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Top Camden Attractions
Camden Maine Camden & Camden Harbor
The quintessential coastal Maine village, Camden is full of boutiques, galleries, historic homes, & waterfront activities.
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Camden Hills State Park Camden Hills State Park
A 5,700 acre park with hiking trails, oceanside picnic area and a 800 foot summit with sweeping views of Penobscot Bay.
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Maiden's Cliff Maiden's Cliff
For amazing views visit Maiden's Cliff—a giant rock outcropping that rises 800 feet from Megunticook Lake.
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Penobscot Bay Penobscot Bay
Camden boasts a sizable fleet of boat tours which offer an array of cruising options of scenic Penobscot Bay.
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Owls Head Transportation Museum

Owls Head Transportation Museum

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The Owls Head Transportation Museum houses a unique collection of antique automobiles, airplanes, bicycles and engines. What makes the museum different from similar museums is that all of the vehicles still operate.

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With over 150 working exhibits, the museum's exhibition hall covers the evolution of transportation over nearly two centuries. Highlights are a World War I bi-plane, a 1935 Stout Scarab (called the world's first minivan), and the 1963 prototype of the Ford Mustang.

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Owls Head Transportation Museum

PO Box 277
117 Museum Street
Owls Head, ME 04854
Phone: 207-594-4418
Fax: 207-594-4410

Open Every Day
10am to 5pm - Year Round
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Camden Maine Videos - guided video tours of Camden Maine area attractions

The Camden Maine region is home to some of the most amazing natural scenery, interesting fun activities, and unique attractions that you can find in the state of Maine. These short one-to-two minute video tours are designed to help you gain a better understanding about the top area attractions and the hidden gems located in the Camden Maine area.

Camden Maine Video Tours

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Camden Maine video empty Camden & Camden Harbor Video
A stylish Maine seaside village community situated at the foot of Camden Hills containing a windjammer fleet, historic Victorian inns, unique boutiques, galleries, shops, creative fine dining, local cultural activities, and a picturesque harbor.

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Camden Hills State Park video   Camden Hills State Park Video
A 5,700 acre state park with 30 miles of hiking trails, an oceanside picnic area, a family campground, a winding auto road up to the 800 foot summit of Mount Battie with sweeping views of Penobscot Bay, and Mount Megunticook - one of the highest points on the Atlantic seaboard.

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Camden Hills State Park video   Maiden's Cliff - Camden Hills Video
Maiden's Cliff offers just one of many spectacular views in Camden Hills State Park. Maiden’s Cliff is a rock outcropping formation that juts out 800 feet above Megunticook Lake and overlooks Ragged Mountain to the west and remains one of the most popular hiking trails in Camden Hills State Park.

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Penobscot Bay video   Penobscot Bay Video
"Where the Mountains Meet the Sea" is how this part of the Maine coast is billed. Camden sits on Penobscot Bay, considered by many as one of the top cruising bays in the world.

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Windjammer Cruise video   Windjammer Cruise Video
Three to six days spent under sail along the scenic coast of Camden Maine on a schooner that was launched and working five years before Custer's Last Stand.

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Rockland Breakwater video   Rockland Breakwater Video
A man-made granite breakwater that juts out nearly a mile from the Rockland Harbor shoreline. It was built to protect the harbor..

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Rockland Breakwater video   Rockland & Rockland Harbor Video
A classic working harbor town home to Maine's largest windjammer fleet, ferries to the islands of Vinalhaven, North Haven and Matinicus, historic bed and breakfast inns, unique boutiques, galleries and craft shops, fine dining, and the Farnsworth Art Museum..

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Rockport Maine video   Rockport & Rockport Harbor Video
A quaint harbor village, home to the Rockport Opera House, a small marine park, and one of Maine's best art galleries - the Maine Center for Comtemporary Art. Rockport is also known for "Andre the seal", the legendary harbor seal who lived and performed here during the 1970s and early 1980s.

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Fort Knox video   Fort Knox Historic Site Video
Fort Knox is Maine's most visited historic site. It features amazing architecture and unparalleled master craftsmanship.

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Penobscot Narrow Observatory video   Penobscot Narrows Observatory Video
Located right next to the Fort Knox State Historic Site, the Penobscot Narrows Observatory offers breathtaking panoramic views of the Midcoast region of Maine.

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Farnsworth Art Museum video   Farnsworth Art Museum Video
The Farnsworth Art Museum located in Rockland Maine is nationally known for its large collection of Wyeth family paintings in the new Wyeth Center.

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Rockland Breakwater video   Owls Head Transportation Museum Video
The Owls Head Transportation Museum located in Owls Head is home to an operating collection of antique aircraft, automobiles, bicycles, carriages, motorcycles and engines.

See Owls Head Transportation Museum article

 
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Owls Head Light video   Owls Head Light Video
Built in 1826, Owls Head Light is located in Western Penobscot Bay, at the southern side of the entrance to Rockland Harbor.

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Rockland Breakwater video   Maine Lighthouse Museum Video
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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Barrett's Cove video   Barrett's Cove Video
This hidden cove on Megunticook Lake in Camden is relatively quiet, small, and picturesque. The beach has a designated roped off swimming area and there is a diving float anchored a few hundred feet from the shore.

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Project Puffin Visitor Center video   Project Puffin Visitors Center Video
A seabird restoration program started in 1973 by the Audubon society to reintroduce Puffins back into the coastal habitat of Maine, the Project Puffin Visitor Center in Rockland educates the public on seabird conservation efforts with informative exhibits, educational films and information on boat tours to puffin islands along the Maine coast.

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Camden Opera House video   Camden Opera House Video
The Camden Opera House is home to a variety of events, concerts and live theatre. The Camden Civic Theatre presents an array of community theatre throughout the year. Nationally and internationally known acts have performed at the Opera House, including the Eileen Ivers Band, Johnny Winter, Little Feat, Buckwheat Zydeco, John Gorka, Wynton Marsalis, Richie Havens and comedian Bob Marley.
 
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Maine Lobster Festival video   Maine Lobster Festival Video
The Maine Lobster Festival is an annual 5-day event that takes place in Rockland, Maine. It starts on the Wednesday before the first weekend in August each year. The event attracts more than 50,000 lobster-lovers.

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North Atlantic Blues Festival video   North Atlantic Blues Festival Video
The annual North Atlantic Blues Festival takes place each summer at the public landing in Rockland, Maine. The event offers solid music from 11 to 7 for two days and is one of the best-known blues festivals in the world.

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Maine Boats Homes & Harbors Show video   Maine Boats Homes & Harbors Show Video
The Maine Boats, Homes, and Harbors Show takes place each summer in August in Harbor Park in Rockland, Maine. Sponsored by Maine Boats, Homes & Harbors Magazine, the show is a celebration of all things boats and the coastal Maine lifestyle.

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Breakwater Vineyards video   Breakwater Vineyards & Farm Video
Breakwater Vineyards is a working winery on the Maine coast overlooking the Rockland Breakwater. Open May through October for wine tastings and tours.

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Penobscot Island Air video   Penobscot Island Air Video
Flying the coast and islands is our specialty. We can also fly you beyond the Maine coast and islands, or make charter arrangements with other carriers for you. Penobscot Island Air is based at Knox County Regional Airport, Owls Head.

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