More than once, as you’re booking your campsite or simply perusing the campground info online, you’ll be reminded: “This park
Sebec Lake is a big draw for visitors to Peaks-Kenny State Park. There's a sandy beach and swimming area in the park and you can launch your kayak (or rent one) and spend the day paddling all the scenic nooks and crannies. There are also a few hiking trails located within the park, so you don't have to venture far to get on trail.
Wake up early for a swim in the lake, hike Mount Blue and Tumbledown (then plunge yourself into the pond at the top), rent a kayak on a calm evening, and then hang out by the fire by at your campsite. Sounds nice, right?