Pettingill Pond in Windham is 43 acres in size with a perimeter of 1.9 miles and a maximum depth of 29 feet. This small pond is located in a populated area and the pond itself is heavily developed. The majority of the pond, particularly the northern end, is shallow and weedy.
Water quality is average and is managed for both warmwater and coldwater fish species. Largemouth bass provide the majority of angling opportunities but pickerel, brown trout and perch among other species also make this pond home.
Want to explore Pettingill Pond by kayak or canoe? The public access to this body of water can be tricky to find. Follow Anglers Road off Route 302 for about 0.4 miles. The small dirt access is immediately after house #48 on the left and across the road from house #51.
North Windham, part of the town of Windham near Sebago Lake, is a village with many restaurants, opportunities for shopping and is only a short drive to Portland.
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