The name of Sebago Lake is the making of a Native American Tribe in Maine. The name was later adopted by a local footwear manufacturer. Six towns touch the lake, and its 47 square miles provide the water supply for the city of Portland. Sebago Lake, according to the "Friends", "once possessed prior to 1987 the finest natural inland beaches in the world for a lake of its size and recreational quality".
These pages can give the region a sense of community.
Create subpages about aspects of the lake and its surroundingsEdit
- Sebago Lake:Watercooler—for a question/answer/sounding
- Sebago Lake:Attractions—not just the water!
- Sebago Lake:Climate—know what temperatures and precipitation to expect when visiting
- Sebago Lake:Ecology—what makes the place attractive and how well it is doing
- Sebago Lake:Education—nearby institutions of K-12 and beyond, and how they use the lake for teaching
- Sebago Lake:Events—annual festivities and others planned
- Sebago Lake:Help wanted—need a local to pitch in for a few hours or days?
- Sebago Lake:History—more about the name, the First Nations, and paleface developments
- Sebago Lake:NEWS—coming up, or just happened
- Sebago Lake:Places—six towns, islands, ...
- Sebago Lake:Rentals—the sky's the limit
- Sebago Lake:Stories—tell us about people, landmarks, and locations
- Sebago Lake:Swap—real transferables, not necessarily water-oriented
- Sebago Lake:Transportation—moving about (but don't leave yet!!)
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