It’s almost time to count the loons
For more than 25 years, Elwood Beach has been waking up early on the third Saturday in July to count loons outside his home on Raymond Pond.
UPDATE ON THE 2021 BOATING SAFETY CLASS
Due to lingering pandemic related size and social distancing factors, we are unable to offer the Boating Safety Class this year at the Raymond Public Safety Building. But there are...
LSLA Raffle Fundraiser
Come and take a chance on one of the many great prizes offered this year online! Super easy to enter and you will be supporting the lake you love - Little Sebago!
2020 Annual Meeting
2020 was a very different year due to the pandemic. To be able to still have our meeting, we adopted a technology widely used in business all over - video conferencing.
2020 Annual LSLA Membership Meeting
Change Notice: The Annual LSLA Membership Meeting for 2020 has been moved from an in-person gathering to virtual due to the pandemic concerns and the State's quarantine policy.
The Stained Waters of LSL
As the lake-lore goes, a saw mill that was operating in Suckerville near Little Sebago was responsible for the stained waters of the upper basin.