Experience Camden in Winter!
Winterfest Week — January 31-February 7, 2014
Toboggan Nationals — February 7-9, 2014
Camden offers a full Maine experience, in just 26 square miles …
A scenic harbor, home to classic windjammers, lobster boats, sailboats and yachts from around the world.Watch the boats from a bench at water side or take a day trip or multi- day vacation.
Sights include Curtis Island with its historic lighthouse at the head of the harbor and Mt. Battie where you can hike or drive for a bird’s eye view of the town and harbor. From everywhere around town, enjoy views of spectacular Penobscot Bay.
Ski, ride, or tube at the Camden Snow Bowl in the winter; mountain bike in the other seasons.
The Snow Bowl is one of the only ski mountains in the East with ocean views!
Accommodations include Bed & Breakfasts, Inns and Hotels for all budgets.
Eat at a harborside restaurant or enjoy other dining options often featuring Maine’s signature treat—lobster. A picture perfect location for any special occasion, like a wedding, honeymoon, or anniversary getaway!
Myriad kid-friendly adventures!
Downtown features a range of locally-owned shops, boutiques, and galleries with an incomparable assortment of clothing, gifts, books, art, local creations, jewelry and memorabilia. Treat yourself to a bit of Camden and choose gifts to share with family and friends.
Remember to take a bit of Camden, Maine with you
at the end of your visit to share with family and friends!