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Adams Pond

Adams Pond is located in the town of Bridgton. At 1/3 mile wide and 1/3 mile long, it covers 45 acres with a maximum depth of 51 feet. This small pond is closed to fishing during the winter months.

Lake Survey: www.state.me.us/ifw/fishing/lakesurvey_maps/cumberland/adams_pond.pdf

Barker Pond

Barker Pond is located in the towns of Hiram and Sebago. It is 1.25 miles long and is 2/3 mile wide, covers 206 acres and reaches a maximum depth of 44 feet. Barker Pond is open both during summer and winter months with some law regulations.

Lake Survey: http://www.state.me.us/ifw/fishing/lakesurvey_maps/oxford/barker_pond.pdf

Bear Pond

Bear Pond is Waterford’s deepest lake. It provides excellent habitat for coldwater and warm water fish and is a popular fishing spot year-round. It is said to be named after a bear that was killed in its waters during the early settlement of Waterford. Bear Pond has a surface area of 250 acres and can reach a maximum depth of 72 feet, 1 mile long and 2/3 mile wide.

Lake Survey: http://www.state.me.us/ifw/fishing/lakesurvey_maps/oxford/bear_pond.pdf


Beaver Pond, Bridgton

A grist mill was first built on Sucker Brook, which is the outlet of Beaver Pond in the early 1800s. “Mill Privilege” or water rights to the stream and pond were sold or handed down at least six more times after the initial mill was constructed. Today, the stream has returned to a more natural state and salmon sometimes swim up it in the winter months from neighboring Moose Pond. Evidence of prior forestry can also be seen in some of the old logs that stick up to the surface. Maximum depth can reach up to 35 feet with a surface area covering 69 acres.

Lake Survey: http://www.state.me.us/ifw/fishing/lakesurvey_maps/cumberland/beaver_pond_bridgton.pdf

Beaver Pond, Denmark

Beaver Pond is a beautiful, shallow water body located at the southern base of Pleasant Mountain. It is broken up by three small islands, which provide interesting habitat to explore in a canoe or kayak. The rocky, southwest ridge of Pleasant Mountain towers on the northern side of the pond and provides a dramatic backdrop for a day on the water. In the height of the summer, freshwater jellyfish can sometimes be found in great abundance swimming in the pond’s waters. Beaver Pond reaches a maximum depth of 10 feet and covers 80 acres.

Lake Survey: http://www.state.me.us/ifw/fishing/lakesurvey_maps/oxford/beaver_pond_denmark_twp.pdf

Brandy Pond

Brandy Pond, originally called the Bay of Naples was a primary commercial and recreational travel route during Maine’s early development stages. Today, activities on the Causeway in Naples include trips on the Songo River Queen, paddleboat, seaplane rides & windsurfing. With over 700 acres of water surface, Brandy Pond reaches a maximum depth of 44 feet. Boaters can spend the day boating from Brandy Pond to Long Lake, or head down the Songo River to Sebago Lake.

Lake Survey: http://www.state.me.us/ifw/fishing/lakesurvey_maps/cumberland/bay_of_naples.pdf

Coffee Pond

Coffee Pond is located in the town of Casco, this small body of water is spring fed. It covers 137 acres and reaches a maximum depth of 70 feet. Coffee Pond is 1 mile long and ¼ mile wide. Great place for fishing!

Lake Survey: http://www.state.me.us/ifw/fishing/lakesurvey_maps/cumberland/coffee_pond.pdf

Crescent Lake

Crescent Lake is primarily located in Raymond with the northern tip in Casco. Crescent Lake isapproximately ½ mile wide and approximately 2 ½ miles long. It is relatively quiet and undeveloped. Crescent Lake is great for boating, swimming and relaxing.

Lake Survey: http://www.state.me.us/ifw/fishing/lakesurvey_maps/cumberland/crescent_lake.pdf

Crooked River

Crooked River borders many towns, including: Waterford, Harrison, Norway, Otisfield, Norway, Casco and finally Naples where it enters into Sebago Lake. Crooked River can be a great river to do some white water rafting when the water is high enough.

River Info: http://mainerivers.org/?page_id=255

Crystal Lake, Harrison

Crystal Lake, originally called Anonymous Pond, is the only lake completely within the borders of Harrison. Mill Stream, which is the outlet of the lake, provided early village settlers with power to run both grist and saw mill. Today, excellent public access and good water quality make Crystal Lake a favorite spot for swimming, fishing and boating. Crystal Lake has a surface area that covers over 440 acres and can reach a maximum depth of 65 feet.

Lake Survey: http://www.state.me.us/ifw/fishing/lakesurvey_maps/cumberland/crystal_lake_anonymous_pond.pdf

Crystal Lake (Gray)

Crystal Lake in Gray, just off Route 26 is about 1 mile long by ½ wide. There is a public boat launch and beach here and it’s a great lake for trout, bass and perch fishing.

Lake Survey: http://www.state.me.us/ifw/fishing/lakesurvey_maps/cumberland/crystal_lake.pdf

Foster Pond

Foster Pond, located in South Bridgton was named after the Foster family who set up saw and grist mills on the outlet in the early 1800s. The pond is also sometimes called Ingalls Pond, which refers to another prominent family during Bridgton’s early history. With a surface area of 149 acres, Foster Pond can reach a maximum depth of 28 feet.

Hancock Pond

Hancock Pond, located in Sebago is approximately 2 square miles. This small pond has a lot of shallow areas with rocks just under the surface so it’s better to enjoy the mountain views and quiet water in a canoe or rowboat. Its surface area covers over 850 acres and reaches a maximum depth of 64 feet. Public Boat Launch available.

Lake Survey: http://www.state.me.us/ifw/fishing/lakesurvey_maps/oxford/hancock_pond.pdf

Highland Lake (Bridgton)

Located in the town of Bridgton, Highland Lake is a popular lake in the area. It is 5 miles long (with the tip entering the town of Sweden) and is 1 mile wide. A nice town beach and boat launch in the center of town make this lake a destination for many residents. Highland Lake has a maximum depth of 50 feet.

Lake Survey: http://www.state.me.us/ifw/fishing/lakesurvey_maps/cumberland/highlandlake.pdf

Highland Lake (Windham)

Located in the towns of Windham, Westbrook and Falmouth, Highland Lake is 4 miles long and ½ mile wide reaching a maximum depth of 67 feet. A short distance from Portland makes this a popular boating destination for many.

Lake Survey: http://www.state.me.us/ifw/fishing/lakesurvey_maps/cumberland/highland_lake1.pdf

Hogan Pond

At 1.5 miles long and ¼ mile wide and reaching a maximum depth of 34 feet, Hogan Pond is located entirely in the town of Oxford. Hogan Pond is separated from its sister pond called Whitney Pond by a sandy ridge. They both meet at the Northern end and flow into the Little Androscoggin River.

Lake Survey: http://www.state.me.us/ifw/fishing/lakesurvey_maps/oxford/hogan_pond.pdf

Keoka Lake

Situated in the pretty historic town of Waterford, Keoka Lake is 1.3 miles long and is ¾ miles wide with a maximum depth of 42 feet. Next to the old town hall you will find the town beach and boat launch. Nice area with beautiful historic homes.

Lake Survey: http://www.state.me.us/ifw/fishing/lakesurvey_maps/oxford/keoka_lake.pdf

Kezar Lake

The Five Kezars: Back, Little Mud, Middle, Mud, and Jewett Ponds. The Five Kezars located in Waterford, Stoneham and Lovell includes Jewett Pond, Back Pond, Middle Pond, Mud Pond and Little Mud Pond. The Kezars are said to be named after an early hunter of the same name who frequented them as well as Kezar Pond in Fryeburg and Kezar Lake in Lovell. Combined, all 5 ponds have a surface area of 222 acres and can reach a maximum depth of 49 feet.

Lake Survey: http://www.state.me.us/ifw/fishing/lakesurvey_maps/oxford/kezar_lake.pdf

Little Moose Pond

Located in the town of Waterford, Little Moose Pond is a small pond, only 1 mile long and ½ mile wide reaching a maximum depth of 43 feet. Only a few cottages call this pond home and with no public access, this pond offers a lot of privacy.

Lake Survey: http://www.state.me.us/ifw/fishing/lakesurvey_maps/oxford/moose_pond_waterford.pdf

Little Sebago Lake

Located in the towns of Gray and Windham, Little Sebago Lake is a large lake, at 6 miles long and 1 mile wide in places, it reaches a maximum depth of 52 feet. With its’ sandy beaches, small islands and short distance from Portland, this lake is also a popular destination for boaters.

Lake Survey: http://www.state.me.us/ifw/fishing/lakesurvey_maps/cumberland/sebago_lake_little.pdf

Long Lake

Long Lake is the second largest water body in southern Maine and is part of the Presumpscott River drainage. It connects to Brandy Pond and Sebago Lake, making it popular with water-skiers and boaters. Activities on the Causeway in Naples include trips on the Songo River Queen paddleboat, seaplane rides, and windsurfing. Long Lake reaches a maximum depth of 59 feet with over 4900 acres of water surface.

Lake Survey: http://www.state.me.us/ifw/fishing/lakesurvey_maps/cumberland/images/long_lake.pdf

Lower Range Pond

Located in the town of Pond, Lower Range Pond is 2.5 miles long and 1 mile wide reaching a maximum depth of 41 feet. This pond is part of the Range Pond Chain is also home to the Range Pond State Park.

Lake Survey: http://www.state.me.us/ifw/fishing/lakesurvey_maps/androscoggin/range_pond_lower.pdf

McWain Pond

Another private and quiet pond located in the town of Waterford is McWain Pond. At 2.2 miles long and ½ mile wide, McWain Pond reaches a maximum depth of 42 feet. With no public boat access, this pond remains a quiet and private pond for those that call McWain Pond home.

Lake Survey: http://www.state.me.us/ifw/fishing/lakesurvey_maps/oxford/mcwain_pond.pdf

Middle Range Pond

Part of the Range Pond Chain, Middle Range Pond is also located in the town of Poland. At 2 miles long and just under a half mile wide, Middle Range Pond reaches a maximum depth of 66 feet.

Lake Survey: http://www.state.me.us/ifw/fishing/lakesurvey_maps/androscoggin/range_pond_middle.pdf

Moose Pond

Located in the towns of Bridgton and Denmark, Moose Pond is a long lake reaching a length of 9 miles and a width of 1 mile. The maximum depth for Moose Pond is 70 feet! Separated into three sections, Moose Pond offers views of Shawnee Peak Ski Area and Pleasant Mountain.

Lake Survey: http://www.state.me.us/ifw/fishing/lakesurvey_maps/oxford/moose_pond.pdf

Panther Pond

Panther Pond in Raymond is about 1 ¼ miles wide and about 2 ½ miles long. It connects with Crescent Lake through the Tenney River. Canoes and small motorized boats can usually get through the river depending on the water level.

Lake Survey: http://www.state.me.us/ifw/fishing/lakesurvey_maps/cumberland/panther_pond.pdf

Parker Pond

Parker Pond located in Casco is a small pond about 1 ½ miles long and 1/3 mile wide. Parker Pond is a great body of water for a small boat, canoe or kayak.

Lake Survey: http://www.state.me.us/ifw/fishing/lakesurvey_maps/cumberland/parker_pond.pdf

Peabody Pond

With great privacy comes a wonderful pond. Located in the towns of Naples and Sebago, Peabody Pond is 2 miles long and 1 mile wide reaching a maximum depth of 64 feet.

Lake Survey: http://www.state.me.us/ifw/fishing/lakesurvey_maps/cumberland/peabody_pond.pdf

Pennesseewassee Lake (Norway Lake)

Also known to many as Norway Lake, Pennesseewassee Lake is located in the town of Norway. At 4 miles long and 1 mile wide, Norway Lake reaches a maximum depth of 48 feet. This lake is a great boating and fishing lake and in places is a short walk from the center of town where you can shop and find something to eat.

Lake Survey: http://www.state.me.us/ifw/fishing/lakesurvey_maps/oxford/pennesseewassee_lake.pdf

Pleasant Lake

Pleasant Lake located in the towns of Casco and Otisfield is a spring fed lake, 4 miles long and about ½ mile wide. Town beaches are located at both ends with a public boat launch located at the Casco end of the lake. Boat boy’s and girl’s camps make this their home in the summer. Pleasant Lake is stocked with salmon and lake trout as it abuts a state fishery in Casco Village.

Lake Survey: http://www.state.me.us/ifw/fishing/lakesurvey_maps/cumberland/pleasant_lake.pdf

Raymond Pond

Located entirely in the town of Raymond, this pond is 1.25 mile long and is 2/3 mile wide. Reaching a maximum depth of 42 feet, Raymond Pond is a nice pond, popular with boaters, swimmers and waterskiers.

Lake Survey: http://www.state.me.us/ifw/fishing/lakesurvey_maps/cumberland/raymond_pond.pdf

Sand Pond (Walden Pond)

Located in the town of Denmark, Sandy Pond, also known as Walden Pond too many, is 1.5 miles long and ½ mile wide reaching a maximum depth of 44 feet. Situated in a rural area, Sand Pond flows into Hancock Pond.

Lake Survey: http://www.state.me.us/ifw/fishing/lakesurvey_maps/oxford/sand_pond_denmark.pdf

Saturday Pond

At ¾ mile long and 1 mile wide, Saturday Pond reaches a maximum depth of 25 feet and is located in the town of Otisfield. This small rural pond is quiet and private.

Lake Survey: http://www.state.me.us/ifw/fishing/lakesurvey_maps/oxford/saturday_pond.pdf

Sebago Lake

Being the second largest lake in Maine and the largest lake in the Sebago Lakes Region, this lake is located in the towns of Naples, Casco, Raymond, Windham, Standish and Sebago! Boaters can spend their days traveling the chain of ponds, from Long Lake to Brandy Pond, through the Songo Locks into Sebago Lake. This lake is 14 miles long and 8 miles wide and reaches a maximum depth of 316 feet. Frye Island is an island located on Sebago Lake. You can also find the Sebago Lake State Park, offering swimming and camping on over 200 sites.

Lake Survey: http://www.state.me.us/ifw/fishing/lakesurvey_maps/cumberland/images/sebago_lake.pdf

Songo River

Songo River is a short river, about 2 miles long, that connects Brandy Pond to Sebago Lake. Boaters can spend their day boating to and from Sebago Lake and Brandy Pond via the Songo River.

Stearns Pond

At 1 mile long, ½ mile wide reaching a maximum depth of 47 feet, Stearns Pond is located is the quiet town of Sweden. Not far from Shawnee Peak Ski Area, Pleasant Mountain hiking and the outlets of North Conway.

Lake Survey: http://www.state.me.us/ifw/fishing/lakesurvey_maps/oxford/stearns_pond.pdf

Thomas Pond

Thomas Pond is located just off of Route 302 in South Casco and Raymond. It is one mile wide and has a great population of small mouth bass in the summer and brown trout in the spring. Public boat launch located just off of Rte 302.

Lake Survey: http://www.state.me.us/ifw/fishing/lakesurvey_maps/cumberland/thomas_pond.pdf

Thompson Lake

Thompson Lake is a large lake, flowing thru the 4 towns of Casco, Poland, Otisfield and Oxford. At 9 miles long and 2 miles wide, Thompson Lake reaches a maximum depth of 121 feet! With great water quality and fishing to go with it Thompson Lake does not have a lot of boat traffic, offering peace and quiet.

Lake Survey: http://www.state.me.us/ifw/fishing/lakesurvey_maps/oxford/thompson_lake.pdf

Trickey Pond

Trickey Pond in Naples is a wonderful sandy bottom quiet pond. Noted for its excellent salmon fishing, it is also stocked with rainbow trout. Trickey Pond is about 1 ½ miles long and 1/3 mile wide. Public access for this pond is located off Route 114.

Lake Survey: http://www.state.me.us/ifw/fishing/lakesurvey_maps/cumberland/trickey_pond.pdf

Tripp Lake

Tripp Lake is 2.5 miles long and ½ mile wide, reaching a maximum depth of 35 feet. Located in the town of Poland, running along Route 11 where you’ll find a nice public beach.

Lake Survey: http://www.state.me.us/ifw/fishing/lakesurvey_maps/androscoggin/tripp_pond.pdf

Upper Range Pond

Located entirely in the town of Poland, Upper Range Pond is at the southern end of the Range Pond Chain. It is 1.5 miles long and ½ mile wide reaching a maximum depth of 38 feet. There is a boat launch where Middle Range meets Upper Range.

Lake Survey: http://www.state.me.us/ifw/fishing/lakesurvey_maps/androscoggin/range_pond_upper.pdf

Watchic Lake

At 1.5 miles long and ¾ mile wide, Watchic Lake reaches a maximum depth of 41 feet and is located in the town of Standish. You can find some of the oldest properties in the area on Watchic Lake.

Lake Survey: http://www.state.me.us/ifw/fishing/lakesurvey_maps/cumberland/watchic_pond.pdf

Whitney Pond

Located in the town of Oxford, Whitney Pond is a small pond, at 1.5 miles long and ¼ mile wide, reaching a maximum depth of 24 feet. Whitney Pond is the sister pond to Hogan Pond. These two ponds join together at the northern end and flow into the Little Androscoggin River.

Lake Survey: http://www.state.me.us/ifw/fishing/lakesurvey_maps/oxford/whitney_pond.pdf

Woods Pond

Woods Pond is located in the town of Bridgton, at 2.25 miles long and ½ mile wide, Woods Pond reaches a maximum depth of 29 feet. There is a boat launch and town beach located off Route 117. It is a quiet pond not far from Bridgton Village.

Lake Survey: http://www.state.me.us/ifw/fishing/lakesurvey_maps/cumberland/woods_pond.pdf

 

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