Long Lake

Between the towns of Naples, Bridgton, and Harrison, Maine, there is a gorgeous 11 mile lake entitled Long Lake. Long Lake is full of crystal blue waters, as well as coves and rocks since it was actually created by receding glaciers. The great thing about Long Lake is the fact that there is a wide array of wildlife which can be found in the area such as loons. The depth in the deepest point of Long Lake is 163 feet. Long Lake covers over 5,000 acres and its primary outflow is the Songo River. The lake itself is long and thin making it a perfect lake for many homes and vacation rentals to situate. There are wonderful bed and breakfasts surrounding the lake as well as historic homes, cute cottages, and beautiful condos.

  • 5295 acres
  • 23 ft. mean depth
  • 59 ft. maximum depth

Living on Long Lake gives owners and visitors the opportunity to live in a tranquil and peaceful environment complete with spectacular views. The view of Long Lake is beautiful as well as the view of the natural setting which includes lush forests and trees. In terms of recreation, Long Lake affords a ton of things to do which include boating and fishing which are both very popular attractions for many. There is also great shopping in the area as well as delicious dining options. Some other popular activities in the Long Lake area include hiking on the many hiking trails surrounding the lake, there are about 100 different hiking trails surrounding the lake, visiting the many informative museums in the area such as the Maine Maritime Museum, the Conway Historical Society, the Portland Harbor Museum, or the Fryeburg Historical Society Museum, horseback riding, golfing, visiting nature centers, spending time in pristine parks such as the Sebago Lake State Park, float trips, and even visiting 1 of the 20 majestic waterfalls located in the area.