Togue Pond is one of the numerous bodies of water in Maine, what makes this one special is its close proximity to the southern entrance of Baxter State Park.
Of course, Baxter State park is probably the most well known park located in Maine, in close competition with Acadia National Park.
The pond offers a multitude of adventures to be had including fishing, camp fires, and swimming, while also giving you a brilliant look at Mt. Katahdin.
The fishing regulations are conservative for this pond, as they are hoping to preserve the sport for many years to come. I am not an avid fisher, but I’ve been informed that the pond does contain trout and salmon.
So, if you’re ever heading towards Baxter State Park, and happen to notice a relatively large pond, that is Togue Pond.