Known for its four-season attractions, Maine is especially bustling this time of year with summer vacationers from all over the world. Up and down the coast of Maine, from York to Northeast Harbor via US Route 1, the traffic is nonstop. But before heading too far up the coast, and after a lobster roll at The Lobster Shack in Cape Elizabeth, you might want to take a detour to the Sebago Lakes Region. With incredible mountain views, cool lakes and abundant fishing (check out Maine Guides, an array of the best guides Maine has to offer), the Sebago Lake area is a must for the freshwater enthusiast. Boating, fishing, canoeing, swimming… the list goes on.
There are many, many ways to enjoy the day in and around the local towns of Sebago, Windham, Raymond, Naples, Standish and Casco. For instance, how about boarding the Songo River Queen, have a cold beverage and relax while they cruise you around the pristine lake? You could also check out Naples Seaplane Adventures, soar above the lake and take in the beautiful sites from above. Would you rather be meandering in a kayak? Sebago Trails Paddling Company will get you geared up and ready to go. For the golfer, try Point Sebago Golf, an 18-hole championship course. For the not-so championship golfer, Steamboat Landing Mini Golf! Quick and scenic hike? Rattlesnake Mountain Trail and Mayberry Hill Preserve will fill that niche. A must-do event is to experience a drive-in theater. With only about 300 or so left in the US, Bridgton Twin Drive-In is a classic. And don’t forget about that Maine lobster; Lake Region Caterers can bring the lobster bake to you without any fuss or ado.
Whether it be a home ready to move into or lakefront land where you can design and build your special place, we’ve got just the right lake property where you can savor all the sun-filled days in and around the Sebago Lakes Region.