This popular summer village is nestled within the Camden Hills. Beautiful and charming, this town offers visitors everything from magnificent Inns and dining to fine clothing boutiques, gift and book stores, handcraft shops and galleries. Several windjammer cruises are based in Camden Harbor. The Camden Yacht Club offers boating facilities.The natural beauty of Camden induced many prominent and wealthy families in the country to become summer residents. These prominent families have been a valuable resource for the town, establishing a Golf Club, famous inns, beautiful estates, an amphitheater, the Camden Harbor Park, the Camden Yacht Club, etc., as well as renowned events such as the Salzedo Harp Festival, theater productions, concerts at the Opera House, etc., which have enriched the lives of residents and visitors for generations. New Englands premier cold-weather event, the annual U.S. National Toboggan Championships, are held in Camden each February. Camden offers many facets of entertainment year-round. During the sun-filled down-east daytime, vacationers can enjoy a multiplicity of cruises; from simple leisurely coasting about, to intricate tours of the bays landmarks, to seal spotting, to passing by the island retreat of John Travolta, Kirstie Alley, or the Onassis family. Camden will satisfy you, no matter what your reason for visiting this quaint, charming old town.