Some of Maine's most picturesque locations are found in the Lakes Region, including expansive forests, mountains, lakes, ponds, and rivers.
Sebago Lake State Park has a sandy beach, walking trails, picnic areas, boat launches, and a 1,400 acre campsite. Little Sebago Lake is also beautiful and many year-round residents enjoy the easy commute into Greater Portland. There are several smaller lakes in the area, as well, including Highland, Hancock Pond, Panther, Crystal, and Walden.
Moose Pond is a quiet, picturesque lake noted for hosting the Pro Bass Tour for an annual tournament and having the State record for the largest freshwater bass. The calm waters are popular among boaters for waterskiing, fishing, and canoeing; two public boat launches are accessible. The beautiful lake overlooks Pleasant Mountain, southern Maine's tallest mountain and local favorite for hiking and blueberry picking. Moose Pond is also home to Maine's two oldest youth summer camps: Camp Winona (boys) and Camp Wyonegonic (girls) where campers experience canoeing, sailing, horseback riding, and many other outdoor activities.
The majority of towns in the Lakes Region are part of the Maine School Administrative District. MSAD has four divisions within the Region that serve 23 towns and include MSADs 6, 17, 61, and 72. Other school systems in the region include the Raymond School Department and Windham School Department.
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