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Maine's Sebago Lake Region
Tucked between the Altantic Ocean and the White Mountains of New Hampshire, the Lakes Region of Maine earns its name from the more than 50 lakes scattered among green rolling hills near Sebago Lake, less than half an hour northwest of Portland. Sebago Lake is the second largest lake in the state, covering 45 square miles and over 28000 acres and over 300 feet deep in parts. Vistors come to the area to enjoy the crystal clear water, to swim, fish, boat, water ski, wind surf, canoe, kayack, parsail, camp, hike, collect minerals, golf, and tennis.
Among the popular smaller lakes nearby are Panther Pond, Little Sebago, Long Lake, Thompson Lake, Coffee Pond, Hancock Pond, Brandy Pond, Moose Pond, Pleasant Lake, Crescent Lake, 2 Highland Lakes, Thomas Pond, Saturday Pond, Trickey Pond, & Crystal Lake. Windham, Raymond,Casco, Standish, Sebago, Bridgton, Denmark, Harrison, Naples, Frye Island, Gray, Sweden, & Otisfield are all towns in the Lakes Region.
The best way to enjoy Sebago Lake is to rent one of the many lakefront cottages or homes, or stay at a camp ground or the State Park , which offers campsites, sandy beaches, picnic tables and grills, fishing, a boat ramp, hiking trails, through the woods, bathhouses, and lifeguards. Boats can be rented at one of the local marinas.
If your looking for a beach, check out Tassel Top on Sebago Lake in Raymond is also open to the public and offers a nice beach and views of the lake and of course the State Park in South Casco has a lovely beach that can be enjoyed for the day.
Directions to the area can be gotten from Map Quest, from Portland, take Rt. 302 to Windham, Raymond, or Naples.
Call me today for a tour and fall in love with our area and buy that dream come true property.