LOCAl Attractions

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Outdoor Adventure

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Camden Hills State Park & Mt battie

280 Belfast Road, Camden
2.27 mi from property
http://www.maine.gov/dacf/parks/trail_activities/camden_trail_conditions.shtml

If you like the outdoors or are just looking for the highest point to enjoy a commanding view of picturesque Camden Harbor and Penobscot Bay, then hiking up Mt. Battie is the way to go. This is a relatively easy hike - 1 hour up the mountain, and 1 hour down. For those less adventurous, Mt. Battie Road will take you straight to the top. Once there the lookout tower provides a great backdrop for the even more spectacular views you will find looking across the bay to Cadilac Mountain (Acadia/ Bar Harbor) and Blue Hill. 
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Megunticook Lake

Barrett's Cove Beach is located on Beaucaire Lane, off Route 52, on Megunticook Lake in Camden, Maine.
7.9 mi from property



If you want to enjoy the lake and a spectacular view minus the usual crowds in summer, then Barrett's Cove on Megunticook Lake in Camden, Maine is the perfect place for you. With Camden's notoriously heavy tourist traffic, it is surprising that Barrett's Cove Park is never that crowded. The lake temperature is normally very warm by July, making this lakeside retreat one of the top local area attractions for families who wish to enjoy a scenic outing and fresh water swimming.

This lakeside beach gives you breathtaking views of the sheer cliffs that rise from the waters and make up the Western side of Mount Battie in Camden Hills State Park. This modest beach is town-owned, open to the public and with accessible parking spaces. 
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Lincolnville Beach

U.S. 1
1.75 mi from property
http://www.lincolnvillemaine.com/wp2/portfolio-view/the-beach/

The Lincolnville Beach is a small but delightful public beach just up the road overlooking boat docks and is also home to restaurants featuring Maine's famous Lobster Rolls. While there be sure to check out McLaughlin's Lobster Shack, Whale's Tooth Pub, Lobster Pound and Beyond The Sea. Be sure to check out the artist galleries and antique shops are located across the street. 

Restaurants

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Whale's Tooth Pub & Restaurant

2531 Atlantic Highway
Lincolnville,ME 04849
1.80 mi from property
http://www.whalestoothpub.com/

Whales Tooth Restaurant at Lincolnville Beach is a full service, locally-owned restaurant overlooking beautiful Penobscot Bay. This restaurant has a cozy feel with nice decor. There is a great variety of entrees and deserts for any type of diner. The grilled pork medallions with apples and baked seafood mornay are our favorites at Whales Tooth.
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mccLaughlin's Lobster Shack

Corner of Route One and Mckay Road
(12 McKay Rd.)
Lincolnville ME 04849
207-789- 5205
1.75 mi from property
http://www.thelobshack.com/

Family owned for 32 years
Providing the authentic Maine Lobster and Seafood experience. Our goal is to obtain the highest quality seafood, and prepare it in the purest way; without using ingredients and cooking methods that alter its natural flavor. Our seafood chowders and lobster stew are made on site. Starting with live shellfish and lobster.
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Dot's

2457 Atlantic Highway
Lincolnville,ME 04849
207.706.7922
1.5 mi from property
http://www.dotsgoodies.com/

Mornings at Dot's start with a cornucopia of homemade muffins, scones, croissants, quiches and our super popular breakfast sandwiches and burritos. Steaming hot coffee, barista drinks & teas are waiting to boost you up for the day. Freshly made soups and gourmet deli sandwiches are always on the ready to enjoy in the cozy comfort of the store or to grab-&-go. Our prepared food case is stocked daily with delicious selections to eat in or take home and enjoy – menu items change daily but there are always proteins, sides and vegetables. We also carry over 200 carefully selected wines for every occasion and budget. Cheeses from all over the would and accouterment of fresh baked breads, olives, nuts & spreads. And don't forget a sweet treat! Cookies, cupcakes, cakes, pies and artisan candy galore. 

Shopping

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Lincolnville general store

269 Main St, Lincolnville, ME 04849
7.7 mi from property
www.lincolnvillegeneral.com/

Opened in October, 2017, The Lincolnville General Store is one stop shopping for all your needs. Fresh produce, local meats, bulk dry goods, prepared foods, pastries, and coffee. The store carries a variety of grocery and convenience store items. The store carries a nice selection of local, craft, and hand chosen wine and beers.
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Glendarragh Farm

22 Main Street
4.00 mi from property
http://www.mainelavender.com/

From scenting a room naturally, to flavoring scones or seafood dishes, to using lavender oil as a natural antiseptic and burn salve - just like the Romans who carried it to battle - we have brought to the fore myriad uses of a fragrant, versatile, time-tested herb. We hope you enjoy your visit to The Fragrance Farm.
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beyond the sea 

231 Atlantic Highway
3.96 mi from property
https://swansislandcompany.com/

Swans Island is a company and a community centered in Maine. Our mission is to create objects of beauty and utility in authentic and earth friendly ways. Swans Island Blankets won a Smithsonian Blue Ribbon for Craft and is nationally and globally recognized in a number of esteemed publications.

Art and Museums

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Farnsworth Art Museum

16 Museum Street
11.60 mi from property
https://www.farnsworthmuseum.org/

Celebrating Maine's Role in American Art, the Farnsworth Art Museum offers a nationally recognized collection of works from many of America's greatest artists. With 20,000 square feet of gallery space and over 10,000 works in the collection, there is always something new on view at the Farnsworth. The museum has one of the nation's largest collections of works by sculptor Louise Nevelson. Its Wyeth Center features works of Andrew, N.C. and Jamie Wyeth.
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Owls Head Transportation Museum

117 Museum Street
13.92 mi from property
http://owlshead.org/

The Museum is home to an operating collection of exceptional antique cars, planes, motorcycles and more. In addition to ever-changing indoor exhibits and educational offerings, the Museum hosts a variety of special events utilizing our expansive outdoor campus situated on the picturesque coast of Maine. Annual events include vintage car rallies, antique airplane shows, The New England Auto Auction, family activities, demonstrations, Model T rides and more - there's fun for the whole family!
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Penobscot Marine Museumm

5 Church Street
14.58 mi from property
https://penobscotmarinemuseum.org/

Preserving, interpreting and celebrating the maritime culture of the Penobscot Bay region and beyond through collections, education, and community engagement. Come Aboard. Explore. Discover. Learn.

WELCOME ALL CHILDREN!

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CAMDEN HARBOR PARK & AMPHITHEATRE & library

55 Main Street, Camden, ME 04843
3.9 mi from property
http://www.librarycamden.org/camden-harbor-park-amphitheatre/summer-movies-and-music/

The grounds of the Camden Public Library create a distinctly unique, highly articulated series of landscape experiences, the centerpiece of which is a public outdoor garden amphitheater. Designed by the renowned landscape architect Fletcher Steele, this landscape is one of his best works of art. The Amphitheatre and Harbor Park, property adjacent to the library, hosts may fun family events. Be sure to check out their schedule of a wide range of outdoor movies, concerts, and performances this season!
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camden harbor cruises, lively lady 
lobster cruises

On the Public Landing in Camden
4 mi from property
207.236.6672  info@camdenharborcruises.com


Save 10% off your tour when booked with your room at Glenmoor By The Sea. See additional rules at checkout.
The coastline surrounding Camden Harbor and Penobscot Bay is considered some of the most beautiful in the world. Relax aboard our classic wooden motor vessel, enjoy a beverage and get a close-up look at the Maine coast as we glide past majestic lighthouses, seaside mansions, world famous windjammers, and visiting yachts. We often see seals, porpoises, osprey, and bald eagles. We are an ideal trip for children, and encourage them to help us haul up our lobster traps and discover what's inside. Don't forget your camera! Pet friendly.
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Merryspring Nature Center

30 Conway Road
4.83 mi from property
http://www.merryspring.org/

A non-profit, privately-owned 66-acre park and education center. Free family programs that teach children everything to do with gardening! Nature trails and gardens are open to the public everyday during daylight hours.

Sail away!

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Schooner Surprise

16 Public Landing in Camden
4 mi from property
http://schoonersurprise.com/

Welcome to the world of the Maine Windjammer! We invite you to join us for two hours of adventure on board the beautiful schooner Surprise, the oldest daysailing windjammer in Camden. Experience Penobscot Bay the way it was meant to be... from the deck of our 95-year-old fisherman yacht which is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. We are former teachers and we appreciate the chance to share the history of Surprise with our passengers, point out the varied wildlife on Penobscot Bay and explain the lobster fishing industry that is so important to our economy and our sense of place. A trip on Surprise is more than just a boat ride! Come aboard and see for yourself!
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Sloop heritage 
sail camden

On the Public Landing in Camden
4 mi from property
207.230.9340
www.sailcamden.com
sailcamdencharters@gmail.com

At Sail Camden we offer affordable, crowd-free, professionally captained sailing excursions aboard a beautiful wooden sloop. 
Heritage is ready for your own private sailing adventure! We operate four scheduled trips a day with a six passenger maximum but are always open to creating a customized charter for you. We encourage you to read our reviews, call or email with any questions you may have, and of course, get out on the water!
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Schooner Appledore

Bayview Landing
4.00 mi from property
https://appledore2.com/

Let us be your Camden Maine Sailing Experience! Join us for a two-hour day sail or custom private charter to enjoy all the beauties that Penobscot Bay has to offer. Beautiful rocky shoreline, hidden mansions, small islands, lighthouses, seals, bald eagles, lobster boats, and other magnificent ships are just a few of the things you may get to see while sailing in our beautiful part of the Bay.
The Schooner Olad offers historic two-hour day sails aboard a completely restored, classic sailing yacht built in 1927. The Olad also offers custom sailing charters and can hold up to 22 passengers.
If you are looking for a more intimate trip, join us aboard our 6 passenger cutter- the Sailing Vessel Owl! The Owl is one of the most versatile sailboat in Camden Maine's Sailing Fleet.

Call Us!

207-236-7905 

Find Us

2143 Atlantic Highway, Route 1
Lincolnville, Maine
04849 United States

Email Us

info@glenmoorbythesea.com