The Geographic Center of Midcoast Maine
The Rockland and Camden area is the geographic center of Midcoast Maine and the heart of the Penobscot Bay region. This area surrounding our inn has the best of Maine – scenic mountains and miles of rugged coastline, lighthouses and lobster; arts and culture; fabulous food and year round outdoor adventure.
Each season is unique in the Midcoast Maine area and offers a seasonal array of seascapes, activities, and events. The breadth of activities offered in the area is overwhelming and unlike anything else. What mother nature gives us for weather does not really matter as we have many indoor and outdoor activities to keep you busy. If you find yourself exploring the coast, plan on at least 3-days in the Midcoast area to do it justice. We invite you to experience the fantastic attractions in Rockland & Camden, Maine during your stay at our romantic inn.
Miles of Rugged Coastline
Lighthouses, Lobsters, and more!
From Hiking to Kayaking
Enjoy year-round outdoor activities like hiking, sailing, kayaking, birding, snowboarding, or island hopping. On land and on the sea, spring, summer, fall, and winter season, there is always some adventure that awaits.
Maine Coast Lighthouses
Iconic Symbols of Maine
Lighthouses are iconic symbols of Maine and as home to the Maine Lighthouse Museum and over 12 lighthouses in the Midcoast area, we can help you get your lighthouse fix.
Art, History & Culture
The Art Capital of Maine
Rockland has been named the Art Capital of Maine as the home of the Farnsworth Art Museum and Wyeth Center, the Center for Maine Contemporary Arts and over 20 art galleries in downtown Rockland alone. Enjoy 1st Friday Art walks May through October and extended hours at the Farnsworth on Wednesday nights in the summer season. Not to worry, although their schedules will vary by season our museums are open year round.
Festivals & Events
Happening Almost Every Weekend
Particularly in the summer and fall seasons, there is a festival or event taking place in the Rockland area almost every weekend. There are celebrations to honor pumpkins, cheese, local farms, and of course, the lobster festival to celebrate our favorite food.
Rockland dubbed “Pie Town” by the Food Network celebrates National Pie Day every January in a big way! More than 45 types of sweet and savory pies are served at over 20 different inns, restaurants and businesses to ticket holders as a fundraiser for our local food pantry.
Local and Ethnic Cuisines
With one of the highest ratios of restaurant seats per capita in the US, the Rockland Camden area has a number of great restaurants serving a variety of local and ethnic cuisines within walking distance of the inn or within a short drive. Lobster is always a feature but other delicacies abound too.