The Midcoast Region of Maine, specifically Camden, Maine, has long been a highly sought after vacation destination and with good reason. Located on Rt. 1 Camden serves as a halfway point as you are traveling to Acadia National Park and Bar Harbor, Maine, from the Portland, Maine International airport. However, the surrounding beauty in the Camden area will capture you and entice you to stay in Camden to explore the many geographically spectacular and culturally satisfying sights and venues. The Camden Hills are known as the “mountains that meet the sea” and Camden Hills State Park provides miles of hiking and mountain biking trails and numerous rock climbing routes. The scenic Penobscot Bay has the perfect location for sailing and kayaking, even luring large Yachts into the Camden Harbor for a great ‘stopping’ place. Lake Megunticook and some nearby rivers offer additional water-based fun. Looking for some Culturally stimulating venues? the Midcoast region is rich with museums, such as the Farnsworth Art museum featuring Andrew and Jaymie Wyeth’s famous art work. Yearly Festivals such as the Toboggan races, Lobster Festival; Schooner days; Pop-Tech conference, and nationally recognized restaurants such as Long Grain featured in the New York Times.