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If you like peace and quiet and fresh ocean breezes, Camden may be for you. WIth a high number of available local amenities, high graduation rates, and high income per capita, Camden is among the most livable cities in Maine. Read more...

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Life in Camden

Located on the ocean, the beauty and character of Camden is reflected in the creativity of its people. Camden is a town of artists, with more artists, designers and people working in media than 90% of the communities in America. Camden’s many unique vistas are the backdrop for fine old sea captain’s houses, as well as the summer “cottages” of the some wealthiest, most prominent families in the country.

Accessibility

Camden is a fewer than two hours from Portland and four hours to Boston, or if you have access to a small plane, you can fly out of Owl’s Head airport in neighboring Rockport. Camden has a relatively high telecommuting population of professionals as well as self-employed people who work from home.

Camden, ME Real Estate

The majority of Camden, ME homes for sale are single family dwellings. Camden is a classic New England seaside town with historic buildings and a vibrant, charming Main Street right alongside one of the most picturesque harbors on the East Coast.


As​ ​you​ ​browse​ ​Camden,​ ​ME​ ​real​ ​estate​ ​listings You may notice that in addition to miles of oceanfront real estate, there are other opportunities to live on the water in Camden. Some of the best sited homes in Camden are on the Penobscot Bay, but others are located on the beautiful Megunticoook Lake, the largest lake in the area.

    Camden​ ​ME​ ​real​ ​estate​ ​listings​ ​tend​ ​to​ ​highlight​ ​the​ ​following​ ​community​ ​assets:


  • Camden Snow Bowl is a town-owned ski mountain with hiking in the summer, skiing and toboggan races in the winter.

  • Bald Mountain Preserve offers a 2.6-mile round trip hike up the forested slope and up exposed ledges to reveal pristine views and a sense of solitude.

  • Camden Hills State Park offers 30 miles of hiking trails, an oceanside picnic area, a family campground, a winding auto road up to the 800-foot summit of Mount Battie with sweeping views of Penobscot Bay, and Mount Megunticook - one of the highest points on the Atlantic seaboard.

  • Fernald’s Neck Preserve, Megunticook Falls, and Merryspring Nature Center, are also all gorgeous natural assets to the town.

Camden Schools

At Camden Hills Regional High School, students have the opportunity to take Advanced Placement (AP) coursework and exams. 35% of students take advantage of the AP program, which is above the Maine state average. Camden is one of the most well-educated cities in the nation, with 47.45% of adults in Camden holding their bachelor's or graduate degree.

For even more information on the Town of Camden, please click here to read our “Town of Camden, ME Local Guide."

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