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About Camden

Straight out of a fairytale, the charming town of Camden, Maine is perched on a hill overlooking a horseshoe-shaped harbor peppered with masts of dozens of sailboats. The town’s location where the sea and the mountains meet is enchanting to visitors and locals alike. Camden condo rentals are popular for their return to a simpler way of life filled with moments that take your breath away as you soak in the expansive views.

Things to Do

Camden offers a number of things to do from cultural events held at its historic Camden Opera House to the unique Camden Snow Bowl, the only ski slope on the East Coast with ocean views. The ski area is owned by the town of Camden and provides an economical way (at just $29 a day for adult lift tickets) to enjoy the powder. During the summer, water activities are tops with sailing, especially on historic schooners; kayaking; fishing; and lobster trapping being popular activities. The northern Atlantic water is cold even in August so swimming is left to only the brave or foolhardy. If you’re up for a swim, head to Laite Beach or Megunticook Lake.

Camden Hills State Park is a wonderful place for tourists to spend time. This 5,700-acre park is an outdoor-lover’s dream with 30 miles worth of trails for walking or hiking. There are also as many as 100 campsites for those looking to take a break from their Camden vacation rentals for a night spent under the stars. Another popular part of the park is Auto Road, where families can enjoy a scenic drive up Mount Battie. From the top of this mountain you’ll also be able to see Curtis Island Lighthouse, which is situated at Camden Harbor’s entrance. 


Visitors fly into Boston (three plus hours of drive time but more flight options) or Bangor, Maine (a little over an hour). While a car is not needed if you stay in town and want to walk to restaurants, the harbor, and the stores, it helps to be able to drive the gorgeous Maine coast and it's necessary because the closest airports are some ways away. Renting bikes is also a nice option. For people with cars, don't miss Acadia National Park, which is a picturesque hour and a half drive, mostly along the rocky coast.


Camden experiences four distinct seasons and it's difficult to pick a favorite. Spring temps are in the 30s-40s. Summers bring average highs in the 60s. Fall vacationers and leaf foliage watchers can expect temps in the 40s and 50s. Winter sports ...

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