Experience the Natural Beauty
of the Sebago Region

Our watershed partners own and maintain over 16,000 acres of land with nearly 80 miles of trails in the Sebago region and adjacent areas for public use. These conserved lands showcase the best of inland Maine’s natural features including pristine rivers, lakes, and wetlands; mixed woodlands and meadows; stunning vistas from mountain peaks; and a vast array of fish and wildlife including brook trout, salmon, moose, bears, and beavers.

We invite you to enjoy these diverse landscapes through a range of outdoor activities. Recreational opportunities vary by preserve, but include hiking, mountain biking, dog walking, bird watching, kayaking, snowshoeing, cross-country skiing, snowmobiling, hunting, and fishing. Many have child-friendly loops and several have universally accessible trails. Please see links below for property-specific information and visit the LEA, LELT, MLT, and WFLT events pages for organized activities offered on these unique properties year round.

Snapshots of Sebago
Water, Wildlife, and Way of Life