Hancock Pond, Maine – Laser Cut Wood Map
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This is our compellingly detailed, laser engraved and precision cut Map of Hancock Pond in Oxford County, Maine; with the following interesting stats carved into it:
Located in Oxford County
Surface Area: 858 acres
Maximum Depth: 70 feet
Average Depth: 17 feet
Hancock Pond is the largest of the Hancock Brook Chain. The narrow-gauge railroad followed the east shore of the pond through West Sebago. The remainder of the pond is in Denmark.
The railroad maintained a water tank adjacent to the pond which was favored stop during summer excursions when passengers would swim in the pond. Subsequent shoreline development with residences and seasonal cabins has caused increased algal blooms in the pond.
The pond supports the same fish species found in Sand Pond, since the thoroughfare between the two ponds allows easy passage at similar pond elevations.
Hancock Brook overflows a dam at the southwest corner of Hancock Pond into a boggy area including small Mud Pond and crosses the town line from Denmark into Hiram before reaching 34-acres Middle Pond approximately (1.6 km) downstream.
Hancock Brook downstream of Middle Pond forms the town line between Hiram to the west and Sebago to the east.