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 original Maine state parks.
This state park offers 250 campsites, two public boat launch areas, and bathrooms. The park is mostly forested and encompasses 1,400 acres. The woods provide a respite from the sun and beach activities and are enjoyed by hikers, bikers, and nature walkers alike. The park is open from May 1 to October 15.
Sebago Lake State Park is divided into two areas for camping - Naples Beach and Witch Cove. Besides the beach areas, both sites offer boat ramps and bathrooms with flush toilets and hot showers.
While the park is popular with campers, many day-trippers pay a visit to the park on hot summer days just to enjoy the beach and great swimming. There are plenty of areas that have picnic tables and fireplaces, so pack a lunch and bring the kids.
Of course the big attraction here is the lake itself - the great Sebago Lake. Carved out by glaciers eons ago, Sebago Lake is Maine's second largest lake and its deepest at 315 feet deep. It offers 45 square miles of clean, clear water and is a wonderful place to enjoy all fresh water recreation - swimming, fishing, and boating of all kinds.
No matter what your water recreation pleasure, you can satisfy it at Sebago Lake.