Camden Riverhouse Hotel and Inns
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... as they can to try to get the other person's cars to stop working. The last car standing is obviously the winner. For safety precautions they have fire fighters with their fire trucks literally lined up on the edge of the derby space with their hoses ready so they can put out any fires started. There is at least two fires a year that they have to tend to. The Windsor Fair is definitely a fun family friendly area that I would recommend for everyone to visit.
... Depending on the time of the year, there isn’t much else to do in Rockland aside from visiting the many art galleries. If you’re a golfer the Samoset resort is minutes away, with an 18-hole champion golf course it is called the pebble beach of the east. If you’re in Rockland between July 29th and August 3rd, you can head down to the harbor and go to the famous Maine Lobster Festival. The Lobster Festival ...
... we were running out of time and had to get back for a suprise for Rita. Two more valley girls flew up for Rita's surprise birthday party. We were meeting her best friend Kim who had picked up Olga and Ninfa at the airport and we got there 10 minutes before park closed so i managed to get better pictures this time of the light house. So poor Rita now has 5 people staying at her house and 1 more still to ...
... of town in a rural-ish area. It's peaceful, homely and the wood fire was in full swing for us when we arrived back after our long day.
The second activity recommended to us by the Information Centre was a drive (or hike if we had the time) up to Mount Battie for views of the area. This was absolutely worth it! We would have loved to hike, but our time here is limited and we were keen to cover as much ground as ...
Packing camp this morning, we remark how most people who come to Camden stay in picture perfect B&B's or gloriously romantic victorian inns. We laugh at this as we put away our tin coffee maker, Coleman lantern and roll up our tent and know that food tastes even better out in the wild. Amazingly, we have another fantastic day of sunshine and warmth, with zero humidity. Superb weather.
We are up early and decide to visit the summit of Mt. Battie, an 800' ...