Whether you're looking for a cozy pub dinner, a fine dining experience or some unforgettable Thai food, we have a recommendation for a restaurant in Camden.
While there is, of course, ample rocky coast to explore in Maine, we recommend considering a day trip inland to visit some of these wineries near Camden.
Check out our recommendations for the best lobster roll in Camden and enjoy as much fresh Maine lobster as you can during your visit!
Just a short drive from Whitehall, explore the various art museums in Rockland and of course, don't forget to grab some coffee and a bite to eat!
Enjoy a Maine-centric book while on a lark or at home with our new "Book + Bed" program! Dive deep into pages about Maine's history both on land and at sea.
With plenty of outdoor space to explore from beaches and piers to nearby state parks, you'll find lots of things to do with kids in Camden.
Maine has a strong tradition of makers and craftsmen, and Camden's boutiques are a great place to find a Maine-made souvenir or gift.
Before heading back to Whitehall from your Belfast day trip, you'll want to make time for a few more memorable stops in this quaint harbor town.
When lunchtime in Belfast rolls around, you have more than a few tasty options in this quaint seaside town.
Only a 30-minute drive from Whitehall, Belfast easily rivals Bar Harbor, Kennebunkport, or Portland in its beauty.
Long Grain, a Thai restaurant in Camden, takes your favorite dishes to new places, using seasonal and local ingredients.
Hike to Mount Battie's summit to understand why Camden's motto is "where the mountains meet the sea."
The coast of Maine is best known for its lobsters and scenic beauty. What better way to enjoy both than on a statuesque windjammer?
Downtown Camden comes alive in the springtime, as seasonal shops and restaurants reopen their doors and the flowers along the harbor begin to bloom. Stroll into town (or stay put!) and visit one of our favorite spots for a cocktail.
If you love a good story as much as we do, join us at the Camden International Film Festival from September 17-20.
After the harsh winter and chilly spring, we immediately took to the great outdoors once the mercury confirmed that summer was indeed upon us.
With a slogan of "where the mountains meet the sea," it's no surprise that Camden is a paradise for outdoor enthusiasts with plenty of hiking and biking.
Long known as the place where the mountains meet the sea, Camden is also the place to experience a vibrant cultural scene in midcoast Maine.
Ask a New Englander what he or she likes best about living in the area, and they will undoubtedly extoll the virtues of having four distinct seasons, a rarity in most corners of the country.
Venturing up the rocky coast of Maine from our properties in Kennebunkport and Portland, we discovered a gem of a hotel in picturesque Camden that has served as a seasonal retreat since the early 1900s.