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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. Bald Mountain Camden Maine Hiking


    A scenic 10 minute drive from our Inn, Bald Mountain Preserve is our favorite area hike. At 1280 feet, the mountain is the 5th highest peak on the eastern seaboard of the United States. Allow approx. 2 hours round trip for a leisurely hike.

    Hiking Bald Mountain

    After a short walk through the forest  you will catch your first glimpse of mountain views and farmlands. For the most part, the remainder of the hike will traverse the rock bound mountain. Follow the blue blazes to the summit where you will find a large cairn in addition to a sign in the foreground with detailed information about the mountains topography.







  3. 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.


  4. 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

  5. Lake Megunticook – Camden Maine

    Exploring pristine Lake Megunticook  provides incredible opportunities to view the abundance of fauna and flora. Today we are highlighting the fauna.  The photo below was taken from Maiden Cliff in Camden Maine which towers 800 feet above the lake. Lake Megunticook is very picturesque and has numerous coves and islands which make for great exploration.

    lake megunticook camden maine


    Click here for a map of the lake.

  6. Dahlias Are Blooming!

    We started nearly 300 Dahlia plants during the first week in April (plenty of snow still on the ground and 25°F) and they are now rewarding us with their colorful blooms. They are all so beautiful but our pick of the week is the lavender white beauty April Dawn.

    April Dawn

    April Dawn


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