Endless water Towns to the north and south on Route 1. There are too many to name here!
Rent a kayak and have the experience of a lifetime. Penobscot Bay typically harbors calm waters for kayaking.
Farm to Table
Just outside of Rockland is Primo, a true Farm to Table restaurant with its very own chickens, hogs, and gardens!
Take a trip to nearby villages
Rockport is just a couple miles away, and is one of the most quintessential towns in New England.
Where the mountains meet the sea
Camden is one of the few places in the world where the mountains meet the sea. Take a hike to enjoy incredible vistas over the water.
Experience Mid-coast Maine’s finest food
Mid-coast Maine is all about the local farms.
Take a trip on an old schooner to check out Penobscot Bay. Trips run multiple times a day out of Camden and Rockport Harbors
Swim in the lakes
There are numerous lakes around Camden. The water is warmer and calmer and great for kids.
Skiing Snow Bowl
Most people don’t think of going to Maine in the winter! Camden has its own ski mountain and lots of fun activities all winter long. Cosy up to the fire and enjoy great meals and long walks on the water without the crowds
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