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Sebago Rentals

About Sebago

77 Houses

Breezy Cottage

Sebago cottage

4 bedrooms / 2 bathrooms / sleeps 8

Responds fast! avg. 3 hours 51 minutes

Price per night from

$230

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Wonderfully Appointed Beach House

Sebago house

3 bedrooms / 2 bathrooms / sleeps 8

Price per night from

$300

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Enjoy September and October Days at Charming 4-bedroom on Beautiful Sebago Lake

Sebago cottage

4 bedrooms / 2 bathrooms / sleeps 8

Responds fast! avg. 1 hour 37 minutes

Price per night from

$206

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Sebago Breezin' Long Beach Sebago Lake Maine

Sebago cottage

2 bedrooms / 1 bathroom / sleeps 4

Price per night from

$166

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BOOKING 2019 BIG SEBAGO LAKE 5 - STAR COTTAGE - SEE REVIEW STORIES

Sebago cottage

2 bedrooms / 1 bathroom / sleeps 6

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$139

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About Sebago

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The town of Sebago in Cumberland County, Maine takes its name from Sebago Lake, Maine’s second-largest lake. Come here to sample Maine Lobster or enjoy the great outdoors, and book your perfect vacation rental with FlipKey.

About Sebago

Once called Flintstown, Sebago was renamed in 1826 and once thrived on its lumber industry. Home to Sebago Lake, the area has become a popular sport for vacationers looking to enjoy the great outdoors. Whether you’re into fishing, boating, kayaking, hiking or biking, you can enjoy it here, with golden sandy beaches to relax on and some of the freshest seafood around to dine on.

In fact, no trip to Sebago is complete without chowing down on some Maine Lobster, traditionally steamed with butter. Or try a clam bake with clams, mussels, lobster, potatoes, onions and corn. The catch of the day here could include Maine Crab, Sheepscots Oysters or Maine Shrimp, and there are blueberry muffins, cakes and pancakes made with some of the juiciest blueberries you’ve ever tasted.

It’s just a short drive (16 miles) to Portland International Jetport.

What to do

Sebago Lake spans 28,771 acres and is 316 feet deep, making it a popular spot for fishing for lake trout, large and small mouth bass, perch and black crappie.

Fancy something a bit more active? Go kayaking or sailing on the lake. Or head for Sebago Lake State Park with its 1,400 acres of woodlands, sandy beaches and wildlife reserves. Here you can go camping, swimming, boating, biking or hiking or just relax with a picnic on the beach.

A bit further afield, enjoy a family day out at Seacoast Fun Park at Windham with its mini golf, rides, go karting and bumper boats, or enjoy a round of golf at Point Sebago’s 18-hole championship course.

Don’t miss Sebago's beautiful beaches either – Tassel Top Beach boasts 900 feet of sand, with outdoor grills, a snack shack and picnic tables making this the perfect family spot.

Top Sebago travel tips

Winters here are cold and snowy, with warm, humid summers. Late spring to fall remains the most popular times to visit, but beware of severe thunderstorms from May to August.

If you’re planning on going hiking or taking part in other outdoor activities, make sure you wear plenty of layers, as the weather is notoriously changeable – and always carry a map and compass, as phone service is limited in some areas.

Lovers of the outdoors will find plenty to do in Sebago, whether you prefer an action-packed vacation or a relaxing family trip.

With dozens of lakeside rentals to choose from, why not browse FlipKey today to find your Sebago stay?

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