Four rustic cabins and a primitive ground tent site are available for ACA members’ use for up to three continuous weeks in the division camp at Lake Sebago in Harriman State Park. The season is from May 1 through October 15, 2018. Cabins can be rented online starting on April 1, 2018 at 7:00 p.m. At that time there will be links on this page to a dedicated calendar of availability for each cabin with an online registration form. There will not be a lottery this year and rentals will be on a first come, first served basis. Check back for more information on our new process.
You are responsible for following all camp and rental cabin rules and ensuring that your guests do as well, including payment of daily camp fees or having a season pass for you and your guests. A full listing of all camp and rental cabin rules will be provided to you when your reservation is confirmed. They can also be found here: https://sites.google.com/site/acalakesebago/about-us. When you have guests, you are required to be in attendance while they are at the camp. Your guests cannot be at camp without you. According to the park rules, you are not allowed to bring pets into the camp.
What We Offer
The cabins are: Lakeside (505), Overlook (518), Bliss (523) and Hilltop Lodge (501). Each cabin has electricity, a refrigerator, a cooking stove, microwave, coffee maker, table and chairs, dishes, pots and pans, cleaning supplies, tableware, screened windows and beds (no bedding). Each has a picnic table and fireplace. Remember, you must bring your own sheets and blankets.
Pick the Appropriate Cabin
- Bliss sleeps six. Each of its two bedrooms has a set of bunk beds and an additional bed.
- Lakeside sleeps four. It has one bedroom with two beds and two daybeds in the lounge area.
- Overlook sleeps up to five. It has one bedroom with a set of bunk beds and a single bed. The living room has two sleeping couches.
- Hilltop is suitable for large families and groups of up to eighteen people. It provides a lounge area and a separate kitchen with running water. Three bedrooms sleep up to six people each in bunk beds. It is adjacent to the camp recreation room.
- Tent Site: At the edge of the camp, beyond tent platform 12, a primitive tent site can be reserved for ground tenting. There is a fireplace and a picnic table (no electricity). All gear and supplies, including water, must be packed in. A maximum of two tents and eight people may use this site.
The camp provides two separate latrines with flush toilets. One latrine has hot water and showers. There is a swimming dock, boat-launching areas, hiking on marked trails, and fishing with a NYS fishing license for all sixteen years and older.
Eligibility & Time
Only a current Atlantic Division adult member twenty-one years and older may rent a cabin up to a limit of three continuous weeks. The minimum period is one week from July 2nd to September 26th. The weekly rental period is from Sunday at 6 pm through the following Sunday at 3 pm. All cabins must be cleaned by check-out for the next guest.
The cost to rent is $210 per week for Bliss, Lakeside and Overlook, except for the holiday weeks of July 1st through 8th and August 26th through September 3rd, which will cost $280. For the same holiday time-periods, Hilltop is $455 but normally $350. There is a three-night minimum rental for the holiday weekends of Memorial day, Labor day and Columbus day weekends. Bliss, Overlook and Lakeside will be $120 and $210 for Hilltop for these three day weekends.
Except during the weekly season outlined above, shorter stays are available, with a minimum rental of two nights. The cost is $35 per night for Bliss, Lakeside and Overlook and $65 for Hilltop Lodge. The ground tent site is $10 per night. The maximum tent site rental is two weeks or two weekends.
Payment for rental cabin fees are made through PayPal as part of our online booking site. After your ACA membership is confirmed, a confirmation of your rental request will be emailed to you by the Registrar.
All individuals staying in rental cabins are required to sign waivers. Waivers can be found in your cabin and should be signed upon arrival at camp and provided to the Camp Director. Any rental parties not providing signed waivers to the Camp Director will risk forfeiture of their deposit.
Registrar: Donna Troia.
Have any questions? Contact us.