In downtown Naples, Maine, you can rent boats, kayaks or jet skis to explore the waterways that surround the town—Long Lake and Brandy Pond. You can also buy a ticket for a seaplane ride or catch a ride on a 300-passenger replica of a Mississippi River stern paddle wheeler. A short drive away, you can visit Sebago Lake, the state’s second-largest lake. Your lodging choices in Naples, Maine include lakeside cottages, motels, inns or B&Bs. In the evening, you can find live music in the downtown Causeway area or see a movie at the nearby Bridgton Drive-In.