Travel / Lodging

Area Lodging

Maine’s slogan is Vacationland. There are many, many interesting places to visit and many different types of accommodations: national-chain motels, bed & breakfasts, classic inns, resorts and camp grounds. ¬†Parents often enjoy exploring the area while their child/children are at camp.

(Camp Nashoba North Lodging Recommendations)

Here are some other examples.

Motels near Portland:

Airport (South Portland) I-95 (Maine Turnpike): Exit 45 (formerly Exit #7) (1st right to Maine Mall Road). At light turn right onto Maine Mall Road and cross overpass.

Comfort Inn (** rating) – 90 Maine mall Road www.comfortinn.com
Portland Days Inn (** rating) – 461 Maine Mall Road www.daysinnportlandme.com
Sheraton South Portland (**** rating) – 363 Maine Mall Road www.sheraton.com
Westbrook (Portland) Exit 48 about 15 miles south of the Gray exit on I-95
Ramada Limited Portland www.ramada.com (search Maine/Portland)
Portland Travelodge www.travelodge.com (search Maine/Portland)
Motel 6 www.motel6.com (search Maine/Portland)

Inns & Motels in the area:

Alyssa’s Motel – Casco on Thomas Pond www.alyssasmotel.com
Maplewood Inn & Motel – Casco www.shindamen.com/mwi/home-intro.htm
White Pines at Sebago Lake – Raymond www.whitepinesmaine.com
Inn at Long Lake – Naples www.innatlonglake.com
Migis Lodge – S. Casco www.migis.com
Pleasant Lake House B&B – Casco www.pleasantlakehouse.com
Northern Pines B&B Plus – Crescent Lake (on the same lake as Northeast Rowing Center) www.maine.com/norpines

Inns south of Portland on the ocean:

Inn by the Sea – Cape Elizabeth www.innbythesea.com
Black Point Inn – Prouts Neck www.blackpointinn.com

And there are numerous motels, B&Bs, inns and lodges a bit further from our area