South Casco is one of three villages that make up the town of Casco, Maine, and is located on Sebago Lake.
This is the deepest and second largest lake in Maine and contains a seasonally occupied island (Frye Island). The population is approximately 3700, but is heavily visited by tourists in the summer. Casco is home to Sebago Lake State Park (one of the original state parks), “Casco Days” – an annual community fair held in July, and various camps.
Migis Lodge is a traditional Maine family lakeside resort. We have been welcoming generations of guests since 1916. Our Full American Plan resort has 35 private cottages and 6 lodge rooms and rates include three meals per day and full use of the resorts activities including waterskiing, tennis, sailing, canoeing, kayaking, fitness center, shuffleboard, hiking trails, sauna, exercise classes, children’s programs, swimming, picnics, lobster bakes, lake cruises and more! We host up to 170 guests per night at the height of our season.
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