The Mid-coast of Maine has a lot to offer to the visitor. Guests at the Maine Stay Inn can sail in a windjammer, walk easily to the wonderful Camden Hills State Park, where you will find over thirty miles of trails. You can eat lobsters (of course!) very close to where they have been caught, sit on the rock on top of Mt. Battie, where the poet Edna St. Vincent Millay used to spend hours gaining inspiration while looking at the hundreds of islands in the bay. You can also play golf on one of the country's premier courses.
Camden is known as "the village where the mountains meet the sea", and it is a beautiful seaside town. Come to enjoy one of the most photographed harbors in New England, churches with high steeples, elegant streets with attractive shops, restaurants, parks and stately old mansions. The Maine Stay Inn is one of them, one of the most beautiful and well preserved.
Camden will please everybody. Shopping, hiking, golf, boating and kayaking in summer; snowshoeing, skiing, ice fishing, ice skating, ice sailing or snowmobiling in winter…all in a very close distance.
We are just four blocks to over thirty miles of wonderful Camden Hills State Park trails. While here you can play golf on one of the country's premier courses, sail in a windjammer, eat lobster within yards of where they are being caught or sit on the rock at the top of Mt. Battie where poet Edna St. Vincent Millay sat to gaze at the islands in the bay and gain inspiration.