AUGUSTA, Maine — Maine park officials say they’ll accept reservations for one of the state’s most popular campgrounds, Sebago Lake State Park, later this week.
The Bureau of Parks and Lands reservation system will be open for Sebago reservations only on Wednesday, Feb. 1, and for all state park campgrounds at 9 a.m. Monday, Feb. 6.
The starting dates for online reservations are being split to reduce wait times for campers.
There will be no fee increase for sites at the state park campgrounds. Fees do vary from campground to campground, with the highest fees for nonresidents who want sites with water and electricity hookups.
Campers can make reservations at Maine state campgrounds online at www.campwithme.com. They can also call state offices, mail in reservations or drop them off.