Sebago Lakes Chamber of Commerce

Gray (est. 1778)

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Five state highways and the Maine Turnpike intersect in Gray, which is why it’s known as the “Crossroads of Maine”. Gray provides easy access to amazing alpine skiing, beautiful beaches, Portland, Freeport, the White Mountains, Sebago Lake, and some of the most stunning countryside in New England.

More than 90% of Gray’s 46 square miles consist of pristine rural forestland and lakes, including Crystal Lake and Little Sebago Lake.

Taking advantage of all 4 beautiful seasons, Gray features events such as an ice fishing derby, a USATF 5k road race, the Crossroad challenge and even an NFL “punt pass and kick” tournament. 

This quintessential New England town is full of history and charm. With the Maine Wildlife Park, the picturesque Libby Hill Forest, hiking and cross country skiing trails, historic homes and buildings, and a superb golf course, Gray offers something for everyone!

More information on the town of Gray can be found at: www.graymaine.org


Square Miles – 46
Population – 7,761
Distance from Portland, Freeport and Lewiston/Auburn – under 20 miles
Type of Government – Town Manager/Council
Electricity – Central Maine Power
Tax Rate – $17.10/per Thousand
Utilities – Public Water
Natural Gas – No
Library – 207-657-4110
Parks and Recreation – 207-657-2323
Town Office – 207-657-3339
Town Manager – Deborah Cabana
Address – 24 Main St, Gray, ME 04039