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Things To Do

Activities in the Heart of the Lakes Region of Maine:

Within Walking Distance of the Inn:

Boating, Kayaking, Paddleboards and more – bring your own, rent from one of several vendors, or take a riverboat cruise:


     Captain Dingley’s Board Shop
     Paddle board, tube, wakeboard and ski rentals and lessons
     207- 693-5253


     Causeway Marina
     Fishing, ski and pontoon boat rentals and toys to go along
     207- 693-6832

     Long Lake Marina
     Pontoon and power boat rentals
     207- 693-3159

     Moose Landing Marina
     Pontoon, power boat and tubing rentals
     207- 693-6264


     Naples Marina
     Pontoon, ski-boat rentals
     207- 693-6254

     Rad Jet Ski
     Jet ski rentals

     Sebago Kayak Co.
     Largest selection of kayaks, canoes and stand-up paddle boards in the Lakes Region of Maine.
     Delivery to area lakes.
     207- 935-4763

     Sebago Sailing
     Charters, rentals, lessons and sunset cruises on sailboats such as a 27’ Catalina, 14’ racier sailboats
     or  Sunfish!
     207- 647-4400


     Songo River Queen II
     Paddleboat cruises on Long Lake
     207- 693-6861


     Sun Sports
     Maine's #1 Waterski School. Tube, wakeboard, ski rentals
     207- 693-3967


Ice Cream – this is an activity for the innkeepers

During the summer months, we have no less than 4 ice cream shoppes scooping out delicious cones, one a stone’s throw from the inn.


Naples Seaplane Adventures – view the Lakes Region from the sky
A unique seaplane experience. 25 & 50 mile as well as custom flights available.
207- 232-2594


Steamboat Landing Mini-Golf – ¼ mile off the Causeway
A Maine theme mini-golf located in a shady woodland setting
Memorial Day to Labor Day
207- 693-6782


Swimming – we’ve got beach towels, enjoy the clear lakes.


Walking – Enjoy our new Causeway!
Take a leisurely walk along our beautiful new causeway complete with park benches and greenery. The walk wraps around under the bridge where you will find a landscaped amphitheater. Visit the many shops and restaurants along the way.



Things to do Nearby

Located less than 30 miles northwest of Portland, the Lakes Region of Maine has become the primary reason that Maine is called ‘Vacationland’.  Vacationers from all over the world come to the area to swim, boat, fish, sail, ski, hike, golf, bicycle, antique, view the fall foliage, and most of all, relax!


With over 50 lakes in the area, including Sebago which is Maine’s 2nd largest lake and over 300 feet deep in its deepest spots, the region abounds with fresh water activities including:


Boating – enjoy kayaking, canoeing, water skiing, pontoon & power boating, tubing and paddle boarding. Bring your own or rent from any of several local vendors. Explore the Songo River and travel through the historic Songo Locks to Sebago Lake.


Fishing – Lake trout (Togue), landlocked salmon, bass, brown trout and brookies can be found in the area lakes, ponds & streams. Bring your rod or hire a fishing charter, some guides offer ocean and well as lake fishing. Need a license?


Swimming – Swim in some of the clearest lakes in the country. Enjoy the natural sandy beaches, ask the innkeepers about their favorite secluded cove.


For those seeking adventure on dry ground we suggest:


Gem Stone Hunting – Go treasure hunting in Maine. The area is rich in minerals with quartz and tourmaline found quite easily. Explore on your own or go on a field trip to a local famous gem mine and keep what you find.


Golf and Tennis – Bring your clubs and rackets and enjoy the spectacular scenery surrounding you.

     Bridgton Highlands Golf & Tennis
     Challenging 18-hole golf course with great mountain views. Four outdoor tennis courts – three hard courts
     and one imitation grass. Open to public.
     207- 647-3491

     Point Sebago Golf Course, Casco
     Enjoy a fantastic day of golf on the 18-hole Championship golf course on Sebago Lake
     207- 655-3821


Hiking – Located in the foothills of the White Mountains and surround by national forest, the area abounds with hiking trails, most ending with rewarding vistas. It’s one of the reasons that attracted the innkeepers to this area. Inquire about some of their favorites.



Rainy Day or Any Day Fun

Antiquing – Many antique shops dot the area and make for a great way to spend a leisurely afternoon.


Horse Racing – Scarborough Downs
Live harness racing April thru November


Movie Theaters:

Magic Lantern – A theater with history, Bridgton
Steven King’s ‘The Shining’ premiered here

Smitty’s – Dinner and a Movie, North Windham
Six screens, good food, tables and lounge seating


Reny’s – The famous Maine department store, Bridgton
Old Port – Unique Maine made products, Portland
L. L. Bean – Flagship store & other specialty outlets, Freeport
Cabela’s – 130,000 foot showroom with trophy mounts, Scarborough
Settler’s Green – outlet center, North Conway, New Hampshire



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