Description: Douglas Mountain is Sebago provides an aerobic walk up a steep incline though the hike to the summit is relatively short (2.3 miles round trip). This is an easy hike due to short length but a moderate hike due to slope. The path starts out under tall pines and winds over gnarly roots and a pine needle covered forest floor. The walk is well shaded. Can be very slippery when wet or icy. The main trail is a loop and it appears that two short alternative trails can be taken as a variation on the main trail (but do not appear to be well marked enroute). The main trail is marked Nature Trail.
Notes: The trail is maintained by the town of Sebago and a municipal sign states the trail closing at 6:00 p.m. but there is no gate. A $3.00 donation is requested per carload of people. You pass a ice cream shop on the way back that might only be open seasonal but no doubt worth a stop. Locals say there are plenty of wild blueberries to be picked as a reward for getting to the top (in season of course).