Camden Hills State Park

Camden Hills State Park

Tips on How to Best Enjoy Camden Hills State Park Camden Maine is all about enjoying the outdoors. What better way to enjoy Midcoast Maine than with a nice hike. The Camden Hills State Park is a fantastic find. While the easy access Auto Road is one of the most...
Sea Kayak Camden Maine

Sea Kayak Camden Maine

Kayak, Paddle the Penobscot Bay – On Your Own or Guided A Great Adventure In Camden Kayaking the Maine coast is the perfect way to see it. From the vantage of the surface of the water, the hidden coves, island estates, precipitous ledges, all the colors and contours...
Me Oh My! It’s Valentines Day

Me Oh My! It’s Valentines Day

Need to get out of the dog house or just bring the butterflies back? Or maybe you have just found love and want to celebrate that loving feeling. Either way, you should consider a trip to the Maine Coast. The tiny town of Camden Maine is still awake in the cold months...
Sea Salt

Sea Salt

  Maine Sea Salt Company It appears that sea salt has come into vogue. Even the old standby, you know, the salt with the little girl carrying the umbrella? They have 2 kinds of sea salt available at the supermarket. One is from the South Pacific, and the other is...
Pies On Parade Rockland Maine

Pies On Parade Rockland Maine

The Food Pantry and Fuel assistance fundraiser conceived by the Historic Inns of Rockland is very admirable. In the dead of winter these 4 Inns work together to help those in need. Within the last 10 years this event has grown from just a house and food tour to a full...
Skiing in Camden Maine – Camden Snow Bowl

Skiing in Camden Maine – Camden Snow Bowl

Camden Snow Bowl Commercial 2012/2013 from Camden Snow Bowl on Vimeo. *CAMDEN WINDWARD HOUSE (Best B&B in Maine) OFFERS 40% DISCOUNT ON ALL RACK RATES FROM THE CAMDEN WINDWARD HOUSE, BEST DEAL IN CAMDEN MAINE. BUY YOUR TICKETS FROM THE INNKEEPER. The Camden Snow...
Maine Winter Hikes

Maine Winter Hikes

Yes, it’s cold. Yes it’s icy. Yes the trail blazes are covered in snow. Yes you still should get out and hike!  Mid Coast Maine has many hiking trails, but most of them are not recommended in the winter because of their slope, ice and snow conditions. The following...