While this place might not be the fanciest hotel in the world, I found each member of the staff to be excellent. Not only were they the right amount of friendly, they seemed to genuinely care about each guest. It had more of a B&B feel than a hotel with games and books available for guests. Breakfast ...
The Grand Harbor Inn was absolutely wonderful. It was beyond first class. The rooms were large and comfortable. Wide screen TV's, fireplace, balcony overlooking the harbor, rain shower, spa tub, extra large towels, K-cup coffee maker, wonderful staff. I especially want to acknowledge the service ...
Renys Department Store and Thomas Michaels Designers open their doors to all kinds of shoppers, offering a range of wearables and gifts.
Seacoast Security is a tech-lover's paradise.Best times to visit Camden
If you're planning a trip to Camden, consider visiting in January, February and March. Orbitz offers great deals 365 days a year, but during these months, you'll save the most — 25%, 25% and 19%, respectively.Getting to Camden
If you're flying in, head for Knox County Regional Airport — it's one of Camden's main transportation hubs.Get outdoors in Camden
Not all of Camden's attractions are indoors. Spend some time at Camden Hills State Park. Visiting Barrett's Cove Public Beach, too, is a good way to get outside.Arts and culture in Camden
Anthropology, history, fine art — there's no limit to what museums can offer. Enjoy an educational and fun afternoon in Camden at Center for Maine Contemporary Art and Camden-Rockport Historical. Camden Public Library and Down East magazine, book & online offer a taste of culture and learning.Where to stay in Camden
Camden is rife with hidden gems and neighborhoods such as Camden. Whether your hotel is located here or you're just stopping over for a visit, these districts are not to be missed!Arts and culture in Camden
Anthropology, history, fine art — there's no limit to what museums can offer. Enjoy an educational and fun afternoon in Camden at Center for Maine Contemporary Art and Camden-Rockport Historical. Camden Public Library and Down East magazine, book & online offer a taste of culture and learning.Nightlife in Camden
Enjoy cocktails or challenge the locals to a dance-off at 40 Paper- Italian Bistro & Bar and 57 Bayview Bar & Bistro. Camden's bars and clubs are on hand for pre-dinner drinks or a nightcap.Where to eat in Camden
Whether you're feeling something sweet or savory, you'll be able to satisfy your tastes in Camden. Head to Natalie's - Camden Harbour Inn, Atlantica Restaurant and Cappy's Chowder House to savor a tasty treat, and maybe even a little conversation with the locals.Things to do in Camden
It's hard to get bored while feeling the wind in your hair as you whip around a corner on a roller coaster or see all of Camden from your seat on the ferris wheel — just two of the attractions you may find at Golfer's Crossing LLC.
If you're looking for a relaxing way to have fun in Camden, you can always head to Beauty Mark and indulge in some serious pampering.
The staff was outstanding and welcoming. Very helpful.
Enjoyed the quiet, comfortable cabin with my family.
The hotel was very nice compared to some of the others we had seen online. We chose this location because it was central to the areas we planned to visit (Acadia, Old Town, Camden, and Portland). The staff was great. Breakfast was good, not great. We didn't use the pool but it looked inviting. The waterfront view from our room was nice, but there is a long walk down to the water so we didn't do it. The room had everything we needed but it could have been cleaner. There was dust on the table base and the carpet had not been vacuumed before our arrival. The elevator had a terrible musty smell that probably could be alleviated by a shampoo of the carpet or maybe replacement. All in all, we had a great stay at the Fireside Inn and would recommend it.
The facility is excellent but the staff was marvelous. Highly recommend.