Location: Just south of Millinocket, Penobscot County
Description: The vast Seboeis Public Reserved Land unit (15,628 acres) encompasses the majority of Seboeis Lake, all of Northwest Pond, the southwest shore of Endless Lake, and the entire shoreland of Turtle Pond. The area is very popular with anglers. Landlocked salmon, splake, white and yellow perch, small mouth bass, and chain pickerel can be found in Seboeis and Endless lakes. Brook trout can be found in Turtle Pond. Campers enjoy the area’s 15 campsites, including sites on wooded islands with sandy beaches. Other sites can be accessed by vehicle. Wetlands on the southern end of Seboeis Lake support high numbers of nesting loons. Funds to acquire the Seboeis Public Reserved Lands came from the Land for Maine’s Future program, among other partners.
Activities: ATV riding, boating, camping, canoeing, fishing, hunting, and snowmobiling.
For More Information: For more information about the Seboeis Public Reserved Lands, including its history, rules, and other special considerations, visit the Maine Bureau of Park and Lands website.