Sebago Lake & Naples
Northwest from Portland you’ll find the Sebago Lakes Region. The heart of this region is Sebago Lake. At 54 square miles, it is the second largest waterway in Maine. At the north end of the lake you’ll find Sebago Lake State Park. You can hike, camp, swim, boat and roam in its 1,400 acres year round.
Activities available to you include: You have swimming, boating, windsurfing, picnics and outdoor sports like golf, tennis, horseback riding, skiing, snowmobiling, ice skating, ice fishing, hiking and sightseeing.
In addition to the myriad of outdoor activities and beautiful scenery you have wonderful choices of accommodations, restaurants, shops, historic sites, country fairs and farmers’ markets.
On the northwest shore of the lake you’ll find Naples. In addition to bordering on Sebago Lake, Naples connects to Long Lake which stretches north for 13 miles; the Songo Lock connecting these two lakes gives access to over 40 miles of boating. The “Causeway” has a robust atmosphere with shops, restaurants, many water sport rentals, mini-golf, galleries and great view of the lake.
Casco is on the northeast shore of Lake Sebago. Within its 32 square miles are 6 square miles of lakes, ponds and rivers. For one of the finest viewpoints in the area visit High Country Mission-Hacker’s Hill. One of the state’s largest wineries, Blacksmiths Winery, can be found in Casco on Rt. 302.
South of Casco you’ll get to Raymond. You reach Frye Island near the middle of Sebago Lake by taking a ferry from the end of Raymond Neck.
Sebago is located on the western shore of the Sebago Lake. It covers about 50 square miles of rural beauty of mountains, lakes and ponds. Other towns you’ll enjoy visiting in the Sebago Lakes Region are Windham (the largest town and commercial center of the area boasting shopping, cinemas, restaurants, and many activities), Standish, Brownfield, Denmark, Harrison and Lovell. The fall foliage is this area is unsurpassed!