Disclosure: I received a complimentary stay at Migis Lodge. All opinions, as always are my own.
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Last weekend our family traveled up to Migis Lodge in Maine on Sebago Lake for a delightful weekend in a beautiful cottage. Only 2.5 hours from Boston it was a gorgeous drive and the property at Migis is stunning, absolutely stunning…a must visit if you’re looking to escape the hustle and bustle of the city and need to relax! Catch a sneak of my Migis Lodge review below and be sure to read the full post at MyMamihood!
Autumn in New England is simply breathtaking, and if you’re looking to experience the abundant beauty of this ever-changing season, Migis Lodge on Sebago Lake is the perfect family destination, not only in autumn but throughout the summer.Nestled amid 125 acres of wondrous pine forest 45 minutes from Portland, Migis provides it’s guests with a blissful lakefront vacation, a variety of activities and rustic yet luxurious cottage accommodations. This “hidden gem” is perfect for families seeking to escape tense crowded city streets who find enjoyment relaxing fireside, on the sandy shores of the picturesque Sebago Lake with rocky coasts or perhaps reading a book lakeside. Though there are daily activities such as cruises around the lake or hiking, what I enjoyed most about our vacation at Migis (pronounced my-gyss) was standing on our cottage’s deck in the morning, the crisp air cool on my face, though slightly warmed by a low fire in the living room and closing my eyes. I heard sounds of birds in the distance, chipmunks rustling in the leaves and smelled rich pine trees and fresh unfiltered air and I was still. Migis allowed me to be still in the most magnificent location away from congested city streets. It’s no wonder the area was named Migis which means “place to steal away to rest”.