Sebago Lake State Park is located in Naples, Maine year-round from 9 Am until sunset unless posted at the gate. The park was opened to the public in 1938 as one of the five original state parks. This park is a forested Lakeside park and is situated on the shore of Maine's deepest of the second largest lake which provides year-round recreation for thousands of visitors. It is near the foothills of the White Mountains. There are 1,400 acres that feature sandy beaches, woodlands, ponds, and diverse habitat.
While you are at the Sebago Lake State Park go sport fishing, camping, and boating. Those are some of the most popular summer activities. The park has 250 sites for family vacationers as well as activities on the beach or hiking on marked trails for biking, and, hiking.
The Seago Lake was carved out by the ancient rivers and scoured by Ice Age glaciers. Those glaciers have made the visitors today enjoy a variety of water sports on Maine's 45 square mile lake. The park does have some rules that guests are expected to follow. Feeding the animals is prohibited. fires are only allowed in the provided fire pits, no pets on the beach, and more. Make sure to check out all the rules and regulations before visiting.