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Sebago to the Sea Trail
The Sebago to the Sea Trail is now established as a contiguous trail from Sebago Lake to the Casco Bay connecting Standish, Windham, Gorham, Westbrook, Portland and Falmouth!  Please note that due to current rail bed construction the section from South Windham to Westbrook is temporarily closed to pedestrian traffic (See detailed maps for Sections 4 and 4A).  A paddling route for that section is clearly marked at landings along the section as detailed in the maps.  Members of the Sebago to the Sea Coalition continue to work with other partners to make the trail available for the broadest range of uses, including biking, hiking, paddling, and walking, along its entire length.  Please return to this site in July 2013 for further information on accessibility for pedestrian traffic and the Sebago to the Sea Trail's progress Connecting Communities.
  For a printable version click here Section 1   Section 2   Section 3   Section 4
  Map Index Section 4a   Section 5   Section 6   Section 7

Index Map for Sebago to the Sea Trail
Click on the numbers on the map, or on the links above the map to go to trail sections section 7 section 6 section 5 section 4A section 4 section 3 section 2 section 1 Home

Support for the Sebago to the Sea Trail

The Sebago to the Sea Trail project has been publicly supported by area towns, non-profits, and collaborating agencies- including the towns of Falmouth, Windham, Standish, and Gorham, the cities of Westbrook & Portland, and Portland Water District, Healthy Maine Partnerships, Portland Trails, and the Presumpscot Regional Land Trust. To view the signed Resolutions of Support, click here.

Sebago to the Sea TrailPresumpscot Regional Land Trust (Project Facilitator) • info@prlt.org