The Sebago Lake Ride + ADD NEW ROUTE
10 in Maine Maine125 Miles
on February 1, 2007
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- Start your ride in Dover, NH
- Take Rt 4N, for about 40 miles, to Gorham, Maine
- At Gorham, switch to 114 North. Take 114 North through the village of Sebago Lake, and continue along the west edge of Sebago Lake.
- Rt 114 merges with RT11 in East Sebago. Stay on this 114/11 as it goes north all the way up to Naples.
- In Naples switch to Routes 35/302 (take a right) & and head SE about 15 miles to North Windham.
- At North Windham take a right onto RT 35 South, and continue on back to Sebago Lake village. Pass through Sabago Lake Village while staying on Rt 35 as it heads South.
- Now just stay on RT35 for about 35 Miles as it takes you all the way down to Kennebunk and the route's end point.
Lots of Maine countryside, a huge lake, great camping spots. Antiques, old houses, and more in Kennebunk. You can make this a good overnight trip by finding a place to stay around the Lake, taking the afternoon to explore, and taking in Kennebunk on the way home the next day.
Mostly small roads. It can get a bit congested around the Lake in the summer, and in Kennebunk. Some spots on 4 are a little rutted near Sanford Maine. Not really hilly, or twisty; so easy riding most of the way.
Sebago Lake is a longtime favorite for vacationers. There's a ton of campsites up here, roadside attractions, and Sebago Lake State Park. Once you get near the Lake, there's many choices of places to stay, and eat. The largest towns around the Lake are Naples, and North Windham.
Always do a web search and book rooms, or campsites, in advance when you plan to go to Maine in the summer. Check out traveladvisor.com to get ratings on hotels and inns, posted by consumers.
- View the weather forecast for this area from Yahoo weather .
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