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Things to do and events

10
Apr
New England RV and Camping Expo
Visit RV dealers across New England to shop their latest models and deals and even purchase your dream RV! Then visit Campground and Camping Vendor Booths in the Expo Hall. Find your next camping adventure with the Campground booths and find camping supplies at the Camping Vendor booths, all without leaving home! The industry’s top speakers will be hosting Educational Seminars and Workshops throughout the event with topics to support and educate every type of camper out there. Network with other campers throughout the country through the online platform to converse on our favorite topic, all things camping! Visit www.NewEnglandRVandCampingExpo.com to sign up today! A low admission price of $20 gets you all of this, and more. This is a one-time fee for anyone in your household who wants to attend. No additional admission is needed for family members LOGGING ON WITH YOU that can share this experience with you.
9:00am
15
May
Opening Day 2021
The start of the 2021 Camping Season!
23
Jul
Christmas in July
Friday: Kids' Christmas Bingo and Cookie decorating Outdoor Christmas movie Saturday: Kids Crafts Reindeer Games Wet & Wild Hayless Hayride Santa ride through Campground followed by story, cookies, photo booth Christmas Karaoke
30
Jul
60th Anniversary Celebration Weekend
Join us as we celebrate 60 years of camping on Trickey Pond! Fun events and activities, and a performance from a Nashville music entertainer! More details coming soon!
13
Aug
Halloween Weekend
Kids and adult activities. Come create a fun Halloween craft on Saturday morning. Site decorating contest with prizes for best sites. Trick-or-treating to dress up in your favorite costume. Prizes for best costumes will be available! Please remember to bring treats to hand out to all our little ghosts and goblins!
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Sebago Lake State Park

Sebago Lake State Park opened to the public in 1938. Its shore is part of Maine's deepest and second largest lake. With tons of outdoor activities like swimming, boating, and fishing there is no reason not to enjoy this gorgeous state park.

Shawnee Peak

During the winter enjoy skiing and snowboarding, and during the summer guests can hike the mountain or pick blueberries. Enjoy the amazing views that Shawnee Peak has to offer.

Black Bear Cafe

This cute Irish Pub is the perfect place for food, Irish music, and a full bar. Enjoy a great night at this cafe with good food and great service what is not to love.

Maine Wildlife Park

Maine Wildlife Park has a variety of animals to see, all of the animals that are here were brought because they were injured, orphaned, or because the became human dependent (raised, sometimes illegally, in captivity.)

Hacker's Hill Preserve

Hacker's Hill Preserve includes several towns including Bridgton, Casco, Denmark, Naples, Harrison, Sebago, and Raymond. The area occupies 320 square miles and is directly north of Lake Sebago.

Tassel Top Park

On the east shore of Sebago Lake is where Tassel Top Park is situated. There is about 900 feet of sandy beaches visitors can enjoy swimming ice-cream, hot foods, and picnic tables.
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