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)

Other Lake & Watershed Information

Boating & Fishing Regulations for this and other Maine waters are available here.

Sebago Lake B&W - J Epstein

Frye Island Sunset - J Epstein

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Boat launches

Hills and mountains


Maine Lakes: from birth to death, and “everything”; coming Friday, August 27 at 2pm

This presentation is a look into the geologic cycle of Maine’s lake. Dr. Norton will explore the the chronology and formation of Maine’s lakes, the evolution of the soil chemistry and water chemistry during the last 16,000 years, a bit about the major responses of lake water chemistry to this evolution, the detailed history of anthropogenic air pollution as seen through the lens of sediment chemistry, and conclude with the life-after-death history of a Maine lake.

Click for information on this free Zoom event at 2pm on Friday, August 27th

Sebago Lake
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