Summer Attractions

The Naples Causeway - We are located right on the Naples Causeway. Take a leisurely stroll along the famous Naples Causeway Boardwalk which leads you on a brick path along beautiful Long Lake and under the Naples Causeway Bridge overlooking the 4th shortest river in the USA, The Chute River
We are located in the heart of the Lakes Region, within walking distance of all the Marinas in Naples, so feel free bring your own boat, or rent a Pontoon Boat or Jet Ski at take a ride on scenic Long Lake up to the Town of Harrison or down the Song River though the Locks and out onto Beautiful Sebago Lake. Paddle Board and Kayak rentals are also locally available.
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Front row on the fourth

Here at the Augustus Bove House our guests have a front row seat for the Naples 4th of July Activities. During the day, the 4th of July Parade comes down the Naples Causeway and passes right in front of our Inn. In the Evening, the viewing of the 4th of July Fireworks its the best around. Our guests can either view the fireworks from our front porch or pull up a chair on our front lawn and view this spectacular site right in front of us over beautiful Long Lake.
An honest-to-goodness replica of the famed Mississippi River Stern Paddle Wheelers. Travel scenic one or two-hour cruises along the shores of beautiful Long Lake, Special cruses include the Blues Cruise, Fireworks Cruise, Sunset Cruises & 80's Party Cruises
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Breathtaking scenic seaplane rides featuring beautiful views including, Long Lake, Brandy Pond, Sebago Lake, White Mountains & majestic Mount Washington.

Swimming & Beaches 

The Lakes region of Maine includes some of the best swimming and sunbathing in Maine. Some of our favorites include:

Naples Town Beach- Located within walking distance, swim and picnic at our beautiful Naples Town Beach, (day passes are available at the ABH for our guests) 
 
Songo Beach is one of the most popular parks in the state. But most find it's worth it once their feet touch the soft, beige sand—which stretches for 300 yards. And once you're there, there's little reason to leave, because the park has bathrooms, a changing area, picnic tables, and an on-site concession stand selling burgers, hot dogs, and other treats
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Golfing

Golfing - Grab your clubs and enjoy the spectacular scenery at one of our local area Golf Courses. Bridgton Highlands Golf & Tennis, Point Sebago Golf Course, Casco & Poland Spring Golf Course.

Boat, jet ski, paddle board and kayaking Rentals

Bring your own, or rent from one of several area marinas within walking distance, Including Captain Dingley's Board Shop, Causeway Marina, Long Lake Marina, Moose Landing Marina, Naples Marina, Sebago Kayak Company, TP RAD Jet Ski Rentals.
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Range beach is expansive enough to accommodate the large number of visitors without getting too crowded. A winding promenade running 1,000 feet along the beach area looks and feels almost like a San Diego boardwalk. But perhaps what is most impressive about Range is its sophisticated handicapped accessibility. Not only are the beach and washroom wheelchair accessible, but so is the water. There is a ramp that extends all the way into the water 
Take a wagon ride through the pastures and hand feed the animals. A family owned and operated farm that raises bison, organic produce and make and sell fresh baked goods.
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Nestled in the foothills of the White Mountains, the Stone Mountain Arts Center is a beautiful timber frame music hall hosting national acts up close and personal in an equally beautiful setting. 
Listed on Maine's State Register of Historic Landmarks and on the National Registry of Historic Places, the theatre is being run as non-profit performing arts center presenting almost forty productions during a season that runs from late late July to mid August.
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For additional information on what our area has to offer check out the Greater Bridgton Chamber of Commerce or Sebago Lakes Region Chamber of Commerce.