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No matter the season or your level of thirst for adventure, there’s no shortage of activities in Camden!

There are a treasure trove of ways to make your visit memorable and truly experience coastal Maine. Don’t forget to check the Events page for specific events taking place throughout the year.

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Camden Opera House
29 Elm Street, Camden
207 236-7963
The stunning Camden Opera House is host to a variety of shows year-round. This grand building tends to be an unexpected surprise to those who walk in off the streets of bustling downtown Camden and find themselves in the halls of an exquisitely reno See More..
 
Camden Public Landing
Public Landing, Camden
Camden’s history of shipping and shipbuilding dates to 1769, when the first of hundreds of wooden sailing ships was built and sailed from here. Today a fleet of schooners provides passenger tours of Penobscot Bay. Public Landing includes Harbor Mas See More..
 
Camden Public Library
55 Main Street, Camden
207 236-3440
The Camden Public Library, located at the heart of Camden’s breathtaking inner harbor, is a cultural and intellectual center for the community. CPL’s friendly atmosphere provides universal access to knowledge and life-long learning through print See More..
 
Camden Snow Bowl
20 Barnestown Road, Camden
207 236-3438
Nestled among picturesque harbors, charming inns, and award-winning restaurants, the Camden Snow Bowl is the only ski resort on the East Coast with ocean views. It is also recently renovated and improved. Skiing terrain has been increased by nearly 5 See More..
 
Curtis Island
Outer Camden Harbor, Camden
Camden took ownership of the island in 1970 and the lighthouse in 1997 from the U.S. Coast Guard. Less than a mile from the Public Landing, this 7.5-acre island is accessible only by small boat. Land on harbor side and tie up, keeping the 10-foot tid See More..
 
Laite Memorial Beach Park
Bayview Street, Camden
Named for Gilbert C. Laite, who led efforts to develop this park in the 1930s. Grassy, embankment with swings for children. Stairs lead to pebble beach. Dogs allowed on beach before 8 a.m. and after 6 p.m. May 1 to October 1. From downtown: Bay View See More..
 
Lyman Morse at Wayfarer Marine
59 Sea Street, Camden
207-236-4378
We are very pleased to announce that Wayfarer Marine has been purchased by Lyman-Morse Boatbuilding of Thomaston, Maine. Welcome to Lyman-Morse at Wayfarer Marine. Lyman-Morse at Wayfarer Marine will be an extension for all Lyman-Morse’s capabili See More..
 
Maine Sport Outfitters
115 Commercial Street, Rockport
207 236-7120
Experts in outfitting since 1976. Visit us for all of your outdoor adventure needs. We are the premier destination in Maine for paddlers, campers, cyclists, fishermen and climbers! We carry footwear, gear and clothing; we also offer the best select See More..
 
Penobscot Bay YMCA
116 Union Street, Rockport
207 236-3375
OUR PROMISE We are an association of men, women and children of all ages and from all walks of life joined together by a shared passion: to strengthen the foundation of community. With a commitment to nurturing the potential of kids, promoting he See More..
 
Schooner Olad & Cutter Owl
PO Box 432, Camden
207-236-2323
Let us be your Camden Maine Sailing Experience! Join us for a two-hour day sail or custom charter to enjoy all the beauties that Penobscot Bay has to offer such as its beautiful rocky shoreline, hidden mansions, small islands, lighthouses, seals, bal See More..
 
Schooner Surprise
PO Box H, Camden
207.236.4687
We offer two hour day sailing trips on the historic schooner Surprise out of Camden, Maine. We sail around the magnificent Penobscot Bay. On our day cruises we will see lighthouses, wildlife, private yachts and summer estates. Come and join us for a See More..
 
Shirttail Point Park
Washington Street, Camden
Located on a slow-moving, shallow section of the Megunticook River. Beach is ideal for small children. Grassy area for picnics. Dogs allowed before 8 a.m. and after 6 p.m. May 1 to October 1. From downtown: Rt. 105 (Washington St.) for 1.4 miles to S See More..
 
The Camden Conference
PO Box 882, Camden
207-236-1034
“An absolutely phenomenal experience!” In 1986, a handful of Midcoast residents with insight, enthusiasm, and connections launched the idea of “bringing the world to Camden.” By February 1987, they had managed to attract a handful of bi See More..
 
Village Green
Corner of Main Street and Chestnut St., Camden
Camden's Village Green was designed by Frederick Law Olmsted, Jr., one of America's most prominent landscape architects. He wanted the design to be a simple, unadorned place, with a long sweeping lawn visible from downtown, along with tree plantings, See More..

  
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