Why We Love Sebago
Sebago is a small town of less than 2,000 people in the western corner of populous Cumberland County, Maine. Most of its total area is composed of Sebago Lake, the second largest lake in the state with 105 miles of shoreline. Sebago Lake State Park is located on the lake’s northern shore in the cities of Naples and Casco; it takes less than 20 minutes to drive there from Sebago.
Things to Do in Sebago
Those who enter the state park will have access to sandy beaches, forests, ponds and the Songo River. Families will especially love the two campgrounds, Naples Beach and Witch Cove, which come with 250 sites. There are marked hiking trails and roads for biking. On the east side of the park (Casco side) are groomed trails for cross-country skiing as well as snowshoeing. The Naples side has several miles of ungroomed trails for cross-country skiers. Golf fans can check out Point Sebago Golf Course in Casco.
Lake Sebago itself is an ideal spot for swimming, canoeing and boating. It provides great opportunities for fishing year-round. Ever year during the summer, the public can board the Songo River Queen II, a handsomely made replica of an old paddle steamer, for a cruise upon the lake.
North of Sebago is the city of Bridgton, known for its annual Art in the Park event. To the east is the city of Windham, which boasts an outdoor fun center called Seacoast Adventure. The parks are open only for certain seasons, but it’s all free admittance.
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