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Welcome to Maine Squeeze!
This newly decorated cottage is located in the charming coastal village of Camden, Maine. There are two bedrooms and one bathroom upstairs. Downstairs is a comfortable living room with television, a large, fully equipped kitchen with dining area, perfect for a home-cooked meal or steamed lobster from the local gourmet market; and a cheerful bedroom and full bath. The landscaped backyard includes a spacious deck for relaxing or dining al fresco, equipped with a gas grill for your use. House comes complete with all amenities.
Downtown Camden and its picturesque harbor are less than an easy 5-minute stroll away, and rivers and lakes abound in the area. Some of our favorite nearby activities include:
•Drinking hot buttered rum or a Maine microbrew by the fire at The Waterfront, a cozy harborside restaurant downtown.
•Kayaking alongside loons on pristine Megunticook Lake, then picnicking at Fernald's Neck, an interior lake peninsula that's well-suited for parking kayaks and sunbathing on big, flat boulders. (Inexpensive kayak rentals and delivery are available from Duck Trap Kayaks at short notice.)
•Hiking up Mount Battie, the small mountain that overlooks Camden Village and provides a postcard-perfect view of Penobscot Bay's many islands.
•Visiting one of many annual festivals and fairs: Christmas by the Sea (December), the National Tobaggan Championships (February), and a variety of crafts fairs in Camden; the Maine Lobster Festival in Rockland (August); the Common Ground Fair in Unity (September); Arts in the Park in Belfast (18 mi.); and the Union State Fair and Maine Wild Blueberry Festival in Union (13 mi.).
Our central, Mid-Coast location is an excellent jumping-off point for exploring the rest of Maine's rugged, rocky coast! Some of our favorite attractions include:
•Freeport - Visit famous LL. Bean and many, many outlet stores: 67 miles (one hour and forty minutes).
•Kennebunkport: home of George and Barbara Bush, 110 miles (two and a half hours).
•Bar Harbor and Acadia National Park: 76 miles (two hours).
•Kittery - Shopping Outlets: 130 miles (two hours and forty minutes).
•Portland - Maine's Largest City: 81 miles (two hours).
•Boston, Massachusetts: 190 miles (three and a half to four hours).
•Pemaquid Point: beautiful lighthouse (one and a half hours)
Whether you're looking to sea kayak along the rugged coast or fine-dine in one of Camden's many excellent restaurants, our home provides a convenient and comfortable base for experiencing what is arguably Maine's most beautiful town. We invite you to relax in our cottage and make memories with your family and friends that will last a lifetime.