- The list below includes 91 free or cheap things to do in or near Camden, Maine, including 79 different types of inexpensive activities like National & State Parks, Nature & Wildlife Areas, History Museums and Lake.
- From Mount Battie to Camden Hills State Park, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Camden and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Rockland, Deer Isle, Belfast and Castine.
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98% 2146 votes
Camden Hills State Park, Camden, ME MoreLess Info
Mount Battie is an 800-foot summit located in Camden Hills State Park. Visitors can either hike or drive to the summit and visit a stone tower, and see views of Camden and Camden Harbor.
94% 1059 votes
280 Belfast Road, Camden, ME 04843 MoreLess Info
Bird watchers, cross-country skiers, hikers, hunters, bikers, horseback riders, and snowmobilers can explore Camden Hills State Park including Mount Battie. The park also offers RV camping, a shower house, and Wi-Fi.
97% 175 votes
Rte 105, Camden, ME MoreLess Info
Megunticook Lake is a place worthy of the entire family's time, with shallow swimming areas or children, a diving platform off-shore, and plenty of picnic tables and grills.
100% 4 votes
Camden, ME 04843 MoreLess Info
Situated on over 47,000 acres, Acadia National Park features a hike up Cadillac Mountain that provides a view of the bay. The park offers lakes, woodlands, camping sites and trails for hiking, biking and horseback riding.
- 2 votes
Conway Road, Camden, ME 4843 MoreLess Info
The Merryspring Horticultural Nature Park is a leisure park that features an herb garden, a gazebo titled 'The Hexagon', and a greenhouse. The park offers guided nature walks, bug safaris, and weekend workshops.
99% 334 votes
55 Main St., Camden, ME MoreLess Info
Located on the premises of the public library, the Camden Harbor Park & Amphitheatre can be rented for special events such as weddings and concerts. This complex is included in the National Register of Historic Places.
95% 168 votes
The High Street Historic District is a street in Camden, Maine, that runs from Main Street to Sherman Point Road. Along the road are 66 historic homes, most built in the early 1800s.
92% 36 votes
1 Beacon Avenue, Camden, ME MoreLess Info
As a lighthouse built in the 1800s, Curtis Island Light provides visitors with a historic view of the coast. On the grounds, visitors can sit among the rocky coastline and watch boats pass by.
100% 10 votes
Pitcher Pond is a resort community built on the lake. The lake offers swimming, fishing, and boating opportunities, and people often collect lobsters here, as well as the pond offering views of Ducktrap Mountain.
100% 4 votes
The scenic St. George River runs through the small coastal town of Camden, offering recreational paddling options. A wide range of trails run along the banks of the river for those seeking land-based activities.