Sebago State Park in Naples has a lot going for it. It’s a lakeside park on the shore of Maine’s deepest and second largest lake, and it’s close to the foothills of the White Mountains. With 1400 acres of land with sandy beaches, woodlands, ponds, bogs and a river, the park is teeming with plants and animals and, of course, plenty of trees that put on their magic show every fall. So whether you’re on foot, on bicycle or on a boat, this is a sweet spot to peep those leaves. And you might even spot a cousin of Bambi.
Staff photo by John Patriquin