How about this for a phenomenal sailing experience? Schooner Olad has a real Maine adventure coming up on 17 July. A half day sail and a traditional Lobster Bake! From 2.30 – 8.45PM, the Olad will sail around Penobscot Bay, through the archipelago of Islesboro to Warren Island where the crew will prepare a traditional Lobster bake! What a wonderful way to enjoy the rugged shoreline, lighthouses, seals, bald eagles and so much more…. Relax, and enjoy a marvelous day in Maine!
One of our most popular tours this summer is the two hour Camden Harbor kayak tour. At just $35.00 pp this two hour guided tour is great value, and has had rave reviews from our guests. You’ll head out past cruising yachts and tall masted schooners, taking in the majestic coastline from a unique perspective. Still time to book up. The kayak tour sets off from Camden harbor, just a short walk from the Inn. We book the whole thing – you just show up and have fun!
“The view from the forested slopes of Mount Battie straight down to the forest of masts in Camden Harbor is one of the most dramatic in New England — and never more beautiful than in fall,” writes Michael Blanding, author of the article. “For a closer look at the trees, hike nearby Mount Megunticook or Bald Rock Mountain.”
Of course, everyone who lives here already knows how beautiful Camden is in the Fall. We would love you to experience the magnificent beauty for yourselves. We hope to see you soon!
ROCKLAND – Friends of the Rockland Public Library are sponsoring a tour of “Our Neighbors’ Gardens” from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. July 17 to help support the library.
The tour will feature nine area gardens, including an English inspired garden, a sculpture garden and a formal garden.
Tickets are available at the Rockland Public Library and at Caravans, 415 Main St. in Rockland, for $12 advance or $15 the day of the tour.
For information or to buy tickets, contact the Rockland Public Library at 594-0310.
On Saturday & Sunday, June 19 & 20, the Owls Head Transportation Museum celebrates America’s passion for cool cars with its Hot Rods, Customs Meet & Antique Aeroplane Show.
As part of the day’s activities the Museum will actively demonstrate a few of its turn-of-the-century automobiles as well as give free rides in Ford Model Ts. Special children’s activities and Museum tours are planned. This is one of the Transport museums most popular events. Lots of fun for the whole family.
Schooner ‘Olad’ has a super Father’s Day gift. Dad will receive half off the regular rate when accompanied by a family member. Book a two night stay at the Blue Harbor House Inn, and we will pay the other half! (subject to availability) Book online and quote ‘Olad’ special when booking. www.blueharborhouse.com
Set sail from Camden harbor, 10.00am, 12.30pm, and 5.15 pm
A new Maine State Parks passport program has been launched in recognition of the 75th anniversary of State Parks in Maine. An informative passport book has been created and color coded by the eight regons in Maine, with descriptive information on each park. In the Midcoast region alone there are 16 State Parks. Get your passport from any Maine State park.
Maine Eastern Railroad is offering a special Mother’s Day round trip ride between Rockland and Brunwick, stopping at Bath and Wiscasset. Train departs Rockland 10.00am. (Mom’s ride half price!)
For reservations www.maineeasternrailroad.com
Looking for a unique outdoor experience? Want to spend a few hours enjoying the natural beauty of the Camden-Rockport-Lincolnville area? The Land Trust has created a brochure that offers self-guided tours to three of our most popular and scenic preserves: Bald Mountain Preserve, Fernalds Neck Preserve, and Beech Hill Preserve. The Camden Hills have much to offer: scenic vistas, unforgettable picnic spots, bird- and wildlife-watching opportunities, and much more! Take some time to really experience the spectacular landscape and wildlife of this area by exploring it from the ground up. Ttake a picnic lunch provided by the Blue Harbor House in our special picnic backpack, and explore the rugged beauty of Maine’s Mid Coast.