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Sebago Lake State Park, Casco

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Sebago Lake State Park is a public recreation area encompassing 1,342 acres (543 ha) on the north shore of Sebago Lake in the towns of Naples and Casco, Cumberland County, Maine. It opened in 1938 as one of Maine's original five state parks. The mostly forested park is divided into east and west sections by the Songo River. It is managed by the Maine Department of Agriculture, Conservation and Forestry.

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  • There are about 20 tent sites in the center of the camping area. For most, you park in a near-by lot and carry your equipment maybe 100'. Most of the campers were in RVs. We liked the sites that.....  more »
  • Gem in Sebago Lake. They even run a lock to allow boats to move between the lake and the river. You can watch them working the lock and turning the bridge fir boats. Good for a system that was...  more »
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  • I've been camping here my entire life. The lake is gorgeous and thankfully they haven't yet sold out to people too scared to actually enjoy nature. The campgrounds smell of pine and wood smoke and the sound of children playing frequently permeates the air. There's plenty of hiking trails and paths to bike or walk on. The lake is perfect for swimming, canoeing, kayaking, boating, and fishing. The park rangers are friendly and dedicated to their job and to the environment. There's both camp sites and day areas so everyone can enjoy. I highly recommend visiting someday. It's easily one of my favorite places on earth.
  • Probably the coolest boaters hang out in the whole state of Maine IMHO. The well known Sandbar @ Sebago Lake State Park. On a summer weekend you better get there early because you will have a hard time finding a spot to run up on the bar. Luckily the water is like 3ft deep for half a mile off the beach so you can drop anchor and wade... Pure Summer Awesomeness!!!
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