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Recent Sebago Lake reviews

  • Perfect, peaceful place.

    "I am reluctant to leave a review of this cabin for fear others might discover one of the sweetest vacation retreats in New England! The cabin was exactly as described, the scenery serene. Whether making s'mores by the firepit steps from the lake, reading by the cabin's fireplace, swimming, sunbathing, conoeing, fishing, or just relaxing, this spot has it all. My family of four (two children 11 &12) had a wonderful time bonding, laughing together, and being "unplugged" (by choice). There are places to buy groceries and supplies, an amusement park for the kid in all of us, antique and junque shops for treasure-hunters, hiking and biking trails for the fitness-conscious, all manner of restaurants serving various cuisines, a cinema for those rainy days, and lots of home-made ice-cream stands - all within about 5-10 miles of the cabin. We were all so reluctant to return to our "normal" lives of deadlines, schedules, stress, and commuting. Once mortals have tasted ambrosia, it's hard to go back to casseroles..."
    Guest: Joy M. Date of Stay: June 2014 Review Submitted: July 5, 2014
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  • Outstanding week by the Lake!

    "My wife and I recently rented the cottage for the week along with our two sons (10 & 12) and four of their friends. The Cottage is tucked back at the end of a private road in Sebago State Park along with only 6 other cottages. Private & quiet but not isolated. Being right in the park was ideal. Kids had access to miles of nearby trails and a choice of 3 spots to enjoy the lake. The main state park beach was only a 5 minute walk and there are clean bathrooms, picnic tables and grills that you can use. However, the spot that everyone loved was the small beach that was literally a minute walk directly behind the cottage. The kids played beach soccer, football, floated on the inner tubes we brought and did what 12 years olds do-run around non stop. We had the beach mostly to ourselves the entire time. The cottage itself had plenty of room for everyone to relax. Four bedrooms and a large room with comfortable cots provided the kids multiple sleeping options. Two full bathrooms/showers along with complimentary shampoo/conditioner kept the kids smelling (relatively) fresh. In the cottage, the owners Scott and Pam thought of every detail, large and small to make for an enjoyable stay-Split firewood for the firepit, charcoal and ligher fluid for the grill, horeshoe pit, canoe, kayaks, hammock, plenty of outdoor furniture and the "little" things like new sponges, dish detergent, clothes detergent and even flashlights that the kids used on their night hikes were greatly appreciated. We particulary loved the large DVD collection. The kids watched a different movie each night and was a great way to get them to have some down time. The other highlight was our nightly "smore" making party as we relaxed and talked about the day. The location to other towns/activiites/restaurants is excellent. We went to a nearby amusement park one day played a few rounds of mini golf another and grabbed ice cream at the Naples Causeway. We ate out a few times but cooked at the cottage the majority of the time. The nearby Umbrella Factory Supermarket(Tony C's) while small, was perfect for stocking up on supplies. Communication with Scott and Pam was prompt and professional at every stage of the process. Extremely pleasant and helpful. Their efforts in making sure we had what we needed did not go unnoticed. If you are looking for a true lake cottage expereince where you can spend some quality time with friends or family this is the ideal place."
    Guest: magasa Date of Stay: August 2014 Review Submitted: September 2, 2014
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  • Great spot for family getaway!

    "We rented Rocky Shore Retreat for one week in July for four adults and two kids. It's a very special spot. Having a pier, dock, private beach, mooring, and floating trampoline dock (brand new) made this the perfect place to really experience the lake. We took full advantage of the kayak, canoe, and windsurfer, and rented power boats from the marina down the street. The deep-water dock made tying up stress-free. A large oak tree in front adds to the beautiful setting, as well as the outdoor fireplace and screened-in porch. There's also a basketball hoop and paved driveway in front, which was an added bonus. The street is extremely quiet and safe. The house itself is spacious and the kitchen well-equipped. It definitely has a "camp" feel to it. If you're looking for a modern house with brand-new appliances and matching silverware, then this isn't the place for you. If you're looking for a charming, fun, family lake cottage, then you won't be able to find a better setting. We would definitely go back!"
    Guest: Katie S. Date of Stay: July 2014 Review Submitted: August 21, 2014
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  • Wow!

    "We just returned home from this perfect cottage. All we can say is WOW! This well-equipped home had anything and everything we could possibly want. From kayaks to clean linens and slipcovers to parchment paper in the kitchen drawer! Even found a few night lights to put around so we wouldn't trip over anything in the dark! Binoculars to watch the loon and her babies swimming on the lake were hanging there for our use. Patty and Eric provide everything! We have 3 pre-teen/teen children and they were totally entertained with swimming, kayaking around, playing board games and taking pictures of the beautiful scenery. We are so glad we found you....it was a little piece of heaven :-). Thank you!!"
    Guest: Lisa D. Date of Stay: July 2014 Review Submitted: July 12, 2014
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Sebago Lake Travel Tips

Stay in Beautiful Sebago Lake Rentals

As you plan your vacation in the northeast, consider Sebago Lake rentals, located in the heart of Maine. Maine lake rentals located on Sebago Lake are quite impressive, boasting views of the huge lake on which you can fish, swim, and boat. Most people who stay in Sebago Lake cottages throughout the year plan on returning repeatedly. The whole family will love this part of Maine; that is for sure!

Maine Lake Rentals and Recreation

If you have never been to the state of Maine, you have missed out on some of the most beautiful scenery on the eastern seaboard. Staying in Sebago Lake rentals will allow you the opportunity to see one of the largest and most impressive lakes in the region, and have a great time doing so. The lake itself is stocked heavily with smelt and salmon, among other varieties of fish which makes for great fishing. So, head out with your poles and catch tonight’s dinner!

Sebago Lake Cottages near the Park

The Sebago Lake State Park, which was opened in 1938, is one of the largest state parks in the area. It is open year-round, making it very accessible from most Sebago Lake rentals. Covering more than 1,400 acres, there are boat launches for those staying in Sebago Lake cottages as well as those staying in other Maine lake rentals. If you feel like roughing it, there is also a campground available.

What to See near Sebago Lake Rentals

Though the views from most Sebago Lake cottages are simply spectacular, there is a lot to see in the area. Frye’s Leap is one place worth mentioning. Frye’s Leap is a short drive from most Maine lake rentals; it is a natural rock outcropping with multiple tiers. If you are feeling adventurous, plan a trip hiking up the rock and leaping off into Sebago Lake. If you do not feel so brave, your kids might!

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