Nestled in the heart of the woodlands and lakes of Western Maine, the families living in the Lake Region School District enjoy year-round serenity and natural beauty. Recreational opportunities abound with hiking, camping, boating, swimming, fishing, skiing, snowmobiling, and ice skating readily available.
Residents moving into Lake Region will find a school system that is enhanced by the affordability and diversity of available housing and quality health care services. Life-long learning opportunities are available through local libraries and adult education programs. Additionally, there is local access to a variety of colleges, universities, and extended educational programs.
This scenic area includes giant Sebago Lake, the second largest body of water in the state. The Abnaki Indians named this body of water Sebago, meaning "large open water." For a great lakeside campground, Point Sebago has everything you need on vacation including an 18-hole championship golf course. Long Lake is unique for its connection to Sebago Lake via the Songo River, through a unique lock system dating back to 1830 which is still navigable today and can be seen on a guided cruise aboard the Songo Queen paddleboat. The year round communities of this region are rich in history as well as attractions. The Jones Museum in Sebago is the only devoted collection of glass and ceramics in the country. Other fascinating tours include the Naples Historical Society, the 1793 Shaker community located in New Gloucester, and the Poland Spring bottling plant. Kezar Lake, the Androscoggin and Saco rivers each have special qualities to enjoy along their shores.
Demographics (Town of Naples)
- Population: 3,954
- Median Income: $62,323
- Population Density: 122
- Median Age: 42.9 years
Housing Stats 2019 (Town of Naples)
- # of Sold Properties: 110
- Median Sold Price: $234,475
- Median Days on Market: 26
- Price Change over 2018: 13.27%
Three quaint New England towns: Bridgton, Casco, and Naples, combine to provide a diverse educational program for the children at MSAD 61. By consolidating their resources, the towns maximize the educational opportunities for all children.