Sebago Lake State Park RV & Campground Guide


When Sebago Lake State Park was established in 1938, it became one of Maine's first five state parks. It sits on 1,342 acres on the northern shore of the lake, and it is intersected by the Songo River. With its location in southern Maine close to Portland and the state border with New Hampshire, this state park benefits from four distinct seasons. This makes it well-suited for year-round recreation, including hiking, wildlife viewing, snowshoeing, cross-country skiing, motorized and non-motorized boating, fishing, ice fishing and swimming. Amenities include 250 campsites, a boat ramp, beaches, a fishing pier, trails, changing rooms, a snack shack, an amphitheater, a nature center, picnic tables, and more. A few of the closest cities to the park are:

  • Naples

  • Casco

  • Raymond

  • Bridgton

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Spring 26-54 F
Summer 51-81 F
Fall 27-71 F
Winter 5-35 F
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RV Resorts & Campsites in  Sebago Lake State Park

Campground Accommodations

Sebago Lake State Park Campground

  • Water hookup: Yes

  • Sewer hookup: No

  • Wi-Fi: No

  • Pet-friendly: No

  • Max RV length: 40 feet

  • Other amenities: group picnic shelter, playground, electric hookup, showers, picnic tables and fire rings

Sebago’s Crooked River Campground

Sebago’s Crooked River Campground has three lakes with water access for kayaking and other fun. 

  • Water hookup: yes

  • Electrical hookup: yes

  • Sewer hookup: yes

  • Wi-Fi: yes

  • Pet friendly: yes

  • Other amenities: pool, showers, laundry, rec hall, boat rocks, lake access, kayak rentals, fishing

Kokatosi Campground

Kokatosi Campground has themed weekends, and fire trucks that allow passengers to sit on the truck for a ride around the campground. 

  • Water hookup: yes

  • Electrical hookup: yes

  • Sewer hookup: yes

  • Wi-Fi: yes

  • Pet friendly: n/a

  • Other amenities: game room, horseshoe pits, children’s crafts & other scheduled activities, lake access with beach, boat rentals

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What to Do at
 Sebago Lake State Park

Sebago Lake spans 45 square miles, making it Maine's second-largest lake. Both Naples Beach and Witch Cove Beach at Sebago Lake State Park are perfect for swimming on warmer days. Bank fishing, ice fishing, and boat fishing for salmon, trout, largemouth bass, and smallmouth bass are popular activities as well. You can launch your own boat in the park, or you can take advantage of rentals in nearby Raymond and Naples. The five-mile trail system is popular for hiking, mountain biking, cross-country skiing, and snowshoeing.

Inside  Sebago Lake State Park

There are lots of things to do inside Sebago Lake State Park! From hiking and biking to swimming and water fun, here are a few activities you might enjoy:

Hiking: The park has many marked trails for hiking throughout. The easy to moderate trails meander through different ecosystems - forest and woodlands, river areas, and a portion of the lakeshore. Look for wildlife like deer and bald eagles while you’re hiking. 

Snowshoeing and cross-country skiing: There are 5 ½ miles of groomed trails open for snowshoeing and cross-country skiing on the Casco side of the park. There are also 6 miles of ungroomed trails. 

Boating: There is a boat launch, and motorized boating is allowed on the lake. You can also canoe or kayak on the lake.

Fishing: You can fish year-round at the park. During winter, test the ice before venturing out. During summer, you can gain fishing access via the park’s boat launch and the Songo Lock Veteran’s Fishing Pier. 

Swimming: Swimming is allowed in the lake as well.

Fishing Fishing

Anglers can fish for trout, bass, and salmon at Sebago Lake. The lake is open to motorized and non-motorized boats, and a boat launch is available at the park. You can also fish from the shore and at Songo Lake Veteran's Fishing Pier.

Stargazing Stargazing

While you can stargaze from any location on a clear night, Sebago Lake State Park is removed from light pollution and offers ideal conditions. In fact, you may be able to see the Milky Way from the park in July and August. Stargazing is also particularly fantastic in the cold winter months.

Nature Watching Nature Watching

Whether you are relaxing at your campsite or hiking along a trail, you can spot eagles, osprey, ducks, wild turkeys, nuthatches, warblers, and other bird species nesting or flying. In addition to the fish species, Sebago Lake is home to beaver and otters. Land mammals in the park include deer, moose, bears, porcupines, and others.

Hiking Hiking

The five-mile trail system at Sebago Lake State Park winds along Sebago Lake and the Songo River, and it meanders into the forest. Most sections are gravel-packed and flat, and they are suitable for hiking, mountain biking, and winter activities.


Sebago Lake State Park's boat launch is located in the center of the park between Witch Cove Beach and Naples Beach. While rentals are not available at the park, you can rent various types of watercraft in the small towns of Naples and Raymond.

Swimming Swimming

On warmer days, you can take advantage of sandy beaches at the park's Witch Cove Beach and Naples Beach. There are lifeguards on duty during the summer months. The beaches offer concessions, a volleyball net, a horseshoe pit, and other amenities.


Both the Songo River Trail and the Woodlands Trail are well-suited for easy bike rides. Because the trails are mostly flat and well-groomed, you may ride slowly to spot wildlife along the trails.

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How to Get to
 Sebago Lake State Park

Sebago Lake State Park is located on the northern shore of the lake just west of U.S. Highway 302. If you are traveling from Windham, take US-302/ME-35 north. Turn left on State Park Road. If you are traveling from Naples, you will head south on US-302/ME-35. Turn right on State Park Road. From the turnoff on State Park Road, the Sebago Lake State Park entrance is 1.5 miles down the road.

Entering  Sebago Lake State Park

The park is open year-round, and fees are collected via a self-serve station or by the park's staff at the front entrance booth. The day entrance fee is $6 for Maine residents and $8 for non-residents. Camping fees range from $25 to $45 nightly. Parking is available near the trailheads, the beaches, the campsites, and the boat launch.

Maine Residents : $6.0

Non-residents : $8.0

Sebago Lake State Park offers various recreational activities for you to enjoy throughout the year. Whether you are ready for a fun-filled adventure on the water or want to relax with nature, the opportunities are abundant.

Frequently Asked Questions About  Sebago Lake State Park

What is the best time of year to visit  Sebago Lake State Park?

Sebago Lake State Park is open year-round and offers activities that are suited for all seasons. The winter months are popular for ice fishing, snowshoeing, stargazing, and cross-country skiing. Fishing, boating, camping, hiking, and biking are some of the activities suitable for warmer weather.

What kind of wildlife can be found in  Sebago Lake State Park?

While bears and moose can be spotted, sightings are rare. You're more likely to catch a glimpse of deer, chipmunks, porcupines, beavers, otters, and a wide range of bird species.

Are there designated RV camping spots in  Sebago Lake State Park?

Yes. Some RV spots in Sebago Lake State Park are available with a reservation, and others are offered on a first-come, first-serve basis. The spots available are limited in number based on the RV size that they accommodate.

Do you have to reserve a camping spot at  Sebago Lake State Park and what is the cost?

Among the 250 campsites available at Sebago Lake State Park, reservations are permitted for some spots. However, other sites are reserved for drive-in campers. If you choose to reserve a spot, there is an additional $5 reservation fee on top of the nightly rate.

Are pets allowed at  Sebago Lake State Park?

Leashed pets are only allowed at Sebago Lake State Park on the trails and the picnic areas. They are also welcome at the beaches seasonally. Pets are not permitted in any of the camping areas.