Kingsley Pines Family Camp

Address: 51 Coughlan Cove Road, Raymond, Maine, United States | Campground
 
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Location

This campground, located on 51 Coughlan Cove Road, Raymond, is near Point Sebago Golf Resort, Sebago Lake, and Blacksmiths.
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    Travel Blogs from Raymond

    A Successful Day 1

    A travel blog entry by katemoore on Jan 04, 2015

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    Had a perfect travel day yesterday. Actually got away early, 8:45, and had beautiful cold clear weather all day. It was only once we got close to Portland that we saw any snow at all and there it was only deep in the bush. But shortly after we stopped for the night the snow started. It looks like we got about 3" overnight. Luckily we're heading south! Had great Chinese food last night. Who knew we'd find it in Maine! Here's what morning looked like - winter ...

    New Years Eve in Boston

    A travel blog entry by t-l-c on Dec 31, 2014

    ... chose a place to watch the fireworks and watch 15 minutes of some of the best ones we've ever seen.

    Once finished around 100,000 people all of a sudden started leaving the park in every direction and we quickly realised the original plan of catching the subway to Hanover street for dinner would not be the best idea.. Especially as they were now all free. We decided to walk the estimated (by me) 1km walk to the restaurant we had chosen for NYE ...

    The day we never wanted to end

    A travel blog entry by t-l-c on Dec 30, 2014

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    This morning our intention was to check out Portland. We wandered down to the 'old town' which wasn't really an old town but VERY like Port Adelaide! It was cold - about minus 7 - so we were going into many shops just to warm up! When I saw a cheese shop that had samples it was like a dream!! The cheese was all made in Vermont and was delicious. We got talking to the lady about how we'd been hoping to see snow . She suggested if we drive inland about ...

    Leaving the Coast Behind...

    A travel blog entry by dawnrachel on Oct 21, 2014

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    This Blog entry comes to you from the passenger seat of our Nissan Altima sedan as we motor across the state of Maine in the pouring rain on the US95 highway. We have left the coast after some amazing scenery and food experiences and are now heading west towards New Hampshire and Vermont.  We left the port of Bar Harbor at about 4pm and we are driving for as long as we feel like it.  The GPS is set for North Conway, which is at the foot of ...

    Day 76 Fryeburg To Gloucester, Maine Mile:3,974

    A travel blog entry by biketrip2014 on Sep 25, 2014

    21 photos

    ... Maine's Lake Region. I thought Maine would be completely flat. But today's ride was chock full of acute inclines and declines. I had to hop off and push the White Bike, with its recreational gearing, up to the crest of several sharp hills.

    I enjoyed my lunch in Naples, looking out on the sparkling water of Long Lake. The only thing moving in ...