South of Camden- Rockport – Indian Island Light

Decommissioned and privately owned since the 1930’s. Original lighthouse station was built in 1850 and rebuilt in 1974. A distant view from shore is possible from the Marine Park in Rockport. From Camden, go South on US Route 1 to the ME route 90 intersection....

Camden – Curtis Island Light

Active light on Curtis Island. The original light station dates from 1836; the present lighthouse and keeper’s house date from the 1800’s. Originally known as Negro Island, the island and lighthouse were renamed Curtis Island in honor of Cyrus H. Curtis...
Maine Windjammer Association

Maine Windjammer Association

Being an Innkeeper of a 1854 house, I can appreciate the beauty of the historic boats in the Camden, Rockport and Rockland Harbors. The Lewis R French and The Stephen Tabor Ships are the oldest ships in the Windjamer Association dating back to 1871. A house or a boat...

Check Out This Great Leaf Peeping Tour Map….

Are you doing some leaf peeping this fall in Maine? Here is a fantastic tour from the Windward House B&B in downtown Camden Maine, that enjoys a lakeside drive, the gentle rolling Camden Hills, and the hills of Hope in the distance, with stop offs at a lake...

Monhegan Island Day Trip – Maine Day Trip

Did you know that Camden Maine was a fantastic place from which to tour Monhegan Island? Another Great Full Day Excursion from Camden Windward House 6am-6pm or 9am-6pm. If you take the 10:30 am boat you can enjoy breakfast at the Windward House The 7am boat for a long...

Bruce E Gamage Jr Antiques Rockland Maine

Bruce Gamage, Jr. Antique Estate Auctioneer, Maine License #AR480 467 Main Street, Rockland, ME 04841 Tel: 207-594-4963 Fax: 207-594-0674 email: bgamage@midcoast.com Possible Tour Itinerary for this Location: In Downtown Rockland Maine convenient to touring from the...

Rockland Antique Marketplace

A group center for many different dealers this is a great gem of a place and in a convenient location if you are planning on touring Rockland Maine. With floor space large enough to enjoy but not overwhelming I always find some high quality gems and the prices are...

Off the Beaten Trail Trip

Off the Beaten Path for a day: Wake up and enjoy a wonderful and fortifying breakfast at Camden Windward House. Walk out the back door of the Inn and up the street to the Mt. Battie Trail. The trail is only .5 miles but it is a work out. Hike to the top of Mt. Battie...

Schooner Surprise

The elegant schooner Surprise is the oldest sail boat in the harbor. A cruise aboard her is a wonderful addition to your stay at the Camden Windward House Bed and Breakfast. The boat launches 2 blocks form the Inn. 2 hour tours of Penobscot Bay. Captain Jack and 1st...

Park It and Save

Once you are here, you can park the car and walk to all Camden activities. Save on gas: Things that you can walk to from Camden Windward House Bed and Breakfast: You won’t have to get in your car until you have to check out. – Shopping: 1 block, boutique...

Nature Exploration Guides

Camden Windward House highly recommends Don Kleiner and Maine Outdoors. Please as Innkeeper to make a reservation for you.Eagle Watching Trip and Hiking The eagle watching trip is intended to provide folks that have never seen an eagle that opportunity any season of...

Sadie’s Antiques, Lincolnville Rt 1

Sadie’s Antiques in Lincolnville, just 20 minutes north of Camden Maine is a wonderful 2 floor antique shop on Route 1 Bonnie McKenzie telephone number: (207) 236-0023 I addres: Route One, 2164 Atlantic Hwy. Lincolnville, Maine 04849 Website:...