Why We Love Naples
Naples is located in the Portland–South and Portland–Biddeford area of Maine. The 2010 census reported that it had a population of 3,872 that grew to 3,963 in 2017. Naples, Maine is considered to be a resort area that consists of several outdoor activity opportunities like hiking, sailing and swimming. Here are three local attractions to consider visiting.
Songo River Queen II
The Songo River Queen II is a replica of the Mississippi River Paddle Wheelers. At 93 feet long and 23 feet wide, it weighs over 100 tons. It has two decks and a capacity of 350. Weddings, corporate outings and bus tours are just some of the events it has hosted in the past. During its season, daily boat runs take passengers out on the Songo River for a better view of what it and nature have to offer.
Steamboat Landing Mini Golf
There is no shortage of outdoor activities in Naples, Maine. When you would like to take a break from hiking, sailing and swimming, you can head over to Steamboat Landing Mini Golf. Other mini golf spots have to import their natural elements. The Steamboat Landing incorporated Naples’ natural surroundings. During the summer months, there are plenty of trees that provide shade and benches for resting.
Long Lake is located near Naples, Maine between Bridgton and Harrison. Receding glaciers made this particular lake, which is why when you visit, you will find several coves and rocks perfect for exploring and gazing.
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