- 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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80% 107 votes
130 Thomaston Street, Rockland, ME 04841 MoreLess Info
With its authentic 30 foot-long lobster boat, Captain Jack Lobster Boat Adventure offers its clients glimpses of the local marine wildlife, including whales. The main purpose is, however, seeing lobsters and other seafood get caught in the captain's traps. Fishing trips are also available.
94% 462 votes
44 05 33 N, 69 02 39 W, Owls Head, ME 04854 MoreLess Info
Built in 1852 and with a height of 30 feet, the Owls Head Lighthouse also has on its site the original 1854 keeper's house and the 1895 oil house.
97% 297 votes
117 Museum Street, Owls Head, ME 4854 MoreLess Info
A specialty Museum, the Owls Head Transportation Museum has a wide collection of antique planes and cars. They also host fascinating and exciting events like aerobatic shows, motorcycle exhibits and special edition cars.
92% 39 votes
Owls Head, ME MoreLess Info
Birch Point Beach State Park is only a day park and camping here is not allowed. It is renowned for its oceanfront scenery—thus making it a popular hangout for photographers.
96% 27 votes
Vinalhaven, ME MoreLess Info
A public swimming area, the Lawson Quarry consists of granite formations that were highly sought after in a bygone era. What is left are smooth granite stones that are warmed by the sun and a cool swimming area—it's like a community swimming hole for kids and adults alike.
100% 5 votes
152 Lincolnville Avenue, Belfast, ME 04915 MoreLess Info
Water Walker Kayaks & Day Tours is a kayak rental company that offers sea tours along the shoreline of Maine. The kayaks that the company uses are made from fiberglass and polyethylene.
90% 141 votes
Northport Ave, Belfast, ME 04915 MoreLess Info
Being opened for the public in 1904, Belfast City Park is the oldest park in the city. It covers 17,5 acres and offers the view of the bay. It has playgrounds, picnic areas, swimming pools, and other amenities.
100% 5 votes
163 High Street, Belfast, ME 04915 MoreLess Info
The Colonial Theatre is a movie theater that shows the best of Hollywood, independent, and foreign films. The three auditoriums are fitted with surround sound and the front of the building has a balcony.
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10 Market Street, Belfast, ME 4915 MoreLess Info
The Belfast Historical Society & Museum is a historical museum that strives to preserve and display artifacts and memorabilia from local history. The museum contains vintage photographs and exhibits in addition to a historical archive and library available.
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163 High Street, Belfast, ME 4915 MoreLess Info
Featuring the latest blockbuster hits, Colonial Theatre offers three screens to watch movies in. The theater is located in the downtown area and features 1920s architecture with two elephant sculptures on the roof.