Sebago Lake State Park Trail Activities

Trail Conditions

January 29, 2015 | Trails have received a significant amount of snow, deep powder conditions, and more is expected this weekend.

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Trail Overview & Activities Listing

The well marked, easy to moderate, trails meander through a variety of forest types and woodland cover as well as a stretch along the Songo River and a portion of the north shore of Sebago Lake. Wildlife such as deer and bald eagles are often encountered while out on the trails.

Park Hours: Open all year; 9:00 a.m. to sunset daily unless otherwise signed at the gate.
Fee collected at entry booth by staff or self-service station.

Winter trail maps are available at the parking areas.

Camping & Picnicking

Summer Camping

Winter Camping

  • Winter camping is available at the park. For more information, please contact the park at 207-693-6231.

Picnicking

Cross-country Skiing

  • Five and a half miles of groomed trails are open for xc-skiing on the Casco side of the park. We set track on 3.7 miles and have 1.5 miles groomed specifically for skate skiing.
  • 6 miles of ungroomed trails are available on the Naples side of the park.
  • Easy to moderate trails meander through a variety of forest types and woodland cover.
  • Stretches along the Songo River and a portion of the north shore of Sebago Lake.

Snowshoeing

  • Five and half miles of groomed trails are open for snowshoeing in the Casco portion of the park.
  • Six miles of un-groomed trails, as well as the campground access road, are available in the Naples portion of the park. The entrance to the campground road is plowed for parking to access the Naples side trails.
  • Off-trail exploration is welcome and affords an opportunity to see areas less accessible during the warmer months.

Fishing

  • Winter access for fishing may be enjoyed from the park. Ice often does not form on big Sebago Lake until much later than the other local lakes and ponds, so caution is always advised before venturing out.
  • The ice should always be tested every few feet for safe and adequate thickness.