China Lake Waterfront, Vassalboro and China Maine
Maine waterfront venue of China Lake, in Kennebec County. A large lake with a well developed shoreline. Both year round and seasonal homes flourish here, and therefore you will find a multitude of all the activities that a big lake will give you. Fishing, kayaking, paddling, jet skiing, and boating of all kinds are available.
Near the city of Augusta, this lake covers nearly 4000 acres. With a maximum depth of 85 feet, you will find cold water fish, as well as the many fisheries of brown trout, large and smallmouth bass, chain pickerel, perch, and brook trout.
The elongated eastern basin is entirely within the town of China, and has an irregular shoreline heavily developed with residences and seasonal cottages. The circular western basin extending into East Vassalboro is as deep as 85 feet, and they have discouraged shoreline development around the western basin to allow use as a water supply for nearby Winslow. Water quality is a priority for China Lake.
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