Trails Near Sebago Lake State Park - Cumberland County, ME

Coordinate

Latitude: 43.92091
Longitude: -70.58061

Nearest City
Naples, ME (1.7 miles away)

Sebago Lake State Park, a park located in Cumberland County, Maine. Topo map of lat 43.9209 and long -70.5806. Topo maps, latitude and longitude coordinates, and address for Sebago Lake State Park.


Nearby Trails

  • Songo River and Brandy Pond
    “People from away” (what we Mainers call people not born here) come to Maine to spend time in the Sebago Lake area. Many of those visitors, as well as the locals, love being able to tra…

    From the guidebook Paddling Southern Maine

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  • Crooked River
    As its name suggests, Crooked River meanders north, twisting and turning for approximately 50 miles. This river begins in Albany at Songo Pond and continues until it joins the Songo Riv…

    From the guidebook Paddling Southern Maine

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  • Trickey Pond
    A local angler told us this pond gets its name from the tricky afternoon winds that can come up quickly on this little beauty. He recommends getting here early or late to avoid the chop…

    From the guidebook Paddling Southern Maine

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  • Thomas Pond
    When you think of a Maine pond, you likely picture pine trees standing tall along the shores, huge boulders rising above the surface from which kids are jumping into the water, loons da…

    From the guidebook Paddling Southern Maine

    Trails in Raymond, ME - Flatwater Kayaking & Canoeing

  • Peabody Pond
    You know you’re on country roads when they have no centerline, and when they turn into dirt roads you know you’re heading for a remote, stunning destination. Peabody Pond is one of thos…

    From the guidebook Paddling Southern Maine

    Trails in Sebago, ME - Flatwater Kayaking & Canoeing

  • Coffee Pond
    Coffee Pond is spring-fed and there are few ponds in Maine with clearer water. Lucky paddlers may get to observe pairs of loons teaching their chicks to fish or see adult loons darting …

    From the guidebook Paddling Southern Maine

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  • Tenny River, Crescent Lake, and Panther Pond
    When Mother Nature offers sunshine and warm temperatures, we long to get out on the water. When she decides wind is part of her plan, we head for protected paddling areas like Tenny Riv…

    From the guidebook Paddling Southern Maine

    Trails in Raymond, ME - Flatwater Kayaking & Canoeing

  • Bri-Mar Trail
    Bri-Mar Trail is a hiking trail in Cumberland County, Maine. It is 1.3 miles long and begins at 460 feet altitude. Traveling the entire trail is 2.5 miles with a total elevation gain of…

    From the guidebook Mountain Biking Virginia

    Trails in Cumberland County, ME - Hiking, Trail Running, Walking - 1.3 miles long

  • Douglas Mountain
    Douglas Mountain is the highest of the Saddleback Hills between the Saco River and Sebago Lake. The stone tower on its summit offers fine views of nearby Sebago Lake, the White Mountain…

    From the guidebook Best Easy Day Hikes Portland, Maine

    Trails in Sebago, ME - Hiking - 2.2 miles long

  • Eagle Scout Trail
    Eagle Scout Trail is a hiking trail in Cumberland County, Maine. It is a mile long and begins at 993 feet altitude. Traveling the entire trail is two miles with a total elevation gain o…

    From the guidebook Mountain Biking Virginia

    Trails in Cumberland County, ME - Hiking, Trail Running, Walking - 1.0 miles long

Sebago Lake State Park Photos

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