Camden & Rockland, ME, Guide and Information


Welcome to Camden & Rockland

The Camden-Rockland area provides striking scenic beauty as a backdrop for cultural attractions and unusual shops downtown, as well as outdoor adventures in the surrounding area, from fishing, sailing, and sea kayaking along Maine’s Atlantic coast, to hiking on seaside hilltops or moving slightly inland to one of many nearby lakes and ponds for freshwater fun.

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Outdoor Activities in Camden, Rockland and Rockport

The unpredictability of the coast of Maine resulted in the construction of a flotilla of lighthouses, some of which are considered among the most historically significant in America. Consult both sides of the Camden-Rockland Discovery Map and start charting your tour. Wear good walking shoes to maximize your visiting. From the water, you can take a lighthouse tour with Monhegan Boat Line and Camden Harbor Cruises.


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Art, History and Culture in Camden, Rockland and Rockport

Beauty has long been intrinsic to this part of Mid-Coast Maine. The craggy, cliff-walled coastline of Camden and Rockland skirts a pastoral interior that beckons to be appreciated from countless perspectives.

The well-to-do from big cities such as New York, Boston, Philadelphia, Washington, DC and Chicago discovered the allure of nature here during the nineteenth century and by the 1880s were erecting their summer cottages, mostly in Camden. These expansive Shingle Style homes, along with fine houses that had been built for sea captains, ship builders and merchants decades prior, established this lovely Maine destination as a town of architectural significance. Take a stroll down Bay View Street, High Street and Beauchamp Point to see how and where many wealthy people live. Some of these grand residences have been converted into inns, providing you with the opportunity to stay in an historic dwelling as well.

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​Where to Stay in Camden and Rockland, Maine

Camden and Rockland, Maine, sit on top of each other on Maine’s Atlantic coast in Penobscot Bay. These charming towns offer a quintessential coastal New England experience to travelers visiting from near and far. As the Jewel of the Maine Coast, the Camden/ Rockland area boasts breathtaking coastal views, some of the best seafood in the country, and a charming, historic downtown. Camden and Rockland have something for every traveler, whether you’re looking for a relaxing vacation or the adventure of a lifetime. If you’re planning on visiting Maine, check out our definitive guide of Where to Stay in Camden and Rockland, Maine.

There’s no better way to experience New England than with a stay at a charming Bed and Breakfast. Belmont Inn has welcomed weary travelers since the 1920s, with elegant and upscale accommodations within its 6-bedroom inn. Take breakfast on the porch surrounded by flower gardens before walking to the waterfront for a day of adventure. The Belmont Inn offers the service and style of a time far gone with all the modern amenities you desire.

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