14 Distinctive Inns…One High Standard
“Where the Mountains meet the sea” is how Camden is often described. With the beautiful Camden Hills overlooking the exquisite harbor, it is the prime location to hike some well-groomed trails that offer spectacular vistas.
Camden Hills State Park is a half mile outside of Camden and offers over thirty miles of hiking trails to suit any level hiker. The trails are open year-round and with each season offer something beautiful to see. Some of the trails are:
The Mount Battie trail is a moderate level hiking trail with a rock scramble at the top. It is about a half hour hike to the top where there is an amazing view of Camden Harbor and the town of Camden.
Primo – Chef Melissa Kelly (only two-time female chef JBF winner) – After 17 seasons, numerous awards, recognitions and two other locations, Primo — in Rockland Maine — has matured into what Chef Melissa Kelly calls a “Full Circle Kitchen…” the ultimate farm to table experience.
The Coastal Mountain Land Trust works to permanently conserve land to benefit the natural and human communities of western Penobscot Bay. In doing so they have established a number of wonderful hiking trails a short drive from Camden: