Sebago Lakes Region

Enjoy an active, enriched lifestyle but also an overall sense of security.

Welcome to the Sebago Lakes Region

Quiet lakeside enclaves flanked by woodlands
Encompassing the towns of Sebago, Casco, Windham, Standish, Frye Island, Raymond, and Naples — the Sebago Lakes Region is a popular resort destination beloved by tourists and locals for its beautiful scenery, tranquil atmosphere, and abundant recreational opportunities. 
Rustic luxury is the norm here, with real estate ranging from exquisite estates to antique, New England-style farmhouses with deep water frontage. Lakes Region residents enjoy an active, enriched lifestyle but also an overall sense of security and access to great amenities.

What to Love

  • Peaceful lakeside communities ideal for a relaxing retreat
  • Ample opportunities for outdoor recreation on the waterfront
  • A warm, welcoming community with a down-to-earth personality

Local Lifestyle

Characterized by its waterfront location, the Sebago Lakes Region offers residents a rural feel with everything needed for an idyllic coastal getaway. Tucked within Sebago, the Jones Museum is the country’s only dedicated glass and ceramics collection, while tours of the Naples Historical Society tours are sure to keep history bluffs thrilled. 

Dining, Entertainment & Shopping

Shop at Good Life Market for deli sandwiches, a selection of wines, daily coffee, and fresh produce. Take your boat or a ferry to the quintessential island dining experience at Frye’s Leap General Store & Cafe, popular among locals for their spicy chicken wings and brussels sprouts. Serving great food in a vintage 1902 Casino Building overlooking Long Lake, Rick’s Cafe is the go-to for fish and chips, mozzarella sticks, and fish tacos.

Things to Do

When you live in The Sebago Lakes Region, you’ll enjoy ample opportunities to get outside and explore. Book an island tee time on the nine-hole par 36 Frye Island Golf Course, or relish championship golf at Point Sebago’s 18-hole course, nestled among 500 acres of white birch forest. Take a boat trip down the Songo River to the Songo River Lock — the last remaining of the 19th century Cumberland and Oxford Canal that allows boaters to pass from Long Lake to Sebago Lake. In the heart of the Lakes Region, Sebago Lake State Park is a favorite among locals and vacationers for casual picnics on the green lawns, camping with their kids, or strolling along the lake’s shore.
Book a stay at the exclusive lakeside Migis Lodge, where guests can kayak through the waters of Sebago Lake, partake in outdoor yoga, and enjoy a five-course dinner at the Main Lodge. For over a century, this resort has provided guests with an opportunity to relax and rejuvenate on the shores. With thirty-five private cottages, a stay here is the perfect way to reset. 

Join the crowd in celebrating Casco Days — the largest festival in the Sebago Lakes Region, attracting people from all over with horse pulls and water sports, a grand parade, and plenty of food. Catch a retro film on one of the screens at the old-fashioned Bridgton Twin Drive-in Theatre, or go night skiing at Shawnee Peak.

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