loud music until midnight

They say they are dog friendly which is great BUT it very limiting. You can’t go past a certain road. We have always stayed at campgrounds that are more flexible with their policies. I could not even walk to get ice with my husband and daughter bc the dog was not allowed on main road. I can understand that some people are not dog people but you respect that and just stay to the side. The inflexibility made it difficult for us As a family.

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