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Little Sebago Real Estate

Area Guide to Little Sebago, Panther Pond & Jordan Bay 

Tucked between the Atlantic Ocean and the White Mountains, the Lakes Region of Maine earns its name from the more than 50 lakes scattered among green rolling hills near Sebago Lake, less than half an hour northwest of Portland. Sebago Lake is the second largest lake in the state, covering 45 square miles. Visitors come to the area to enjoy the water: to swim, fish, boat, water ski, windsurf, canoe, kayak, and parasail; and to camp, hike, collect minerals, and golf.

Little Sebago Lake Waterfront Real Estate
Little Sebago Lake Region Area Guide


Litte Sebago Bridge, MaineAmong the popular smaller lakes nearby are Panther Pond, Little Sebago, Long Lake, Thompson Lake, Coffee Pond, Brandy Pond, Long Lake, Moose Pond, Pleasant Lake, and Crescent Lake. Windham, Raymond, Standish, Bridgton, Brownfield, Casco, Denmark, Fryeburg, Harrison, Lovell, Naples, Sebago, Gray, Stow, Sweden and Waterford are all towns in the Lakes Region.

Jordan Bay

Jordan Bay lies just north of Sebago Basin. It is very large (about one third of Sebago's total size), and is bounded on the west by Raymond Cape, a peninsula that extends about 6 miles into Sebago Lake, and on the east by Rt. 302. Jordan Bay is large enough to have waves and weather, but is more protected than the main body of Big Sebago. Its eastern shore includes such areas as Lakehurst, Bayview and Deep Cove, and its western shore (the easterly side of Raymond Cape) includes Quarry, Whittemore, and Camp Coves.

Panther Pond

Panther Pond lies between Rt. 85 and Rt. 121, and is located entirely within the town of Raymond. It encompasses 1,439 acres, with a maximum depth of 68 feet. The lake is about 1.25 miles wide at its broadest and 2.5 miles long. It connects to Crescent Lake via the Tenney River, and is a multi-purpose recreational lake.

Thomas Pond

Thomas Pond is located in Casco and Raymond. It encompasses 442 acres, with a maximum depth of 64 feet and averages about a mile wide at its broadest point. It is a pretty, serene lake with minimal motorboat traffic, though some find it satisfactory for waterskiing.


Additional Maine Lake Resources

Learn About Local Lakes

Lakes of Maine (previously known as PEARL) is supported through a collaboration of research, management, and citizen-volunteer organizations, and is a superb example of cooperative stewardship. It is a searchable data base for Maine lakes initially created in collaboration between the University of Maine and the Maine Department of Environmental Protection (DEP). You can access just about anything there is to know about any given lake or watershed.  Size, depth, location, fish species, plants are all available. The Knowledge Base includes the most current articles and scientific data.

This resource will not only provide environmental information, but will be a place where you can search specific lakes by name and their exact location using interactive maps and tools.

    
 

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