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If you go to Camden, Maine. . .

If you go . . .

Where to stay

Camden Harbour Inn

83 Bayview St.

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This elegant property features 20 airy rooms, with chic, nearly minimalistic furnishings. Rooms have ultra-plush linens, and all the high-tech bells and whistles, some with steam showers, gas fireplaces, and private decks. $225-$575

Hartstone Inn

41 Elm St.

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Within easy walking distance to downtown restaurants and shops, this friendly inn has14 home-y rooms and suites. The inn’s dining room is known for five-course dinners ($48.50). Winter rates $115-$195

Where to eat

Long Grain

31 Elm St.


Serving up deeply-flavored traditional dishes, this tiny, not-to-be-missed eatery would not be out of place on the streets of Thailand. $7-$12.50


55 Chestnut St.


Locals love this bustling bistro for its inventive, out-of-the-box dishes, like chicken liver bruschetta, local chicken deep fried in duck fat, and garlicky herb frites. $17-$25


83 Bayview St.


Arguably the finest restaurant in the area. Three-course prix fixe $68, seven-course $97

What to do

Snow Bowl

20 Barnestown Road


Full-day lift tickets: adult $23-$35, student $21-$26,
age 5 or younger free; toboggan chute and tube rentals $5 per hour.

Cellardoor Winery

367 Youngtown Road



Free wine tastings and gift shop. Winter hours vary.

Camden Hills State Park

280 Belfast Road


$1.50-$4.50 per person

Merryspring Nature Center

30 Conway Road



US National Toboggan

At Camden Snow Bowl

Spectators free, Feb. 8-10.

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