Why We Love Raymond
Raymond could be described as a sleepy town that sees the most action during the summer months when residents and tourists enjoy the outdoor elements the Portland–South and Portland–Biddeford area has to offer. During the 2010 census, this small town only consisted of 4,436 residents that grew to 4,497 in 2017. Here are three things to do in Raymond, Maine:
Sebago Lake State Park
Raymond Neck is the area where the ferry for Frye Island in Sebago Lake lands. The Lake is the second-largest in Maine. It takes up a total of 28,771 acres, and there is plenty to do in and around it including swimming, boating and fishing.
Tassel Top Park
Tassel Top Park is also a beach. It is situated off Sebago Lake and takes up 35 acres of land. Picnic tables, outdoor grills and changing rooms are at the disposal of outdoor adventurers. Although swimming is allowed, this is not an area that is supervised by lifeguards. A .90-mile walking path allows wanderers to explore a small portion of Maine woods. When you need a break or some food, head over to the Snack Shack.
Rattlesnake Mountain Trail
The Rattlesnake Mountain Trail is a 2.5 miles long and can be reached through the Bri-Mar Trail. It can be accessed year-round although hikers and walkers are encouraged to exercise caution during the winter months. It includes spectacular views of the Panther Lake as well as other nature elements.
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