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Migis Lodge

Visiting Migis is like stepping into an L.L. Bean catalog. Cabins and lodge are scattered under pines edging Sebago Lake’s shore. Then there are the beaches and boats, cookouts and cocktails, kids’ programs and family activities. Rates: from $268 per person per night (from $315 mid-July–August), including meals and most activities.

Thirty-one fireplaced cabins and a main lodge are scattered along the shore of Sebago Lake, where a beach, canoes, waterskiing, and fishing await guests come mid-June when the lodge opens. The resort offers tons of kids’ activities, plus tennis
on-site and a golf course nearby.

Best Lakeside Lobster Bake
Get a peek at this exclusive resort by splurging on its Friday-night lobster bake (June-August), available to non-guests by reservation. The all-you-can-eat cookout includes lobster, chowder, corn, steamers, salads, ribs, steak, hot dogs, and dessert.

30 Migis Lodge Road (off Route 302)
South Casco
Migis Lodge
Please Note: This information was accurate at the time of publication. When planning a trip, please confirm details by directly contacting any company or establishment you intend to visit.

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