The Lodge at Camden Hills
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- Refrigerator in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
- Microwave in room
- High-speed internet in room
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... to pull in. I mostly try to avoid the game area just because it's hard for me to say no, and the money adds up real quick.
Food is my favorite thing at the fair. Gives everyone an excuse to eat bad. They sell all sorts of different kinds of foods like italian sausage, hamburgers and hot dogs, there is even a thai food stand and some small restaurant areas where you can get pulled pork sandwiches or turkey dinners. The most popular sellers at the fair ...
... 30,000 visitors from around the world that come down to enjoy the festivities and the food. If you have the time you could also visit the neighboring town of Camden, Camden is known by its slogan "Where the mountains meet the sea. It’s also known for its picturesque beauty and the views from the top of Mount Batty.
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Rains finally stopped we started early and even though the park was closed we walked around Ft. Knox the best we could till rangers asked us to leave. We then ventured on to Cadillac Mountain we stopped at sand beach to walk on the beach on up to Thunder Hole. We got there at a good time and actually got to hear the rour of Thunder Hole. Only heard as tide is coming in. We then had to give up some of site ...
What a horrible rain storm. Took about 6 hours to drive 180 mile in down pouring rain. It was a beautiful drive and would have been amazing had I been able to enjoy the fall foliage. But had to focus on the road. They reduced speed limit from 70 to 45 with thenwind and rain all I could do. We tried to see Portland headlight light ...
... with beautiful victorian stone buildings and large sprawling greens. It was definitely beautiful and historical feeling.
With dusk settling in, we needed to get on the road to Camden to meet the owners of the High Tide Inn B&B before they left for bed. The drive was beautiful on Route 1 just off the coast. We occasionally got great views of the ocean and the coast. We made it to Camden around 8:30pm, and then to the High Tide Inn just as the owners ...