Casco is located in the heart of the Sebago Lakes Region. With eight lakes and ponds, there are water activities for every interest, and recreational and business opportunities abound. Our year round population of 3,500 swells to 15,000 during the summer. when youth summer camps and family resorts are in full swing. Many families have made Casco their summer home for generations.
Visitors find Casco is a wonderful place to vacation, relax and shop. We boast a championship golf course, restaurants, a winery, and many antique and gift shops. Our town is also ideally located within an hour of the Southern Maine coast, L.L. Bean and Freeport outlet shopping, as well as New Hampshire’s White Mountain region with it’s many attractions.
CASCO DAYS is a unique event providing affordable family fun since 1935. Always the last Saturday in July, the fun now extends to Thursday and Friday evenings. Casco Days is sponsored by the Casco Fire Association with the help of over 200 volunteers who lend considerable time and effort in support of their community and the Casco Fire Department.
If you are visiting in the winter you can look forward to well-groomed snowmobile trails, nearby downhill and cross country skiing, the annual ice fishing derby on Sebago Lake and Winterfest at Point Sebago.
More information on the town of Casco can be found at: www.cascomaine.org
Square Miles – 36
Population (2000) – 3,500
Distance to Portland – 25 miles
Type of Government – Town Manager/Select Board
Electricity – Central Maine Power
2007-08 Tax Rate – $9.70/per Thousand
Parks and Recreation Department – 207-627-4187
Library – 207-627-4541
Town Office – 207-627-4515
Town Manager – Dave Morton
Address – 635 Meadow Road, P.O. Box 60, Casco, ME 04015
Events in Casco:
Casco Days – View Website