Four night minimum stay. This property has been in the Cole family since 1948. It boasts 213 feet of private shore frontage, including 100 feet of private beach on beautiful Sebago Lake in the town of Naples, Maine. Sebago Lake State Park campground is only a few hundred feet away. The Outback Trading Post is a short walk. Sebago Lake is 16 miles long, 10 miles wide and over 300 feet deep. Eagles recently have been sited nesting on Outer Island, which is within view of the property.
We’ve offered the cottage as a vacation rental since May 29, 2010.
Boat moorings, a dock and a nearby launching ramp are available at no additional cost.
Day gatherings under canopies for 32+ people can be coordinated at additional cost. Lobsters/clams, etc. can be steamed outside on-site.
In addition to the log cabin style cottage, which is situated directly on the water, we also have a forested RV site with a direct view of the beach and with full hookups. Contact us for more information.
Less than an hour from Portland and not far from the Maine Turnpike, this could be the perfect spot for a wonderful Maine vacation!
|Nearest Airport||Portland (PWM)||30 miles|
|Nearest Bar||Bray's Brew Pub||5 miles|
|Nearest Beach||Naples Beach||3 meters|
|Nearest Bus||Naples||5 miles|
|Nearest Ferry||Raymond||10 miles|
|Nearest Golf||Naples Golf Course||5 miles|
|Nearest Restaurant||The Galley||5 miles|
|Nearest Ski||Shawnee Peak||15 miles|
|Nearest Train||Portland||30 miles|
Exit the Maine Turnpike at Mile 63.
Turn left onto US Route 202.
Bear right onto State Route 115 (south) to North Windham.
Turn right onto US Route 302 (west) at Booty’s Corner, North Windham.
Continue on US Route 302 through Raymond and Casco.
Pass the entrance to Point Sebago Resort, which will be on your left.
Turn left on State Park Road toward Sebago Lake State Park.
Pass the Sebago Lake State Park Picnic Area entrance on your left; road bears sharply to the right.
Cross the Crooked River Bridge into Naples.
SLOW DOWN and cross the one-lane bridge at Songo Lock.
Upon exiting the bridge, bear right then immediately left onto Thompson’s Point Road.
Note: If you come to the Sebago Lake State Park Camping Area entrance, you’ve gone too far.
Pass the Outback Trading Post on your right.
Turn right onto Quinby Drive (dirt road just prior to several mailboxes–look for orange “Cole” sign.
Pass several driveways on your left.
Bear left at “Cole” sign just before North Shore Campground.
Camp telephone is 207-693-6716/Cellular Telephone is 207-775-7954.
Near Sebago Lake State Park campground and Thompson's Point. Forested area. 213 feet of water frontage.
Rate periods unavailable. Questions?Contact Owner
|Other Charge Type||Price||Charge Type|
|Maine State Lodging Tax||Mandatory||9%||One time|