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Sebago Lake State Park

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Sebago Lake State Park
Witch Cove Beach
Location in Maine
LocationNaples and Casco, Maine, United States
Coordinates43°54′43″N 70°34′12″W / 43.912°N 70.570°W / 43.912; -70.570[1]
Area1,342 acres (5.43 km2)[2]
Elevation259 ft (79 m)[3]
AdministratorMaine Department of Agriculture, Conservation and Forestry
WebsiteSebago Lake State Park

Sebago Lake State Park is a public recreation area encompassing 1,342 acres (543 ha) on the north shore of Sebago Lake in the towns of Naples and Casco, Cumberland County, Maine. It opened in 1938 as one of Maine's original five state parks.[1] The mostly forested park is divided into east and west sections by the Songo River.[4] It is managed by the Maine Department of Agriculture, Conservation and Forestry.

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Activities and amenities

The park offers 250 campsites in two campgrounds, Naples Beach and Witch Cove, each with beaches and boat ramps. Boating and swimming are also available at the day-use area in the park's east section. Other park features include hiking trails and roadway biking.[1]


The primary geological unit of Sebago Lake State Park is the Sebago Granite.[5]


  1. ^ a b c "Sebago Lake State Park". Department of Agriculture, Conservation and Forestry. Retrieved February 15, 2023.
  2. ^ "State Parks, State Historic Sites and Public Reserved Lands" (PDF). Department of Agriculture, Conservation and Forestry. September 2016. Retrieved July 17, 2017.
  3. ^ "Sebago Lake". Geographic Names Information System. United States Geological Survey, United States Department of the Interior.
  4. ^ Johnston, Robert (September 2002). "Geology of Sebago Lake State Park". Maine Geological Survey. Retrieved July 17, 2017.
  5. ^ University of Maine at Farmington; Gibson, David; Osthoff, Donald; University of Maine at Farmington; Rerrick, Chase; University of Maine at Farmington (2017). "Field Relations, Petrography and Provenance of Mafic Dikes, Western Maine". New England Intercollegiate Geological Conference 2017. Bates College: 273–286. doi:10.26780/2017.001.0015.

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