DescriptionThe vacation village of Sebago lies among wooded hills a few miles from the west shore of Sebago Lake, Maine's second largest lake. Partly because of its proximity to Portland but mostly because of its lovely scenery and many recreational opportunities, the Sebago region is one of the most popular resort areas in the state.
There is fishing for trout and the indigenous landlocked salmon; local hatcheries keep lakes and streams supplied with both. Boating is especially good on Sebago Lake and the waterway that links it with Long Lake by way of the historic Songo Lock. Sebago Lake State Park, off US 302 between Naples and South Casco, embraces 1,300 acres on the north shore.