Located in the county of Cumberland, Sebago (meaning great stretch of water) is a preferred summer vacation destination. People love to spend the summer seasons in Sebago because of the many amazing vacation packages that can be utilized. Some activities to do during the summer in Sebago include golf as well as spending time on the beautiful lake, the second largest lake in all of Maine. With sunsets galore, Sebago is one of the most gorgeous areas to spend time in. In addition to its majestic beauty, Sebago has a ton of available properties to rent or purchase. There are also several pieces of land available for purchase if you are interested in building your own home and saving the most amount of money possible. As for the weather in Sebago, it changes when the seasons change making summer a warmer season than any of the rest.
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During the winter season, it does get quite cold, not unbearable, but definitely crisp and refreshing. The low temperature usually hits around 30 degrees and the high temperature usually is 45-50 degrees. When the weather gets warmer during the spring and winter seasons, water activities are very popular attractions for many. Some popular water activities include kayaking, sailing, canoeing, power boating, etc. While water activities are known as signature Sebago activities, sitting and admiring the beautiful lake is also an option for people visiting or living in Sebago. Many people choose to just laze in front of the lake most of the day, considering it is beautiful and very large at over 8 miles wide and 10 miles long. Sebago is also known for its high number of campsites, 250 to be exact spread out over 1400 acres. Many of these campsites are luxurious and offer deluxe options, while other campsites in Sebago offer the usual camping fare. Search for Sebago Maine real estate below.
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