This was our first and last trip to Point Sebago. The grounds are well kept and clean. The laundramat was fine, but if you need change or supplies go to the camp store first because it's quite a hike. They need to put a sign on the road to make it easier to find. Plenty of activities for the kids, but from what we could see there is an extra charge for everything. Ate at the restaurant one night. Prime Rib Night, ordered in advance. Food served buffet sytle. Vegetables were cold. Meat luke warm & tough. Had lunch at the snack bar twice. There needs to be some adult supervision. The kids at the pick up window couldn't get the orders straight. Fries were cold. Ice cream snack bar was better and the ice cream was great. Went to Happy Hour one afternoon. Arrived about 3:40. People sitting in the lounge with drinks. Music was deafening. No food in sight. Worst part was the park home we rented. Had stayed in a park home at another campground last year. For about $200 more than Point Sebago had 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, large working kitchen, dining area seating 6, living room with large TV, deck out the front, central air & plenty of hot water.When we checked in the house had been cleaned, beds were made up & towels in racks in the bathrooms.The difference was night & day. Point Sebago - 2 bedrooms, funton in the living room, 13" TV, 1 window air conditioner which does not cool the whole home.Flatware was flimsy & dinner plates were basically large luncheon plates. Linens were delivered and we had to make up our own bed. Bed linens worn, no mattress pads provided. Towels so thin they should be used as dust rags. Other people have complained that the mattresses are hard & uncomfortable. What they didn't mention was how noisy they are. Any time you move, which is often since they're so uncomfortable, they creak & groan so loudly that they can be heard both inside & outside the home. First priority should be to ensure the comfort of their paying guests. They fail. Came home exhausted from lack of sleep with a sore back, hips, neck & shoulders. Grossly overpriced for what you get. They have a lot to learn about being a true resort.
- 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