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Naples is located in Cumberland County, Maine. The town is a popular summer tourist destination and offer numerous water sports and recreation. Several bodies of water are located either in the town or adjacent to it. They include Sebago Lake, Long Lake, Chute River, Trickey Pond and Brandy Pond.
The downtown area includes art galleries, gift shops, antique shops, and miniature golf courses. The town is also home to many inns, motels and bed-and-breakfasts.
Named for Naples, Italy, the town was incorporated on March 4, 1834 from parts of Otisfield, Harrison, Raymond and Bridgton. Between 1845 and 1856, it annexed more land from Sebago, Otisfield and Bridgton. The Songo Lock, completed two years before town incorporation, linked Long Lake and Brandy Pond with Sebago Lake, allowing passage of boats from Harrison to Portland through the Oxford-Cumberland Canal in Standish.
The 2010 U.S. Census states there are 3,872 residents in Naples, ME
According to the 2000 U.S. Census Bureau, Naples Maine was home to 1,297 households and 931 families.
Naples, Maine Homes and Real Estate: In 2000, there were 2,381 homes and an average of 75 homes per square mile. 17% of Naples homes are occupied by renters. A good amount of homes in Naples are seasonal or vacation homes. The average age of homes in town is fairly low.
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