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Cities and Towns in Sebago Lakes Region
Sebago Lakes Region
Sebago Lake Region, Maine - Introduction
Many people have a coastal image when thinking about Maine, but the coast is only part of what Maine has to offer its residents and guests. The interior of Maine, with its two lane highways and quaint villages, is often overlooked. Here you will find dozens of parks, recreation areas, nature preserves, trails, and unique natural sites filling Maine's interior, making it a natural treasure. It also has a wealth of history since settlements in Maine date back to the origins of the country.

The Sebago Lake Region has its fill of history too. Long ago, when controlled by the Native Americans, the lake received the name "Sebago" meaning "great stretch of water". Eight miles wide and eleven miles long, Sebago Lake is the second largest lake in Maine and the third largest in New England. Sebago Lake water also feeds the near-by city of Portland due to its exceptional clarity, purity and abundance.

The major towns around the Sebago Lake region are Windham, Standish, Raymond, Casco, Sebago, Naples, Frye Island, Bridgton and Harrison. Many other local settlements exist, but are usually tied to one of the major townships. The largest town is Windham with approximately 15,000 residents and the smallest being Sebago at around 1500*. The early settlements in the Sebago Lake area began in the early 18th century with Windham and ended with Naples in 1774. Town incorporations followed. Much of what caused the development had to do with farming, grist milling, blacksmithing, saw milling, and other wood-related industries. These towns have changed little since their beginnings. Many of the buildings and materials still exist today, making the towns a natural antique shopping destination.

Sebago Lake Region Area Code is 207

Sebago Lake Region Map
Sebago Lake Map
Latitude and Longitude of Sebago Lake Region
Latitude: 43.76 Longitude: -70.53
Emergency Services of Sebago Lake Region
Sebago Volunteer EMS :Non-emergency Calls (207) 787-3765 (207) 787-4032 Fax (207) 787-4039

Cumberland Country Sheriff Department 1-800-501-1111

Sebago Animal Control Officer Richard McGoldrick Pager - (207) 759-2664

Central Maine Power 1-800-750-4000

Standish Telephone Company (207)642-9931 After hours (207)642-9941

Poison Control - Maine Medical Center 1-800-442-6305
Sebago Lakes Region, Maine - Web Resources
  • The Sebago Lakes Region Chamber of Commerce - Windham Office: P.O. Box 1015, Windham, ME 04062 Phone: 207-892-8265
    Naples Office : Village Green Lane, Naples, ME 04055 Phone: 207-693-3285
    The Sebago Lakes Region Chamber of Commerce, representing the towns of Casco, Gray, Limerick, Limington, Naples, Raymond, Sebago, Standish and Windham, is one of the most active chambers in the State of Maine. It is comprised of business members ranging from young entrepreneurs and 'mom & pop' shops to the largest employers in the region.
  • Point Sebago Resort - 261 Point Sebago Road - Route 302, Casco, ME 04015 Phone: 207-655-3821 Fax: 207-655-3371 Reservations: 800-530-1555
    Point Sebago Resort is located on the shores of pristine Sebago Lake, Southern Maine's largest lake. Enjoy a picturesque lakefront setting that combines award winning free children's programs with a friendly, caring staff, a marina, a nationally recognized 18-hole championship golf course, a lake view restaurant, a fabulous entertainment program, lounge and a host of other recreational amenities to offer the ultimate vacation getaway.
  • Town of Sebago, Maine - 406 Bridgton Road (Route 107) Sebago, Maine 04029 Phone: (207) 787-2457
  • Sebago Lake Family Campground - 1550 Richville Road, Route 114, Standish, Maine 04084 Phone:(207) 787-3671
    Sebago Lake Family Campground is a small, family-oriented campground with 101 campsites and 8 cottages nestled in the tall pines in the beautiful Sebago Lake area.

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