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The sweet little coastal town of Camden, Maine is exactly what you imagine when you envision the quintessential New England beach town – old-school charm, pretty storefronts and dramatic natural scenery. It's impossible not to fall in love with Camden as soon as you begin walking its picturesque streets or stroll along its breathtaking stretches of beach – trust me, I would know. I spent just three days in the town of Camden on my recent trip to the East Coast, but by the end of the first day, I was already smitten. I hadn't even planned on staying more than a few hours in Camden initially, but the idyllic beauty and small town atmosphere won me over and beckoned me to extend my stay. So I did. I booked a great last-minute Camden hotel through HotelTonight, the handy hotel app that I never travel without. In just a few minutes on the HotelTonight app, I had booked the perfect hotel in the heart of Camden, Maine, and I was ready to call this beautiful little coastal town my home for a few days.


The streets of downtown Camden are lined with colorful storefronts that will make you feel as if you've stepped back in time. Downtown Camden feels like a traditional New England downtown, and it's certainly one of the prettiest little towns I've ever visited. One of my favorite activities in Camden was just strolling down these idyllic streets, and every once in a while a pretty storefront would tempt me, and I'd have to pop in to browse the selection of local goods. If you want to explore unique boutiques and enjoy great dining while in Camden, you'll definitely need to head downtown.

Village Green

Camden's Village Green is a little gem in the heart of downtown. This rolling green space is the perfect spot for a picnic, a bit of relaxing, and simply enjoying the beauty of Camden. This simple, unadorned public park was designed by the famous Frederick Law Olmsted, Jr., so naturally it's one of the most cherished spots in town. I loved walking past the Village Green during my days in Camden, and I even had a nice picnic there one day. Sitting in this pretty park will give you an instant appreciation for the simple, laidback lifestyle of Camden.

Camden Hills State Park

When you travel to Maine, you should expect to spend a lot of time outdoors. After all, there are few more beautiful states in the country than Maine, and there's simply so much to do and see in this lovely setting. So when I wanted to get out and enjoy the natural surroundings, I headed to Camden Hills State Park. This 5,700-acre state park offers dozens of miles of hiking trails through picturesque forests. I spent hours hiking through the park, and my hike took me past sparkling lakes, dramatic forests and rolling hills. At the summit of Mount Battie, you can even enjoy breathtaking views of the nearby islands.

Harbor Park

Camden's Harbor Park is located just off Main Street. It's a two-acre public park designed by the Olmsted Brothers that dates back to the 1920s. Harbor Park is a lovely waterfront park that offers spectacular views of the harbor and the bay, and both the Camden Harbor Park and the Amphitheater are listed on the National Register of Historic Places, so you shouldn't miss them while in Camden.

The Snow Bowl

Even though I wasn't in Maine during the winter months, I still made my way to the famous Snow Bowl. The Snow Bowl is basically an outdoor playground, because it offers fun recreational activities year-round. In the winter, visitors can go skiing, snowboarding, snowshoeing and tobogganing. During the summer, visitors can go hiking and biking, or they can enjoy the tennis, baseball, and softball courts and fields. This pretty recreation area is a must-visit for anyone looking to get active and experience Maine's great outdoors. I spent nearly an entire day here, and it still wasn't enough (although my muscles were happy to rest after all of that hiking and biking).

HotelTonight – Last-Minute Hotels in Camden, Maine

The quaint Maine town of Camden has officially stolen my heart. From its charming little downtown streets to its abundance of natural beauty, there's nothing about this town I didn't love. It was the perfect spot for a beach getaway, and I can see why so many people throughout New England vacation in Camden during the summer. It's the quintessential New England beach destination, in my opinion, and I am already hoping to return next summer. If I do plan a return trip to Camden, I will be sure to book another great Camden hotel with my HotelTonight app. When I use HotelTonight, I always know finding a great last-minute hotel will be quick and easy.

Frequently Asked Questions

How many hotels are in Camden?

There are 20 hotels in Camden available from Hotel Tonight.

What are most popular hotels in Camden?

Among our most booked hotels in Camden are:

What are the best hotels in Camden?

Some of the top rated HotelTonight hotels in Camden are:
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How much is a hotel room in Camden?

In the last 30 days, HotelTonight prices in Camden have been as low as $124.77, though the average room costs closer to $153.43 per night.

What is the cheapest time to go to Camden?

Our hotels prices have varied throughout the year from $111.01 to $238.37 On average, we've seen the cheapest room prices in January

Which hotels in Camden have a pool?

There are 3 hotels with pools in Camden. Some of them are: