“Due to covid restrictions, we are requiring campers to refrain from taking excursions for the duration of their retreat”
Farnsworth Museum and Wyeth Center | Rockland, Maine
Baxter State Park/Mt. Katahdin
Maine Lobster Festival
If you’re coming to camp at the end of July or the beginning of August you might want to plan a side trip to the festival.
Windjammer Schooner Tours
Out of the beautiful town of Camden.
Owl’s Head Transportation Museum
Rockland Breakwater Lighthouse
Rockland Golf Course | 1/2 hour from camp
Samoset Golf | 1/2 hour from camp
Birch Point State Park
One of our camper’s favorite box lunch day destinations. Great tidal pools where the pines meet the Atlantic ocean.
Duck Trap Kayak
A great, and very reasonably priced outfitter to hire for sea kayaking in the Camden harbor.
Monhegan Island is an artist colony with plenty of walking trails. Drive to the coastal town of Port Clyde and visit the lighthouse highlighted in the film “Forrest Gump”, stop in to the Dipnet for a lobster roll & root beer and take the Laura B to Monhegan Island.
Old Fort Western
Dating to the 1700’s, one of the United States’ oldest surviving wooden military buildings can be found at Old Fort Western. This is a National Historic Monument located in Augusta, Maine.
Camden Hills State Park
Camden Hills State Park has beautiful views of Penobscot Bay and groomed trails for hiking. Head into town to Cappy’s for their clam chowder for lunch.
North Atlantic Blues Festival
Normally held the second week in July in Rockland. A fun weekend of great music!