Camden, Maine is the quintessential New England village nestled between the mountains and the sea. And the Belmont Inn is nestled right in the center of the village, one quiet block off of busy Route 1.
It’s an easy walk to Camden’s special harbor and to shops, galleries, casual and fine dining restaurants, and the beautiful Camden Public Library (where 85% of Camden residents have a library card!) with Harbor Park on one side of the library and the outdoor Bok Amphitheatre on the other side. Camden Hills State Park on the edge of town offers great hiking and spectacular views of Penobscot Bay and its many islands.
There’s skiing, snow shoeing and tobogganing in the winter; the peaceful intimacy of early spring as the trees slowly turn that lovely color of spring green and maple sap gets turned into the world’s best maple syrup over fast-burning wood fires; golfing, biking, swimming, birding, kayaking, canoeing and just hanging out in the warm weather; and the breathtaking glory of Indian summers.
The midcoast of Maine, the town of Camden and the Belmont Inn really do offer special opportunities to enjoy nature and the people, culture, foods, history and architecture of New England year round. Come, join us, for a special time away that you will never forget.