Top Reasons to Stay at The Lodge at Camden Hills
- All guest rooms offer private decks with sweeping views of Penobscot Bay, and bi-level suites, fireplace suites, and Jacuzzi cottages all offer galley-style kitchens.
- Located right behind the property, Camden Hill State Park offers 30 miles of scenic hiking trails and wooded hills. Head to the summit of Mount Battie for breathtaking views of the rocky coast.
- The grounds are trimmed with landscaped gardens, Adirondack chairs, and stone fire pits.
- During the summer, Camden Maine Harbor is lined with windjammers and schooners offering scenic cruises and fishing trips. You can also rent a kayak and explore the waters on your own.
- Come autumn, Camden is the postcard picture of New England fall foliage, its forested landscape bursting in shades of red, orange, purple, and gold.
Camden, Maine: 19th-Century Architecture and Scenic Vistas on Penobscot Bay
Fondly nicknamed the Jewel of the Maine Coast, Camden sits on the shores of picturesque Penobscot Bay in southeast Maine. Fodor’s says the area is “one of Maine’s most dramatically beautiful regions” for its rocky coastline. During spring and summer, the harbor fills with yachts, sailboats, and kayaks.
To the west of Camden Harbor lies Camden Hills State Park where hiking trails skirt the mountainside, leading up to an observation tower with sweeping views of the harbor. When it's colder, visitors stick to exploring downtown Camden. Here, 19th-century buildings now house boutiques, art galleries, antique shops, and mom-and-pop eateries serving Maine’s famous lobster.
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