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Sebago, Maine


Near the foothills of the White Mountains, Sebago is a quiet and friendly town on the western shore of Sebago Lake and home to Sebago Lake State Park. Camping is very big in the Lakes Region, with choices ranging from deluxe lakeside RV sites and cabins to traditional tenting on wooded lots. The 1,400 acres of sandy beaches, extensive woodlands, ponds, bogs a river and diverse habitat is just some of what Sebago, ME has to offer.

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Living in Sebago, Maine offers residents a rural feel while being only a short drive to shops, restaurants, and sandy beaches.

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