These are some of our favorite places in the Camden area!
Maine Sport – Outdoor sporting goods and rentals.
Josephine – Chic clothes for women.
Owl and the Turtle – Excellent bookstore and cafe.
Cashmere Goat – Knitting and yarn shop.
Leslie Curtis Designs – Fine wicker and home furnishings.
Arts Galleries, Museums and Rainy Day Activities
Farnsworth Art Museum
Owls Head Transportation museum
Center for Maine Contemporary Art
Small Wonder Gallery
The Coastal Maine Children’s Museum
Cellar Door Winery
Places to Eat and Drink
Rhumb Line-The new seafood restaurant on Camden Harbor at Lyman Morse boatyard, specializes in fresh local sea food.
French and Brawn-Small grocery store with premade soups, salads, sandwiches and baked goods. Beer and Wine.
Boynton McKay– Great breakfast and Lunch sit down or take out. Baked goods and homemade desserts
The Waterfront Restaurant– On the harbor seating. Indoors and outdoors. Lunch, dinner and Bar menu.
Zoot– Delicious coffee and teas as well as homemade, healthy, baked goods.
Long Grain– Excellent Asian, Thai food sit in or take to go.
Peter Ott‘s- Tavern and steakhouse on the harbor in Camden.
Places to Stay
Camden Premier Inns– These 20 bed and breakfast inns provide among the finest accommodations in the world and are located in Camden. These lovely inns offer lodging packages which include a sail on Surprise.The Maine Stay Inn, Whitehall Inn, Captain Swift Inn, Abigail’s Inn, Blue Harbor House, Camden Harbor Inn, Hartstone Inn, Hawthorn Inn, Windward House, Blackberry Inn, Victorian By The Sea , Inn At Sunrise Point, 16 Bay View Hotel, Grand Harbor Inn, Lord Camden Inn, Timber Cliffe Cottage, Norumbega, Lincolnville Motel, Elms of Camden.
Also check out Camden Bed and Breakfast Association website.
For rental properties go to Camden Accommodations.
Real Estate Offices
If you are as smitten with Camden as we are and are interested in looking at property or buying a home Camden Real Estate Company will help you to find the place.
Our Favorite Places to Hike and Swim
Mount Battie-Awesome views of Camden Harbor and Penobscot Bay. Maidens Cliff– Beautiful view of Megunticook Lake and surrounding area. Bald Mountain– Longer hike with views of Camden and Rockport and Penobscot Bay. Bald Rock– Hike from Lincolnville overlooking the Bay and Islesboro.
For more information and trail maps checkout: www.camdenhillsstatepark.com
Megunticook Lake, Beauchamp Point, Lincolnville Beach, and Rockport Harbor Beach.