ABOUT CAMDEN, MAINE
Camden is a charming harbor town on the Penobscot bay in Midcoast Maine, with many fun activities for you and your family to enjoy before, during, and after your woodworking class. The town boasts about 20 restaurants, pubs, or delis within walking distance of the school, which is located on High Street, in the historic district.
Whether you want to kayak around a lighthouse, shop for antiques & other unique local art & crafts, go on a hike, or go for a Sunset Schooner Sail, Camden has it all. Here's a list of the 15 Best Things to Do in Camden, Maine.
Condé Nast™ calls Camden, Maine One of the Most Beautiful Towns in America
Yankee Magazine™ named Camden one of the 10 Prettiest Coastal Towns in New England
House Beautiful™ named Camden the most beautiful small town in Maine
Guests can venture north to Acadia and explore the southern Maine Coast on day trips.The music and culture of Camden, which is a year round community, are fantastic and unique.
ATTRACTIONS FOR WOODWORKERS
Woodworkers will especially be interested in visiting some of these nearby attractions:
OUTDOORS & FALL COLORS
The Camden area boasts numerous short hikes and walks with phenomenal views, which are only enhanced in the autumn. Visitors can enjoy 30 incredible miles of hiking trails which are right outside our door. Many trails offer you spectacular views of Penobscot Bay and if you love getting on the water, Penobscot bay is a water lovers haven. Here are a few outdoor attractions:
Mt. Battie Trail (1/2 mile from the school)
Laite Memorial Beach (right in town)