Two At Dock
Photograph - By Karol Livote
Summer Time in Camden, Maine
Camden, the village called Megunticook by the Abenaki Indians, is nestled on Penobscot Bay with Mt. Battie stretching upwards to the West. Less than 26 square miles, this village is called the Jewel of the Maine Coast. Settled in the 1770s and incorporated in 1791 she became a thriving shipbuilding town.
Today, the historical buildings, picturesque streets, churches, and the quaint shops and restaurants dotting the town gives you a feeling of stepping back into a quieter time.
With a population of over 5000, one that swells in the summer months, Camden is a vibrant year-round community. Whether you enjoy the beauty of her harbor, lakes and mountains in the summer, the vibrant colors of fall, or the crisp winter days spent at the Snow Bowl Ski area, Camden has it all!
April 22nd, 2013
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