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Dock at Sebago Lake Maine
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At 316 feet at its deepest point, Sebago Lake is the deepest and the 2nd largest lake in the State of Maine. It is a major destination for people vacationing in Western Maine.


Tourism is one of the largest industries in the region. During World War II the lake was used for training pilots from the nearby Brunswick Naval Air Station. Several aircraft from that era crashed and sank in the lake.

This area, on the south side of Sebago Lake is just off Route 114, the Richville Road and is accessible via a small roadside picnic area maintained by the Sebago Lakeview Corporation.

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Copyright: Tom Sadowski
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Uploaded: 07/07/2012
Updated: 25/09/2014
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Tags: boat dock; summer cottage; lake house; lake; shore; water; deck; boats; sunset; maine; walkway
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