Migis Lodge

Migis Lodge

A rustic (but not too rustic) family camp on Maine’s Sebago Lake, Migis dates back to 1916 (its early owner was the founder of the Camp Fire Girls). The lake is the center of the action—sailing, paddling, fishing, powerboating, waterskiing, and other aquatic pursuits keep families busy. On land, there’s always horseshoes or shuffleboard outside the spacious, modern lodge.

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