Sebago Lake

Casco, Naples, Raymond, Sebago, Standish, Windham, Cumberland, Maine
MIDAS 5786

Area (acres):29992
Perimeter (miles):98.2
Mean Depth (feet):107
Max Depth (feet):316
Delorme Page:5
Fishery Type:Coldwater + Warmwater
Invasive Aquatic Plant Infestation:Variable-leaf milfoil (Sebago Lake: confirmed 1970. Panther Run; Sebago Cove; The Basin: confirmed 2004)

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Sebago_5786_Richard Antinarelli

"Icy Reflections" by Richard Antinarelli

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Photo Credit: John Stetson Ice-out on Sebago Lake on May 10, 2018



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