Lake Sebago and Stony Brook in Harriman State Park

Harriman-Bear Mountain State Parks

Cascades in Stony Brook - Photo by Daniel Chazin Cascades in Stony Brook - Photo by Daniel Chazin

This loop hike runs along the shore of scenic Lake Sebago and follows the cascading Stony Brook

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At the northeastern end of the cul-de-sac, you will find the start of the White Bar Trail, marked by three horizontal white blazes. Follow the blazes gently uphill, heading northeast on a grassy woods road (Old Johnsontown Road). In 0.3 mile, the Kakiat Trail, marked by vertical white blazes, joins from the left, briefly runs concurrently with the White Bar Trail, then leaves to the right. The...

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February 26, 2016
Bridge is still out, however, you can just continue along the yellow trail which eventually merges with the red trail and ends up at the Reeves Meadow Parking lot.  From there, it's an easy half mile's picture
August 28, 2014
The Kakiat Trail bridge over Stony Brook has not yet been replaced.
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Daniel Chazin
August 28, 2014
Or is there a place nearby that is possible to cross the stream? 
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