Sebago Headwaters Preserve, located in Bridgton and Naples encompasses lands located between Bald Pate Mountain and Holt Pond Preserve, an important parcel in way of protecting the health of our watershed. This land acquisition was mainly funded by the State of Maine’s Land for Maine’s Future Program and donations from supporters of our Lake Region Legacy campaign to protect both Pleasant Mountain and lands in the Sebago Headwaters.

Currently there is no established trail system; however the land is open to the public for recreational and educational use.  Please observe use guidelines listed below:

Designated Uses

  • Backcountry hiking, snowshoeing and skiing (on unmarked woods roads)
  • Hunting (wear blaze orange in season)
  • Trapping (by permission)
  • Wildlife observation

Use Guidelines

  • No motorized vehicles (except on designated snowmobile trails)
  • Carry trash in, carry trash out
  • No campfires or camping
  • Keep pets under control at all times
  • Do not disturb wildlife and plant-life

Directions to the Sebago Headwaters Preserve

Currently, the entry points into this preserve are located at the Bald Pate Preserve and Holt Pond Preserve, with the Town Farm Brook Trail connecting the two preserves.