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  1. Curtis Island Lighthouse Camden Maine

    Seven-acre Curtis Island is a short distance offshore at the entrance to Camden Harbor.  The island is a public park but is only accessible by boat. Kayak scenic Camden Harbor then paddle out to the lighthouse to enjoy a picnic lunch on the island.

    Great views of the Camden Hills, harbor seals at play, eagles, ospreys, and sailing yachts are just a few of the captivating sights.

    Curtis Island Lighthouse Camden Maine

     

     

  2. Maine Oceanfront Getaway Spring Special

     

    An Oceanfront Cottage at Cedarholm Garden Bay Inn

    Camden Maine Spring Getaway Package – Third Night Free!

    Take advantage of our Maine Coast Inn’s Spring Special by booking now for Stays of 2 Nights in May at our low season rates and receive your Third Night Free. Our noted private, quiet, and uniquely beautiful seaside property with luxury cottages at the edge of the sea beckons you to indulge in life’s simple pleasures. Awaken to an ocean sunrise, enjoy up-close views of picturesque Penobscot Bay or wander our Inn’s acres of  perennial gardens and grounds.

     

  3. Maine Coast And Islands, Key To A Great Destination – First Edition

    Explorer’s Guides has published their first edition of  “Maine Coast and Islands – Key to a Great Destination.

    The guide lists Cedarholm Garden Bay Inn as a “Best Place To Stay” in Camden/Lincolnville Maine.

    The authors write  …

    “Cedarholm Garden Bay Inn offers private waterside cottages.  Incredible gardens are the first symptom of the lavish care at this spot with four perfect upscale cottages right on the sea.”

    Explorer Guides

  4. Camden Windjammer Festival Weekend- Camden Maine

    Windjammer Festival: Important

    Schedule Changes/Hurricane Earl

    Here is our original post on August 9, 2010 for the upcoming Camden Maine Windjammer Festival event, however the scheduled has been changed due to Hurricane Earl. Our local chamber has posted the following important information regarding the event:

    Following consultations with public safety officials and based on the best weather information available the evening of Wednesday, September 1, the Camden Windjammer Festival committee organizers are delaying the start of the festival unti 4pm on Saturday, This means that the Festival is cancelling all of Friday’s and most of Saturday’s events.

    This is due to both the prospect of heavy rain and strong winds from Hurricane Earl Friday night into Saturday early afternoon and because as a responsible community we do not want to start an event that brings large crowds to town at a time when Emergency Management Agencies are likely to be counseling caution and limited travel.

    The festival will begin officially at 4pm on Saturday with an official announcement over the PA. Saturday’s events will consist of:

    7:30pm  outdoor movie, Library Amphitheatre (wind permitting)
    7:30pm (doors open) Paranoid Social Club and guests, Camden Opera House

    On Sunday, we are adding the pancake breakfast (7-10am) and the Chowder Challenge (11:30am-2pm)- both contingent on availability of both volunteers and product from the Rotary Clubs. We are also moving the fireworks to 9pm on Sunday evening, contingent on an ok from the Coast Guard and Central Maine Pyrotechnics (the fireworks company).

    All other Sunday events will proceed as scheduled, unless changing weather conditions require further changes.

    Full Revised Schedule: Available online atwww.camdenwindjammerfestival.com/events

  5. Camden Windjammer Festival – Camden Harbor, Maine Photos

    Camden Windjammer Festival is packed with events and fireworks and is scheduled for Friday September 3rd through Sunday September 5th 2010. Well over a dozen historic windjammers, sleek day sailing yachts, and motor fishing boats will enter Camden Harbor Friday afternoon for the Labor Day weekend gala.  For years Camden Harbor has been the home port of this event each Labor Day weekend and it attracts old salts, historians, boat builders, woodworkers, and sailing enthusiasts from around the globe.

    A Fleet Of Schooners

    A Fleet Of Schooners

    The windjammer event provides a unique opportunity to board and take a walking tour of each of these beautifully and impeccably restored historic sailing ships.

    Nathaniel Bowditch

    Nathaniel Bowditch

    Nathaniel Bowditch is an 82′ schooner that was built in 1922.

    Schooner Captain

    Schooner Captain

    Speak one on one with schooner ship Captains and their crews who are eager to share their ship’s history, tales of the sea,  in addition to their own sailing adventures.

    Boarding Schooners

    Boarding Schooners

    Camden Harbor Maine

    Camden Harbor Maine

    Camden Harbor with Mount Battie rising above the harbor.

    Day Sailor

    Day Sailor

    Climb aboard and take a 2 hour sail out of picturesque Camden Harbor Maine. You will sail past spectacular islands and lighthouses and view seals, eagles, porpoises and may even see a lobster fishermen hauling traps.

    Sailing Olad

    Day Sailng Out Of Camden Harbor

  6. Maiden Cliff Trail Camden, Maine – Photos

    Hiking Up To The Cross

    The trail to the summit is only 1 mile and affords scenic views of Megunticook Lake, the interior and coastal mountains with distant views of Penobscot Bay.

    Trail Head

    Trailhead

    Access to this trailhead can be found off route 52 in Camden, however you may take longer hikes through various trails within the Camden Hills State Park trail system to reach Maiden Cliff.

    Starting Off

    Starting Off

    The trail is not difficult yet steadily climbs upward through the woods over rocks and tree roots.

    Over Some Rocks And Roots

    Over Some Rocks And Roots

    Bridge Over A Seasonal Stream

    Footbridge Over A Seasonal Stream

    Along the  way  you will cross over a wooden footbridge. This time off year it is relatively dry however in the spring there is usually a steady flow of water rushing under the bridge.

    Water Under Bridge

    Trickling Water

    More Of The Same

    Water Under Footbridge

    Lots Of Tree Roots Along The Way

    Lots Of Tree Roots Along The Way

    Plenty of exposed tree roots along this part of trail.

    Continuing On The Trail

    Half Way There

    Halfway along this trail one of the other trails intersects. We stay on course to the cliff.

    Continuing Along The Trail

    Continuing Along The Trail

    Looking

    A Westerly View

    At the summit gazing at interior mountains and pristine Meguntiook Lake.

    Looking

    Southerly View

    Distant views of Penobscot Bay and Islands to the south. The cross was erected some years after Elenora French fell off the cliff and died in 1864.

    Osprey Flying Just Above Us

    Osprey Flying Just Above Us

    Incredible opportunity to see Osprey, Eagles and Turkey Vultures soaring just above, below, and at eye level.

    Cedarholm Garden Bay Inn is on the oceanside and just 1 mile from the incredibly beautiful Camden Hills State Park. To download a trail map click  here.

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