Lake Sabbatia is a 237 acre enlarged great pond with an average depth of nine feet and a maximum depth of 30 feet. The entire northern end of the lake is very shallow. Lake Sabbatia, also known as Scuddings or Scaddings Pond. . The lake receives water from Winnecunnet Pond via the Snake River, from Watson's Pond.
Roughly three quarters of the 7.1 miles of shoreline has been developed with residences.
Lake Sabbatia is located on the southern edge of the Hockomock Swamp and is bordered in part by Watson State Park. The lake has excellent access in the form of a paved launching ramp off Bay Street which can be reached taking Exit 9 off Route 495 and heading south on Bay Street. Shoreline fishing is possible near the boat ramp, along Bay Street and along Scadding Street.
Lake Sabbatia offers good fishing for an assortment of warmwater fish. Both largemouth bass and chain pickerel fishing is good, with many decent sized fish present. The panfish are abundant and ice fishing for chain pickerel and yellow perch can be very productive in the winter season.
The pond is heavily used by water skiers and other boaters during the summer months. Other nearby ponds include Watson's Pond (west of Bay Street), Prospect Hill Pond in Taunton, and Winnecunnet Pond in Norton.