I have mixed opinions. It is probably the absolute best place to go for being on such a beautiful lake. The service however was terrible the Fourth of July week. Maybe one of the many employees a day was polite. I was literally yelled at for parking my bike in front of the bathroom instead of at the bike rack. I didn't appreciate being scolded like a naughty child. The front desk person also made me sound like I was stupid for asking about where to park. They enforce all rules strictly especially the pet rules (not a pet friendly campground even if they do allow them) and the rule about having only one car on the site. If you are the visitor you have to park at the welcome center which is a hike. It's cool that they offer golfcart rentals but those are overpriced and it makes it really hard to sleep in the morning when they wiz by. The bathrooms were disgusting and had mold growing in the shower. If you are going for scenic purposes though it really is one of the best campsites to go to. Depends what you are looking for really, scenic or service because you won't get both.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Lets get the Point: we have the perfect family vacation! Award winning free children's programs and activities, nightly entertainment, Outdoor Sports Center, 6 tennis courts, Lakeview Restaurant, miniature golf, shuffleboard, horseshoes, wireless Internet access and much more. 775-Acre resort with nearly one mile of sandy beach on pristine Sebago Lake. Complete marina with boat slip rentals and boat rentals. Plus Golf Digest recognized 18-hole championship golf course considered the best in Southern Maine. All inclusive Golf vacation and getaway packages available. 2.5 hours north of Boston. Maine's Family Outdoor Resort. ... more less
- Also Known As:
- Point Sebago Hotel Casco
- Hotel Point Sebago
- Point Sebago Maine/Casco