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Sebago Lake Maine Maine Lake

The Lakes Region of Maine

 

The Lakes Region of Maine (Lake Region Area Photos) is a real treat in any season. In summer, fresh water awaits you for boating, swimming or paddling a canoe across the beautiful crystal clear waters.

 

Spring offers some of the finest fishing of land-locked salmon as well as trout and bass. Biking and hiking are perfect ways to get stunning views of the expansive lakes that are surrounded by tree-covered mountains and hillsides. The maples, birches, and oaks surrounding the many lakes, rivers and streams turn to a dazzling blaze of color in Fall, framed between the bright blue water, rolling hills and lighter sky.

 

As for winter, choose your method of gliding across the frozen lakes on a snowmobile, cross county skis, snowshoes or ice skates. Ice fishing is a treasured pastime, while downhill skiing is a favorite for thrill seekers at local ski areas like Shawnee Peak, which is mirrored by Moose Pond at its base.

 

This scenic area includes giant Sebago Lake, the second largest body of water in the state. The Abnaki Indians named this body of water Sebago, meaning "large open water." For a great lakeside campground, Point Sebago has everything you need on vacation including an 18-hole championship golf course. Long Lake is unique for its connection to Sebago Lake via the Songo River, through a unique lock system dating back to 1830 which is still navigable today and can be seen on a guided cruise aboard the Songo Queen paddleboat. The year round communities of this region are rich in history as well as attractions. The Jones Museum in Sebago is the only devoted collection of glass and ceramics in the country. Other fascinating tours include the Naples Historical Society, the 1793 Shaker community located in New Gloucester and the Poland Spring bottling plant. Kezar Lake, the Androscoggin and Saco rivers each have special qualities to enjoy along their shores.

 

Visitors can enjoy the natural resources in preserves like Sebago Lake State Park and the White Mountain National Forest. Lodging in this vacation paradise will suit all styles from camping to lovely inns and lakeside resorts. The plentiful Lakes Region of Maine offers something for everyone, from outdoor sporting to fine dining and shopping artisan craft boutiques.

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