#ruthiliciousTravels to Sebago Lake State Park Hiking Trails

Sebago Lake State Park is my happy place.

I discovered this amazing park last summer and since then I frequented this place the entire summer.

This place is a big pocket-full of fun.

There are lots of activities to be had even if you are solo. You don't have to have a company to enjoy this place because if you are like me, who are looking for peace of mind and a place to be alone to think, recharge, or simply to get away from your busy life, you will feel safe and at home here.

Sebago Lake State Park is part of Cumberland Country and located in the Town of Casco. It is one of the first original 5 state parks here in Maine.

With Sebego Lake, the deepest and the second largest lake in Maine, as the main attraction of the park, visitors and vacationers come to the park not only for picnicking, swimming, boating, and water skiing. Some of them, come for hiking, running, biking, snowshoeing, and cross-country skiing. And yes, camping too.

Did I mention, it a huge pocket-full of fun?

Blue marked Outer Loop Trail

The park has several well-groomed, well-maintained, and properly marked trails to choose from depending on your mood and energy. They provide trail maps at the gate upon check-in to pay your park fee which is just $6 for Maine residents, and $8 for non-residents.

As for me, I bought the Seasonal Pass for $105 because I know I will be coming to the park very often. And it's all worth it.

Hiking in Sebago Lake State Park is easy to moderate. I saw people bringing their little ones on strollers. I also rode my bike on the trail but I did it only once because I realized it was easier and more manageable for me to walk than to ride my bike. Well, I'm just speaking for myself. I met a lot of bikers on the trail and they had no problem navigating the trail.

It was just me. I was not very confident in riding my bike because ever since I got my bike, I only rode in in my driveway so I need to really work on my confidence in that department. And that is my goal next summer.

I promise myself to ride my bike more often on the trail next summer.

With many awesome hiking sites in my Vacationland, Sebago Lake State Park Hiking Trails are only one of the few I have been so far that is why I'm partial to it.

And one most important reason why I love this park is... they have real toilets, always clean and with running water. They also have clean outhouses with toilet paper along the trails so I'm not worried when the call of nature strikes when I'm on foot.

So if I have to rate this park, I give it a 5-star just for the toilet alone. Well, the park staff and rangers are super nice and helpful too. They seemed to love what they do and have positive vides. And that is important to me as well.

So there you go. I hope you soon visit my happy place.


Additional Information and Important Links:

Park Address: 11 Park Access Road, Casco ME 04015