Just before foliage season we spent a weekend day at Sebago Lake State Park. Entry was $4.50 for state residents. We found ample paved and dirt parking only a short walk from the beach. On a windy day, the lake water was a bit too cold for a swim so we walked the beach from the park's snack bar to the boat anchorage area. The sand was as clean as the water. The mountains and shoreline to the west were beautiful. We found some hiking trails into the woods. They led to a group camping area. The terrain was easy enough, but the trails were not well maintained and signs and blazes were infrequent. Other than the neglected trails we found nothing to dislike about this large park on the northeastern shores of Sebago Lake. If you visit, be sure to bring a camera and enough layers of clothes to suit the season!
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