MAINE ASSET MANAGEMENT (207) 564-7292
Hello, we are the Inch family. We live in the town of Dover-Foxcroft, which is the main town to Sebec lake. This is one of the best lakes for relaxing, boating and fishing around. It is 13 miles long and up to a mile wide. Sebec lake offers year round quiet beautiful views of Borestone Mountain and close to a large town for great dining or picking up more fishing supplies. Great lake to vacation on, and also ice fish in the winter if interested.
Here is some helpful information:
Check-In (Sunday to Sunday) 3PM on Sunday (earlier if turnover cleaning is complete) >>> Check Out is noon the following Sunday
Visa / MC Accepted (5% discount applies if rental fees are paid by cash or check)
Rental Deposit : 50% due at time of reservation, balance 60 days prior to rental period.
(no refunds of rental deposits for cancellations within 60 days of the rental period).
Security Deposit = A credit card hold (similar to a rental car authorization) will be required prior to check-in.
Cleaning - It is the responsibility of the rental client to clean the homes upon check-out
(if not cleaned - a cleaning fee of $50/per hour to do so will be assessed to security deposit).
Taxes = All rentals subject to 7% Maine Lodging tax. We are registered with the state of Maine to collect and submit this tax.
Sebec Lake is bordered by four towns, Dover-Foxcroft, Sebec, Bowerbank and Willimantic, all in the heart of Piscataquis County. Dover-Foxcroft is the county seat and is located 45 miles northwest of Bangor International Airport (BGR).
Sebec Lake is the biggest natural attraction in Southern Piscataquis county with its 6,800 acre size (13 miles long). Sebec Lake has very clear water due to its high water exchange rate. Peaks-Kenny State Park is located along the south shore of Sebec Lake, it has a state beach and many hiking trails.
The town of Dover-Foxcroft owns and operates a (no fee) municipal beach, it also has a spring to fill water jugs and during peak use a life guard is on duty and the snack bar is open. Peaks Kenny State Park (fee) also has a nice beach along the SW lakeshore with lifeguard. There are also two lesser traveled beaches (hiking and boat access only) that are located along the west end of the lake.
There are lots of them, bass, land locked salmon etc., bring your pole.
Awesome boating lake for small and large craft alike. Canoe the coves, sail the big lake (west end), and tear up everywhere in between with your runabout or small cruiser. Pontoon boat rentals, jon boat and larger fishing craft rentals are available at the Dover-Foxcroft marina. Boat launches: municipal boat launches are located in Dover-Foxcroft, Sebec Village and Bowerbank (none charge a launching fee).
Fun day trips:
From this area are: Shopping: Bar Harbor= 2 hours SW, popular tourist area on the downeast coast, good seafood. Steamboat ride on Moosehead Lake = 1 hour NW, Greenville, Maine is located in northern Piscataquis county, a steamboat ride on the 100 year old "Katahdin" offers some awesome views of this largely undeveloped region. Moosehead Lake is the largest lake in Maine (74,890 acres) its size can be daunting, thus small craft is not recommended. Hiking Mt. Katahdin = 1 hour NE, The tallest peak in Maine (5,271) nine feet shy of one mile high. The mountain is beautiful, I would like to tell you about the views from the Summit, but I can tell you there are excellent views from about half way up.