Maplewood Inn & Motel

Address: 549 Roosevelt Trl, (Route 302), Casco, Maine, 04015, United States | Motel
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This motel, located on 549 Roosevelt Trl, (Route 302), Casco, is near Point Sebago Golf Resort, Sebago Lake, Songo River, and Blacksmiths.
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    Travel Blogs from Casco

    Onward to Portland Maine

    A travel blog entry by bendtla on Jul 09, 2015

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    ... are just a smear of objects going by. The things I would have liked a picture of are the trees/bushes along the road with cone shaped blooms coming out of the top, I believe they are called Sumac. The other thing is the sloughs covered in lily pads, blooming in pinks and whites. We got stuck in a traffic jam on the interstate in Massachusetts! An hour and a half ...

    That's All Folks!

    A travel blog entry by rissassipa on Jun 27, 2015


    ... t wait to Ride Ultimate Scenic Highways with you all again soon. If you ever have a chance to do one of their rides--DO IT!!!

    Thanks to my mother-in-law, Diane, for keeping an eye on our house and pets while we were gone. I'm almost home kitties!

    I would also like to thank Ken, Vicky, Margarita, Mike, Jeff, Marieta, and all the other Lakes & ...

    Not as much rain as yesterday

    A travel blog entry by theoneride on Jun 10, 2015

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    Today started off in Madawaska ME with more rain, The Best Western in Edmundston Canada was very nice. The General Manager Marc took nearly $80 off my bill when I told him what I was doing with The ONE Ride. Thank you Marc. Crossing the Canadian border in the rain, again, the US customs agent gave me a great tip. I would be a mile from the very beginning of US ...

    The biggest adventure of all.

    A travel blog entry by prawn0 on Jun 06, 2014

    ... were. When we pulled up to camp we literally pulled into a driveway surrounded by big trees where there were wooden buildings every so often amongst the trees. We were greeted and signed in by one of the admin staff and then pretty much left to our own devices before dinner. We did get shown to our cabins though, mine temporary one is called poohs corner and is made out of wood with bunk beds. Basically you can picture the typical American stereotype of ...


    A travel blog entry by zoopnfritch on Jul 06, 2013

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    ... apartment and apologized for eavesdropping and then gave us directions to our next stop. Everyone was just laid back and pleasant.

    Since it was so hot and we both were lacking sleep, we cut some of the things out of our Portland itinerary (namely the lighthouses) and headed back closer to our campsite to a little town called Freeport, which we both loved. I think I actually preferred Freeport over Portland. We got ...