Things to Do in Camden, Maine for Couples This Fall

A man and a woman drinking coffee. One of the many things to do in Camden, Maine, for couples this fall.

Camden, Maine, is a great date destination for many reasons, but it’s in the fall when this seaside town shines for couples. If you never sat along the ocean with someone you love, you are missing out on one of many intimate, simple, great dates that you can experience. Best yet, there are many things to do and simple pleasures in Camden, Maine. Go ahead and join us at the Camden Harbour Inn and make some joyous fall memories. 

Our 4 Favorite Things to Do in Camden, Maine for Couples

Here are four things to do to get the gears turning for a romantic getaway in Camden, Maine. For the best time try and do all four!

  • Sit down and enjoy a fantastic dinner with drinks at Natalie’s Restaurant. It’s a classic date idea for a reason. Sip delicious drinks in between your three-course meal. It’s all effortless because Natalie’s is Camden Harbour Inn’s in-house restaurant. Eat and drink as much as you please because your room will be steps away from your table.
  • Camden, Maine, is a seaside town, so why not see the coast while you are here. Jump aboard Schooner Olad and Cutter Owl charter with your loved one. Be sure to check out their website to reserve your charter ahead of time. 
  • Get active and pedal, or hike your way through one of the area’s best trails. Whether or not you bring your bike, you will be able to enjoy Mount Battie, Jibe Trail, or Maiden Cliff. Besides stepping aboard a boat, hiking is one of the best ways to see the fall foliage and take in the season at your own pace.
  • If both of you have slept in after your dinner date at Natalie’s, we recommend grabbing a cup of coffee and enjoying a coffee date outside while the air is crisp and cool. Walk out of Zoot Coffee with a latte or grab a French press coffee-to-go at Owl & Turtle Bookshop Cafe. Both are unbelievably tasty things to do for your autumnal stroll in Camden, Maine.
  • If both of you are wine lovers, or wine curious, there is no better way to spend some time together than participating in wine tasting and cooking classes. Here you’ll get to experience the local flair and walk around the beautiful estate at Cellardoor Winery and Vineyard.

Make Camden, Maine Your Unique Romantic Getaway

Your relationship is in excellent shape if you can do all four of these things while you stay in Camden, Maine. But, it can always get better, and if you need even more ideas, visit our travel guide. After all, Camden Harbour Inn is a MidCoast Maine romantic getaway mainstay. To see why please check availability online, and don’t forget to browse through the inn’s seasonal packages before booking.

5 Fun Mountain Biking, Hiking Trails in Camden, Maine

Someone biking on a Camden, Maine hiking trail.

Maine is a fantastic place for outdoor activities and the state is full of challenging and scenic trails for biking and hiking. So much so that it won’t be hard for you to find a fun path near Camden Harbour Inn. Here are five of the best routes.

Dreadnought Trail

This trail is inside the Camden, Maine, Snow Bowl Ski Area. It’s a challenging but incredibly rewarding trail to bike through. To get to the start of the course, you can take part in a rugged hike, or a lift will take you to the beginning. This is one trail that shouldn’t be missed.

Mount Battie

Mount Battie is a must-see hiking destination for any visitor to Camden, Maine. The hike is just more than one mile long. Once you reach the end, you will find some spectacular views of Maine. In addition, you will be able to see Camden Harbour Inn from the peak. 

Jibe Trail

An easy trail to start on for mountain biking because it’s one of the few paths that starts at a parking lot. It’s a fun track if you are a newcomer to mountain biking. This is one of the more popular trails to ride along because it’s open to hikers and dog walkers.

Maiden Cliff

This Camden, Maine, trail can be exhausting for hiking. However, it remains one of the best ways to see Megunticook Lake. It also is excellent for bird watching. Take this trail as you please because it is a hike you will talk about once you return to the Camden Habour Inn.

Tempest Trail

This is the most challenging mountain biking trail on this list. It stretches a little more than one mile, and you will feel it by the end. It features rock drops, wooden features, and three gravity-fed rock gardens. 

Pump the Breaks and Park It at Camden Harbour Inn

We hope you find even more hiking and biking trails to explore in Maine when you stay at Camden Harbour Inn. When you park your bike back at Camden Harbour Inn, you will find a AAA Four Diamond culinary meal at Natalie’s. Call us today at 1-800-236-4266 to book a room or check the availability online

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