"Where the Mountains meet the Sea"
Hike the mountain trail that starts directly behind the Inn and enjoy this spectacular view of Camden Harbor from Mt. Battie's Summit.
A short walk down the hill from Swan House leads right to the heart of Camden, one of Maine's loveliest coastal villages. Few places can rival the beauty or the wealth of summer activities of this town, home to the Windjammer fleet, the Camden Civic Theatre, the Camden Opera House, unique shops and galleries, and many excellent restaurants.
Camden's picturesque harbor offers the opportunity for daysails on a number of schooners, or a short cruise on an authentic Maine lobster boat. Drive to the top of Mt. Battie for a spectacular view of the coast, or hike the many trails of Camden Hills State Park - one of which starts behind the Inn and leads to Mt. Battie's summit.
Camden offers swimming in clear Lake Megunticook (only a mile from Swan House), a scenic public beach, wonderful country roads for bicycling - as well as bike rentals - golfing, antiquing, and virtually any summer activity imaginable. Nearby Rockport hosts the Bay Chamber Concert Series and many other musical events.
Museum buffs may visit Camden's historic Old Conway Homestead and Museum, the Owls Head Transportation Museum with its extensive collection of antique cars and airplanes, and the Farnsworth Art Museum in Rockland. The Farnsworth holds the Wyeth collection as well as a large selection of works by sculptor Louise Nevelson.
During the winter months, enjoy downhill and cross country skiing at the Camden Snow Bowl - just a ten minute drive from the Inn.
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