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Songo River, Naples

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Water Body · Hidden Gem · Nature / Park
The Songo River is a 3.1-mile-long (5.0 km) river in Maine. The river flows from Brandy Pond at the south end of Long Lake into Sebago Lake at Sebago Lake State Park. Songo Lock, the last remaining lock of the 19th-century Cumberland and Oxford Canal, controls the elevation of Long Lake and allows navigation of large boats between Long Lake and Sebago Lake.
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  • The locks are a great thing to see whether you live in Maine or are just visiting. The river is a nice way to relax before the business of Sebago Lake or Brandy Pond. I love the fact that it is...  more »
  • The River is always one of our favorites. Driving from Long Lake to Sebago is a must do. Plan a full day. Pack a lunch and relax at state park beach. This particular day had 30+ boats anchored or....  more »

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