Best Social Distance Activities in Camden ME
Lot’s to do in this town!
Walking tours, exploring Camden Harbor, Hiking and much more.
With miles and miles of hiking trails and the open ocean, we have lots of space to SOCIAL DISTANCE!
Activities in Camden Maine
Are you unsure about traveling this season? Not sure if when you get to a place, there will be anything to actually do? Well, no worries if you are coming to Camden Maine or the Mid Coast Area. Maine is known for the great, green outdoors and the locals submerge themselves in everything nature. You can kayak out to an island or just leisurely take a stroll on what Yankee Magazine has called the “world’s most beautiful walk”. Camden Maine has something for everyone. Keep reading to learn about great socially distancing activities in Camden Maine and the Mid Coast Area. We hope you enjoy our Best of activities in Camden Maine List! Also check out our Maine Vacation Planner Wisdom
Socially Distance on the Harbor
Camden Maine is a seaside village on Penobscot Bay that opens up into the Atlantic Ocean. From the shoreline, you can look out and see hundreds of miles of ocean, islands and blue skies. Curtis Island is not far from the shoreline and many kayak out there to walk around the hiking trail that circles the island. *You can rent a Kayak from Maine Sport Outfitters. They even have guides that will take you out there, and beyond. If kayaking, isn’t your style, you can sit by the harbor and enjoy a picnic at the new picnic benches the town has placed around. You can choose to eat by the waterfall or in harbor park near the Curtis Amphitheatre near the Camden Public Library. Look out and enjoy the daysailers and Windjammers. If you see a little black head pop out of the water, don’t be afraid, its just one of the many harbor seals that the locals enjoy this time of year.
For the families: There is a brand new swing set located at Laite Beach. Let the kids run and enjoy views of Penobscot Bay!
Camden Maine is known for some of the best sailing in the entire world. There are Windjammers that take guests out for multi day sails and Schooners that take guests out for short 2 hour tours. The boats have been preparing themselves to host less people and put social distance requirements into practice. Less people onboard, means more room for you to relax and enjoy the landscape from the sea!
Socially Distance Walks & Tours
The “Most Beautiful Walk in the World”
Walking Tours are back on in Camden Maine with social distance precautions. Walking around town and learning about history and haunted sites has been a favorite of tourists for years. The walks are around an hour and cover alot of information. The self guided “Most Beautiful Walk in the World” is located in Rockport Village and ends near Aldermere farm in Camden. Enjoy views of the Rockport Harbor, historic new england homes with fantastic new england gardens, and finish by enjoying local orea cows at Aldermere Farm. Vesper Children’s Chapel is in the area also, if you want to extend your walk.
Social Distance GOLF
One of the first activities to re-open was the golf courses. One of the best golf courses in the United States is located in nearby Rockport Maine – Samoset Resort Golf Course. Known for the beautiful views of penobscot bay, famous golf pros from all over the world come here to enjoy the course. If your looking for something a little less opulant, we have 2 other nearby golf courses, Goose River Golf Course and the Rockport Country Club Golf Course. Call ahead to schedule a tee time.
One of the best activities if you want to get lost for a few hours and potentially not see anyone – is to hike. Camden Hills State Park has miles and miles of trails. Each one with wonderful views at the top. Check the Trail Map for the trail that best meets your skill level. Families with young children enjoy the Carriage Road Trail to the Carriage Trail, ending at the top on the auto road and following that to the Memorial Tower at the top.
Always have a second and third idea for a destination for the day.
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