We’ve just closed the ACA Camp for the season – sad for all of us, but an inevitable part of the yearly cycle of camp life.
Today is the very last day of camp – we close on October 15 every year. All our cabin & tent platform folks took their stuff home for the winter; those with boats stored in camp secured them from the elements; some people got in their last overnight stay in a Rental Cabin or their club’s cabins this weekend or just came up to hike and paddle for one last day.
We will reopen on May 1st! So enjoy your fall & winter activities in the meanwhile. We look forward to seeing everyone again in the Spring! Check these pages for updates as the season approaches – especially for Rental Cabins reservations and our new calendar of events. Thank you all for visiting us and making camp a wonderful community!
Our ACA Camp at Lake Sebago opened for the season today, and we hope you’ll join us soon.
Spring has been late in coming, so we’ll be out kayaking, canoeing, sailing, hiking and barbecuing as much as possible to make up for lost time.
Visit our Camp Director’s blog at sites.google.com/site/acalakesebago/home for info on our camp and learn how to visit and get involved.
See you at the lake!
We’re looking forward to a great season at the ACA Camp at Lake Sebago, and we’re planning lots of fun activities.
Take a look at the latest issue of our camp newsletter, CanoeSport, which you can download here:
2018 MARCH CANOESPORT
You’ll find a calendar of events – for kids and families, for beginner and advanced paddlers, for canoe sailors, parties, trips, courses to improve your skills . . .
Hope to see you at camp this season!
(Don’t forget to get a season pass: Season Pass Application 2018)
Join us starting on May 1, 2018, for another great season at the ACA encampment on Lake Sebago in Harriman State Park! The camp is only open to ACA members and is a great benefit of your membership, so please come and utilize the camp. It is a fabulous place to come just to relax. There are many docks to launch your boats off to paddle around the lake or practice paddling skills. We are in the middle of all the hiking trails so you can leave your car at the camp and go hiking, and we have a swimming area as well. There is a daily fee that our members must pay that helps us maintain the camp. There is a fully functioning bathroom with hot showers, which is a nice way to end any activity at camp. If you want to stay overnight at the camp, there are cabins you can rent as well as a tent site area. There are many activities planned in the camp throughout the paddling season (May 1-October 15) so please check out the camp’s Google site to find out all the needed information and event calendar.