Preserve includes habitat critical to maintaining the health of Sebago Lake, and is open to a variety of outdoor recreation opportunities including hiking, hunting, snowshoeing, and wildlife observation.
Offers gorgeous views of Middle Bay Cove across open fields and wildlife-rich salt marshes from its 1.1-mile network of family friendly trails.
Includes over two miles of gentle trails across rolling coastal terrain perfect for walking, cross-country skiing, and birdwatching.
A short walk through a mature forest leads visitors to 900 feet of sandy beach, one of the best beaches on Sebago Lake.
Features more than seven miles of hiking trails that visit fields, forests, marshes and a sand beach.
Features a rocky shoreline that invites exploration at low tide, a grassy meadow ideal for picnics, and three secluded campsites.
This small, family farm operates a small farmstead creamery producing raw milk, yogurt, and artisanal cheeses.
The preserve provides access for clammers and wormers to one of the region’s most productive mudflats.
Features vast open fields, diverse wildlife habitats, commercially valuable coastal wetlands, and scenic views of northern Casco Bay..