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Maine's Mid-Coast Region

Camden, Rockport, Lincolnville 

Two of Maine's prettiest harbors, Rockport and Camden, are north of Rockland along Route 1. Full of beautiful seaside homes that cluster around a V-shaped inlet, 


Camden, Rockport & Lincolnville Waterfront Real Estate 
Maine's Mid-Coast Region

Camden Harborockport has a longstanding reputation as an artists' community, with notable artists and art institutions playing a significant role in the town's economic and social life. Bay Chamber Concerts was established in 1961 as a continuation of the summer music instruction of the Curtis Institute.  It is also home to the Maine Photographic Workshops, an internationally known photography school, as well as the Center for Maine Contemporary Art (formerly Maine Coast Artists).

For golf lovers, the Samoset Resort is located in Rockport, with many holes providing panormaic views of the ocean. 

Uniquely Camden

Camden is located on Penobscot Bay, considered by many as one of the top cruising bays in the world. This region of Maine is comprised of hundreds of peninsulas with an array of coves, nooks, harbors, islands and many miles of rugged coastline that became both beautiful and dangerous for navigation.

The area is dominated by Mount Battie and Mount Megunticook, two high hills that loom over the sea like Scandinavian peaks and make up Camden Hills State Park, one of Maine's busiest state parks. Clustered in the red-brick downtown that rings yacht-filled Camden Harbor are many restaurants and boutiques that cater to the tourist trade in the summer but, unlike many resort communities in Maine, also stay open year-round. There are many four-season homes available in a wide range of prices - many along the waterfront.

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The Village of Camden, MaineTraveling Norh

Lincolnville, Camden's northerly neighbor, is divided into halves - Lincolnville Beach and Lincolnville Center. The former is the site of a ferry that connects the large island of Islesboro and its many year-round residents to the mainland.

Nearly the entire border of the town is covered by hills or ponds. The highest is Peaked Mountain, standing on the eastern line and partly on Northport, which has an altitude of about 800 feet.

In addtion to the coast, Lincolnville also featues many lakes and ponds and provides easy access to the nearby mountains.

Lincolnville Beach has a few inns and three restaurants just off its small swath of sand. The center of town lies three or four miles inland, in a very rural area dotted with lakes, ponds, and hiker-friendly hills.

As of the most recent census, just over 2,000 people live in Lincolnville full-time.

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