Western Maine’s Lakes & Mountains Attractions:
The name says it all – the pristine lakes and mountain region of which Lakeview Inn is located in the heart of. Explore the rocky shores of many lakes and ponds in your choice of watercraft. Swim in the clearest water you’ve ever seen. Experience the fantastic views that many of our hiking trails provide. Take time to relax, breathe in the fresh air, and rejuvenate yourself.
Deertrees Theatre, Harrison – Maine’s Most Enchanting Playhouse
1936 opera house, built with near perfect acoustics, presents an eclectic offering of musical and theatrical performances.
Performances July & August
Oxford Casino, Oxford
Over 850 slot machines, table games such as Blackjack, Craps, Roulette, and Ultimate Texas Hold ‘Em
Open year-round 24/7
Sabbathday Lake Shaker Village, New Gloucester – A National Historic Landmark
The Shakers migrated from England to Colonial America in 1774 in pursuit of religious freedom and built 9 communal settlements. Strict believers in celibacy, the Shakers maintained their numbers through conversion and adoption of orphans and this community once grew to 6,000 in 1840. Today it is the only remaining active Shaker community in the U.S. with 3 remaining members.
Memorial Day Weekend – Columbus Day Weekend (closed Sundays)
Sebago Lake State Park, Naples/Casco
This forested lakeside park situated on the north shore of Maine’s deepest & second largest lake provides sandy beaches, woodlands, ponds and a river to explore. Swimming, sport fishing, boating, bicycling and hiking are some of the ways to enjoy the 1,400 park.
Songo River Queen II – at the Naples Causeway
Mother’s Day thru Halloween.
A replica of the famed Mississippi River Paddle Wheelers
Take a scenic riverboat tour of Long Lake. The two-deck Queen can accommodate large groups for private charters for weddings, corporate outings, and other functions.
Songo Locks – Working lock system listed on the National Register of Historic Places
Last remaining locks from a 30-plus system built in the 1830s which linked Long Lake to the Atlantic Ocean near Portland via the Oxford-Cumberland Canal.
Within an Hour:
Grafton Notch State Park, Newry – A Part of the Appalachian Trail
Great hiking and sight-seeing. Moose sightings are common. Visit the Artist’s Covered Bridge while there.
Portland Headlight, Cape Elizabeth – One of the Most Photographed Light Houses in US
Along the spectacular shores of Fort Williams Park
Portland, Maine – a mecca for shopping and dining
Bon Appetit’s Foodiest Small Town in America in 2009
Discover the Old Port and Casco Bay Islands
Freeport, Maine – Home of L.L. Bean Flagship Store
Experience world class outlet and boutique shopping. Voted the Best Shopping Town in New England by Yankee Magazine
North Conway, New Hampshire – Ride the Conway Scenic Railroad
A tremendous railroad trip during fall foliage. Fun for all ages. North Conway is well known for its outlet/specialty shops as well as Mount Washington & the Kancamangus Highway, a little further up the road.
Staying for a few days?
Staying for a few day? Here are some ideas for day trips along with unique activities.
Phone: (207) 693-9099
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