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The park is found in the southwestern portion of the state and was one of the first state parks to be developed in Maine. The resort town of Naples, lies just outside the park's borders, while a larger town, Windham, is found about 13 miles to the southeast. The nearest large city is Portland, located approximately 30 miles to the southeast, and sits on the coast of the Atlantic Ocean.

The park is largely forested, with the Crooked River splitting it down the middle. The site offers a variety of activities, including camping, hiking, biking and picnicking. As it sits on a large lake, it offers visitors the chance to enjoy numerous water and paddle sports, as well as fishing. It is also a prime spot for viewing leaf colors in the fall.

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Getting Outdoors

Renting an RV at this park will allow you to enjoy all the recreational activities it provides. Sebago Lake, along with Jordan Bay, which branches off of it, is a mainstay of the park. These bodies of water are perfect for fishing, boating, riding a jet ski and paddle sports. Swimming areas are also available, to aid visitors in escaping the summer heat. Paddle a canoe or kayak on the river that feeds into these lakes and enjoy the serene sound of birdsong that surrounds you from the nearby forestland.

Several miles of hiking trails snake throughout the park. These are converted into groomed, cross-country ski trails during the winter months. The trails wander along the shoreline, providing expansive views of the nearby lake. They also make their way through the woodland areas that border the lake. You may be lucky enough to spot some of the many wildlife that call this area home, including deer, bald eagles, and other waterfowl, on your trek.

The park also features ball fields, where games like baseball and softball are enjoyed, as well as a playground for children to clamber on. Horseshoe courts are offered here as well, as are picnic facilities, some of which are wheelchair accessible. With a large lake nearby, beach access is also available at several points.

Camping at Sebago Lake State Park

This park makes camping with an RV a breeze. A large campground is available at the park, and a stay here will give you easy access to all the activities available at this locale.

The campground offers sites both with hookups, and those that are more rustic. They vary in size from small, to those that can handle the largest of RVs. Reservations can be made for many of the sites, though some are held on a first-come-first-served basis as well.

Potable water is made available to guests, as are bathrooms with flush toilets and shower facilities. Many of the sites are shaded, and several offer lakes views. Camping here gives visitors extended access to the beach and lake, outside the times that the park gates are officially open. Pets are not permitted at Sebago Lake Campground. As it provides easy access to so many fun activities, many people enjoy RV camping at Sebago Lake State Park, so any services you need should be easy to find.

Exploring the Area

When you book an RV in Cumberland County, you will find interesting activities that everyone can enjoy nearby. The Songo River Queen is a riverboat that offers cruises and tours. A guide will discuss the historical and natural significance of many of the sites seen on the tour. Steamboat Landing Mini Golf is another fun attraction found in town. This site provides 18 holes that span a wide range of difficulty levels. State park RV camping will allow you the chance to explore all the unique sites the local area offers.

Other exciting adventures you will find in the local region are Naples Seaplane Adventures and Sebago Sailing. The seaplane offers flights of varying lengths that allow people to experience the local region from a unique perspective, with a bird's-eye view. The sailing company provides a variety of sailing tours and rental equipment to help you fully experience the local waterways.

While this is a fairly rural area, several grocery stores and gas stations can be found within 20 miles of town. They will make for an easy stop if you need to refill any supplies. You can also enjoy any of the numerous, locally-owned restaurants available throughout the local region.

If you've been looking for a quiet, Maine lake where you can enjoy a wide variety of recreational activities, consider camping at Sebago Lake State Park. Go for a hike, enjoy boating on the nearby lake, or try your hand at a challenging mini-golf course. Camp in an RV near Sebago Lake State Park and enjoy your time in southern Maine.

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