Welcome to magical Little Sebago Lake!
Experience the intimacies of this 2009 acre lake with its serpentine shoreline and protected coves. Composed of three connecting water bodies, each one has its own character. A haven for loons, 20 last count, nesting eagles and a myriad of aquatic life, you will be one with nature.Most recently becoming a fgavorite of kayakers, canoeres and sailboat enthusiastics, it can also accomodate power boats on a smaller scale. With an active lake association of caring people, it is one of the foemost lakes in the state for the protective nature of its board of directors to protect this lake. Visit the website which will provide indepth information for the discerning purchaser. The close proximity to Portland and the Old Port area, about 25 minutes and turnpike access, makes this desirable to those seeking to live on the lake year round. North Windham provides a full array of services and many local restaurants.
In addition, North Windham, a major neighborhood in town, was named "Best Place to Raise Kids" in the state of Maine by Bloomberg Businessweek Magazine because of its low crime rate, unique mix of recreation activities, and an above-average school system.
Visit Little Sebago Lake Association website at http://www.littlesebagolake.com
Link to more information on types of fish on the lake and when to fish at Fishingnotes.com
Facts about the lake.
52 feet maximum depth
16 ft. average depth
Surrounding towns are Gray & Windham
Fish species in Little Sebago
|Common Name||Scientific Name|
|American eel||Anguilla rostrata|
|Brown bullhead||Ameiurus nebulosus|
|Brown trout||Salmo trutta|
|Chain pickerel||Esox niger|
|Common shiner||Luxilus cornutus|
|Golden shiner||Notemigonus crysoleucas|
|Largemouth bass||Micropterus salmoides|
|Rainbow smelt||Osmerus mordax|
|Redbreast sunfish||Lepomis auritus|
|Smallmouth bass||Micropterus dolomieu|
|White perch||Morone americana|
|White sucker||Catostomus commersoni|
|Yellow perch||Perca flavescens|