Maine Communities

Between Memorial Day and Columbus Day the lakeside Maine communities fill with visitors eager to soak up a bit of Maine’s charm. Although when the weather gets colder, the pace of activities may slow down, there is never any lack of things to do in the Sebago Lakes Region. If you are looking to relocate here, you will be pleased to know that Mainers are also going to welcome you with open arms!

For more specific information on the lakeside Maine communities, please visit one of region specific pages below:

Casco, Maine

Cute, quaint, and perfect for children, adults, and seniors, Casco, Maine is a great place to live and raise a family. A noteworthy aspect about Casco is… Read more >

Frye Island, Maine

Frye Island, Maine is a place that many people love to visit and call home. It is fairly new, having become a town in 1998. Firstly, Frye Island is in the… Read more >

Naples, Maine

Naples, Maine is a cute little town 30 miles from Portland known for its picturesque small town feel complete with quaint and natural scenery. Located in Western Maine… Read more >

Raymond, Maine

For a natural scenery with an recreational feel, Raymond, Maine is the place for you to go! Raymond, Maine is known for its multiple public beaches as well as… Read more >

Sebago, Maine

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… Read more >

Standish, Maine

Quirky and extremely unique, Standish, Maine is definitely a great place to raise a family and to call home. Standish is located in Cumberland County in… Read more >

Windham, Maine

Windham is a gorgeous city in Cumberland County in the state of Maine. Windham is a fairly large town with a population of 17,000 as of 2010. Windham includes both South Windham as well as… Read more >