Our Favorite Beaches: Sebago Lake State Park

The beach at Sebago Lake State Park

We’re a little biased when it comes to Sebago Lake State Park. Mom and Dad Potato were engaged here, so the park is near and dear to our hearts. For families, Sebago is a perfect destination. The beach is shaded by pine trees, the water is clear and there are plenty of picnic tables and charcoal grills nearby. It’s not unusual to see family reunions, birthday parties or friends picnicking outdoors. And such spreads! There’s also a playground geared towards kids of all ages, trails and a snack bar in walking distance from the beach. And laugh if you will, but we’re thankful the restrooms and the parking areas are in close proximity (the location especially came in handy when CP#1 and #2 were babies).

If your family likes canoeing and kayaking, there’s a boat launch just after the entrance to the park. The water is calm and we’ve enjoyed exploring the cove. It’s an ideal spot for those new to paddling.

The beach at Sebago Lake State Park is one of many favorites that we hope to highlight over the summer. Of course, we’d love to hear your suggestions, too!

Sebago Lake State Park
11 Park Acess Road
Casco
693-6613

For fees or information on purchasing a Maine State Park pass, visit:
http://www.maine.gov/doc/parks/. See our past post, All About the Buckle, for more area highlights.

PS: If you don’t have time to pack a lunch, try The Good Life Market, where you’ll find delicious boxed lunches for the whole family.

The Good Life Market… yum!

The Good Life Market
1297 Roosevelt Trail
Raymond
655-1196

For kids who were especially good at the beach, stop for an ice cream at The Mosquito.

 

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