Sebago Lake State Park

September 1, 2013

Milfoil Success Story on Songo River in Sebago Lakes Region of Maine

“Milfoil Area” buoy on Songo River near Sebago Lake, Casco, Maine Many lakefront property owners in the Sebago Lakes Region of Maine travel from Long Lake, through Brandy Pond, down the Songo River to Sebago Lake throughout the summer season. Several years ago, thick stands of […]
April 28, 2013

Hikes In and Around Sebago Lake, Maine

Nighttime falling on Sebago Lake, Maine Sebago Lake is Maine’s second largest lake and the third largest in New England. Its Native American name, “Sebago,” means “Great Stretch of Water.” This water stretches eight miles wide and twelve miles long. Covering 28,771 acres or 45.6 square […]
December 30, 2012

Hikes In and Around Naples, Maine

View from the Causeway, Naples, Maine Before or after a day on the water, you may want to stretch your legs and enjoy a walk or hike near your lakefront property in Naples, Maine. Lakefront Properties For Sale on Naples, Maine View Vacation Rentals on Long […]
October 28, 2012

Hikes Near Lakefront Property in Casco, Maine

Autumn Color on Thompson Lake, Casco, Maine Need a break from shopping for lakefront property on Sebago, Thompson, Pleasant or Crescent Lakes in Casco, Maine? Whether you hike for exercise, recreation or to take in a scenic view, tucked among the rolling hills are five hiking […]
July 28, 2011

Enjoy the Natural Bounty of the Sebago Lakes Region

Moored boats on Long Lake, Harrison, Maine in the Sebago Lakes Region While shopping for lakefront property near Sebago Lake State Park, traveling through the region on your way to North Conway, New Hampshire and the White Mountains, or Freeport, Maine and L.L. Bean, we know […]
April 27, 2009

Sebago Lake State Park Welcomes Vacationers to Lakes Region

Sebago Lake State Park is a popular state park in Maine that is well-known for camping, boating, swimming, and recreation. Located in the town of Naples at the north end of mighty Sebago Lake, the state park was founded in 1938 as one of the five […]