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Sebago to the Sea Trail
 

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As of June 2018 trail head parking at the South Windham USPS is no longer available.

The 4.8 miles section from South Windham to Westbrook is now open​ for pedestrian use while the railbed remains inactive. The first 1.5​ ​miles​ from South Windham ​is a flat, easy walking path on an undeveloped railbed. The remaining 3.5 miles,to Bridge Street in Westbrook,​ ​is on railroad tracks. Please be​ ​aware its rugged conditions.​

​Fall 2015, the Presumpscot Regional Land Trust, along with members of the Sebago to the Sea Trail Coalition, install​ed ​signs, ma​de ​improvements to the bridge over Mallison Falls and updat​ed​ maps.

Since 2007, members of the Sebago to the Sea Trail Coalition have been working hard to create one contiguous trail from Sebago Lake to Casco Bay.

                 
  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.



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