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A scenic coastal town, full of unique shops, historic homes, and visiting sailboats.
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"Where the Mountains Meet the Sea", right off US Route 1.
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The museum currently houses the largest collection of lighthouse lenses as well as the biggest and best collection of Coast Guard memorabilia and lighthouse artifacts in the entire country.

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The Maine Lighthouse Museum contains the largest collection of rare and priceless fresnel lenses, lighthouse artifacts, buoys, working lights, sound signals, bells, ship models, Coast Guard search and rescue gear and lifesaving memorabilia in the country.

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Maine Lighthouse Museum Info

Maine Lighthouse Museum
1 Park Drive
Rockland, ME 04831
Phone: 207-594-3301

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9am to 5pm - Year Round
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Camden Maine Parks & Recreation Areas - from quaint harbor parks to modern green spaces, Camden offers a myriad of parks & recreational venues for outdoor enthusiasts

The Camden area is home to some of the state’s foremost parks and recreational areas. For example, the Camden Hills State Park is the most visited state park in Maine and offers visitors some of the best panoramic coastal views and scenic hiking trails in the state. The Owls Head State Park features the historic Owls Head Lighthouse which has consistently proven to be one of the most popular lighthouses in the state of Maine. And the Breakwater Marie H. Reed Park is home to the Rockland Breakwater, a granite breakwater pier that juts out nearly a mile from the Rockland Harbor shoreline with great harbor views and nautical traffic.

Outstanding parks and local recreational areas provide visitors with a wealth of options from scenic hikes to nature walks to casual sightseeing opportunities that showcase the beauty, spirit and uniqueness of Midcoast Maine.

Parks & Recreation Areas near Camden

Camden Maine Parks & Recreation Areas

Camden Maine Area Parks & Recreation Areas

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Barrett's Cove, Megunticook Lake

Route 52,
Beaucaire Ave.
Camden, ME 04843
Trip: 3 miles
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Barrett's Cove Park - Camden, ME

Located on Route 52 beneath the sheer granite of Maiden's Cliff that is part of Camden Hills State Park, this small freshwater park is located on Megunticook Lake in Camden Maine. The park features a classic lakefront beach that offers picnicking, outdoor grills, playgrounds for the kids, public restrooms, a public boat launch ramp, and changing areas and free parking with easy access.

Trip: 3 miles from Camden

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Birch Point Beach State Park

Ballyhac Rd.
Owls Head, ME 04854
Trip: 15 miles
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Birch Point Beach State Park - Owls Head, ME

This is a small hidden 50+ acre state park that is located on the shoreline of Owls Head. The park has a 200-yard crescent-shaped pocket beach that is located in a forested preserve with a freshwater marsh. The sandy beach offers sweeping panoramic views of Western Penobscot Bay and the surrounding islands. There are no facilites and only limited parking. The park offers swimming, fishing and picnicing, It is also a good place to launch a kayak.

Trip: 15 miles from Camden

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Rockland Breakwater

Samoset Rd.
Rockland, ME 04841
Trip: 8 miles
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Breakwater Marie Reed Park - Camden, ME

Located off the Samoset Road, this small park, named in honor of Marie H. Reed, includes a tiny sand beach and serves as the entrance to the Rockland Breakwater. The Rockland Breakwater is a granite breakwater that juts out nearly a mile from the Rockland Harbor shoreline. It was built to protect the harbor. The Rockland Breakwater offers panoramic ocean views and nearly a mile long walk to the Rockland Breakwater Lighthouse at the end of the pier with great harbor views and nautical traffic.

Trip: 8 miles from Camden

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Camden Harbor Park

Atlantic Ave.
Camden, ME 04843
Trip: 0.25 miles
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Camden Harbor Park & Amphitheatre - Camden, ME

Testaments to the creativity of two of the most important landscape architects in American history are the Camden Harbor Park and the Camden Amphitheater. Designed in 1931 by the Olmsted Brothers, sons of the renowned Frederick Law Olmsted who designed Central Park in New York City and Boston’s Emerald Necklace, Camden Harbor Park’s gentle hillside slopes were skillfully landscaped and sculpted to provide the best views of Camden Harbor. The Amphitheater, adjacent to Camden Harbor Park, was formed through the artful hands of Fletcher Steele, a landscape architect whose elegant masterpieces include many famous private estates across the country. The parks have hosted countless picnics, craft fairs, weddings, concerts, family strolls, festivals, theater productions, graduations and have served, most notably, as the background setting for the 1957 Hollywood movie, Peyton Place.

Trip: 0.25 miles from Camden

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Camden Hills State Park

280 Belfast Rd.
Camden, ME 04843
TF: 207-236-0849
PH: 207-236-3109
Trip: 1.6 miles

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Camden Hills State Park - Camden, ME

This 5,700 acre park off US 1 in Camden is the most visited state park in Maine. The beauty of this park inspired the prose of the poet Edna St. Vincent Millay. The park offers an oceanside picnic area, a family campground, a winding auto road up to the 800 foot summit of Mount Battie, which features a stone tower on top with sweeping views of Penobscot Bay, and Mount Megunticook - one of the highest points on the Atlantic seaboard. There is an extensive 30-mile trail system with access from several park trailheads. Maps can be obtained at the park entrance office. Park facilties include camping (112 sites), picnic tables, toilets, hot showers, a dumping station and plenty of parking. In winter, x-country ski trails and snow-shoeing trails make this a popular recreation area. Snowmobiling is also allowed.

Trip: 1.6 miles from Camden

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Coastal Maine Botanical Gardens

132 Botanical Garden Dr
Boothbay, ME 04537
PH: 207-633-4333
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Trip: 46 miles

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Coastal Maine Botanical Gardens - Boothbay, ME

Named by TripAdvisor as the #1 ranked public garden in the United States, Coastal Maine Botanical Gardens is located on 248 acres in Boothbay. It is the only botanical garden in Maine, the largest in New England and one of very few that is located on the coast. Whether you enjoy photographing and strolling through cultivated gardens or hiking and meandering through wild Maine woodlands and shoreline, Coastal Maine Botanical Gardens is for you. The Gardens is open to the public 9-5 daily, admission is $14 for adults, $12 for seniors, and $6 for children.

Trip: 46 miles from Camden

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Glen Cove Rest Area

US Route 1
Glen Cove, ME 04846
Trip: 6 miles
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Glen Cove Rest Area - Glen Cove, ME

Located in Glen Cove, Maine directly off US 1, the Glen Cove Rest Area features a classic picnic area that offers picnic tables, outdoor grills, public restrooms, a small saltwater tidal beach, and an oceanfront view of Glen Cove and Penobscot Bay. The beach looks out onto Glen Cove and offers saltwater swimming in a relatively protected oceanfront setting at high tide. At low tide, the beach is a great place to explore the mud flats for sea shells, crabs, urchins, snails and sand dollars.

Trip: 6 miles from Camden

 
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Johnson Memorial Park - Chickawaukie Lake

Route 17
Lakeview Dr.
Rockland, ME 04846
Trip: 9 miles
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Johnson Memorial Park - Rockland, ME

Located on Chickawaukie Lake on Route 17 in Rockland, Maine, this town-operated small freshwater beach and park offers freshwater lake swimming, free parking and easy access. There is a picnic area with barbecue grills, restrooms and a public boat launch.

Trip: 9 miles from Camden

 
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Laite Memorial Beach

Bay View St.
Camden, ME 04841
Trip: 0.6 miles
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Laite Memorial Park - Camden, ME

Laite Memorial Beach on Camden Harbor offers oceanfront swimming with scenic views of Camden Harbor, Camden Hills and Penobscot Bay. There is a picnic area with grills, a playground for the kids, a large grassy knoll, and public restrooms.

Trip: 0.6 miles from Camden

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Maerryspring Nature Center

30 Conway Rd.
Camden, ME 04843
PH: 207-236-2239
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Trip: 1.2 miles

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Merryspring Nature Center - Camden, ME

Merryspring Nature Center is a 66-acre private park and nature center in Camden, Maine, with walking trails, an arboretum, and several themed gardens including wildflower, herb, rock, rose, and children's gardens. The center of the park comprises several large meadows, which harken to the days when Merryspring was a sheep farm. The surrounding woods are a mixture of evergreen and deciduous trees, with a few notable old specimens of almost every species native to Maine. The Center is open to the public every day free of charge. Please note, no dogs are allowed in the park.

Trip: 1.2 miles from Camden

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Midcoast Recreation Center

535 West St.
Route 90
Rockport, ME 04856
PH: 207-236-9400
Trip: 4.5 miles

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Midcoast Recreation Center - Rockport, ME

The Midcoast Recreation Center features tennis and an indoor ice arena located on a 27-acre campus off of Route 90 about 5 miles west of Camden. Not visible from the road, it is reached by a winding driveway that leads to a spacious parking lot. The Center features an NHL-regulation skating rink, four tennis courts, spacious locker rooms, concession area, spectator areas, video game room, child care, two dance and aerobics rooms. There are programs and activities for skaters and tennis players of all ages and skill levels. You can call the MRC directly at 207-236-9400 to make reservations and/or schedule for tennis court times.

Trip: 4.5 miles from Camden

 
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Owls Head State Park

Route 73
Owls Head, ME 04854
PH: 207-941-4014
Trip: 14 miles

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Owls Head State Park - Owls Head, ME

Owls Head State Park is one of the smallest state parks in Maine. Compared to many of its counterparts, there may seem like little reason to take a walk through it. However, if you skip Owls Head State Park, you will miss some of the best views of Penobscot Bay and the Maine coastline in Midcoast Maine. Owls Head State Park has one big attraction and that is the Owls Head Lighthouse. It has consistently proven to be one of the most popular lighthouses in the state of Maine.

Trip: 14 miles from Camden

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Ragged Mountain Recreation Area

P.O. Box 1207
20 Barnestown Rd.
Camden, ME 04843
PH: 207-236-3438 Email: Click here
Trip: 4.1 miles

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Ragged Mountain Recreation Area (Camden Snow Bowl) - Camden, ME

The Ragged Mountain Recreation Area in Camden is a multi-use outdoor recreational facility that features various seasonal outdoor activities. These include mountain biking, hiking and boating from the late spring to early fall and toboggan sledding, tubing, skating, snowshoeing and downhill and cross-country skiing in the winter. The facility is also home to the Camden Snow Bowl, the only ski mountain on the East coast with a view of the ocean.

There are several miles of single track mountain biking for beginners to advanced riders at the Ragged Mountain Recreation Area and adjacent Coastal Mountains Land Trust property on the south and west side of Ragged Mountain. There are also several outdoor sports facilities at Ragged Mountain including tennis courts, a softball field and a multi-use open field.

Trip: 4.1 miles from Camden

 
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Rockland Harbor Park

Harbor Park
Rockland, ME 04841
Trip: 8.6 miles
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Rockland Harbor Park - Rockland, ME

Rockland Harbor Park on the waterfront in downtown Rockland, Maine serves as the venue for a number of major annual events in the summer. These events include the North Atlantic Blues Festival (in July), The Maine Lobster Festival (early August), and the Maine Boats & Harbor Show (mid-August). The park also includes the Rockland Public Landing for boaters and is adjacent to the Landings Marina. The Rockland Harbor Park is also part of the Rockland Harbor Trail, a 4 mile public footpath along the waterfront and downtown areas of Rockland.

Trip: 8.6 miles from Camden

 
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Rockport Marine Park

Rockport Marine Park
Rockport, ME 04856
Trip: 2.2 miles
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Rockport Marine Park - Rockport, ME

Rockport Marine Park is a small harbor park with several historical landmarks such as the restored lime kilns that dates back to the late 1800s when lime production was at its peak. Those with an interest in history will surely appreciate the locomotive replica that graces Rockport Marine Park. As you stroll along their walking paths, you will be treated with a view of one of Maine’s scenic harbors. Daily cruises are also available with eco-friendly tours and gourmet sunset cruises in which you can enjoy Maine’s seafood cuisine and the beautiful views of Rockport Harbor and Maine’s coastline all at the same time.

Trip: 2.2 miles from Camden

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Matthews Museum of Maine Heritage

Chapel Road
Rockport, ME 04856
Trip: 2.5 miles
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Vesper Hill Children's Chapel - Rockport, ME

Vesper Hill Children's Chapel is located in Rockport, Maine. You can find it between the busy Rockport Harbor and the Aldermere Farm. This non-denominational chapel gives its visitors an impressive view of Penobscot Bay and is open to the public free of charge during the day. The chapel was the dream of Helene Bok, who built it on a summer estate turned hotel that was demolished by a 1954 fire. The chapel and surrounding garden was created to showcase nature and offers its visitors a scenic outdoor venue for inspiration and relaxation away from the busy tourist centers of Camden and Rockland.

Trip: 2.5 miles from Camden

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Walker Park

Elm St.
Rockport, ME 04856
Trip: 2.5 miles
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Walker Park - Rockport, ME

Walker Park in Rockport, Maine is a small harbor park that offers access to the saltwater. There’s an area with a children’s playground, picnic tables, a grassy hillside knoll and fire pits with barbeque grills. At low tide there is a sandy beach area for wading and beachcombing for sea shells

Trip: 2.5 miles from Camden

 
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Warren Island State Park

P.O. Box 105
Lincolnville, ME 04849
TF: 800-332-1501
PH: 207-287-3824
Trip: 8 miles

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Warren Island State Park - Islesboro, ME

Warren Island State Park was acquired by the people of the State of Maine as a gift from the town of Islesboro in 1959. This 70 acre island, located off the coast of Lincolnville, was the first State Park in Maine developed exclusively for the boating enthusiast. The park contains 9 campsites and two Adirodack shelters (lean-to's). The Maine State Ferry provides transportation to the nearby island of Islesboro, but you must provide your own transportation over to the island. The park staff is not allowed to transport visitors to the island except in emergencies. The park offers camping, swimmming, hiking and nature trails with beautiful coastal lanscapes and scenic vistas. Warren Island is a bird watchers paradise - many types of birds can be found on the island that can't be readily seen on the mainland. It is also a great destination for sea kayaking excursions.

Trip: 8 miles from Camden including 2.3 miles via the Maine State Ferry to Islesboro Island.

 
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Location Map of Parks & Recreation Areas near Camden Maine

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