The Sebago Lake State Park is a state park and recreation area in Casco, Maine. It is dubbed as the most famous campground in the state.
Opened in 1938, the Sebago Lake State Park is one of the five original units in the Maine State Park system. It sits on the shores of Maine?s deepest lake, which is also the second largest in the state. Covering 1400 acres, the park offers year round recreation to the public, and attracts thousands of visitors yearly.
There are tons of ways how one can enjoy the Sebago Lake State Park. Boating, swimming, sunbathing, camping, canoeing, cross country skiing, fishing, and snowshoeing are just some of the top examples. Hiking is also frequently enjoyed at the site.