A stay at Camden Windward Inn places you in the heart of Camden, steps from Camden Public Library and 3 minutes by foot from Camden Harbor Park and ...
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Located in Searsport, Captain Nickels Inn is by the ocean, within a 5-minute drive of Penobscot Marine Museum and Long Cove.
Feb 7 - Feb 8
With a stay at Hawthorn Inn in Camden, you'll be in the business district, just a 4-minute walk from Camden Harbor Park and Amphitheatre and a 3-minute drive ...
Jan 28 - Jan 29
When you stay at Inn at Sunrise Point in Lincolnville, you'll be on the waterfront, within a 5-minute drive of Lincolnville Ferry Terminal and Schoolhouse ...
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With a stay at One-bedroom Suite in Belfast, you'll be within a 5-minute walk of Belfast Historical Society and Museum and Belfast Harbor.
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Located in Blue Hill, this vacation home is within a 5-minute drive of Blue Hill Bay Gallery and Jonathan Fisher House.
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Bangor, Maine, is known as a productive lumber and paper production region, as well as a place to enjoy a variety of winter sports. The recipe for chocolate brownies originated in Bangor, and the culinary treat continues to be a popular item on local restaurant and bakery menus. While in Bangor, be sure to spend some time at the Bangor Salmon Pool, or the Cascade Park, which offers a spectacular fountain and picnic area. While in Bangor, be sure to try some of the locally caught seafood, which is the regional specialty, and many visitors attend Bangor's annual Maine Lobster Festival. The area's nightlife is centered around the neighboring University of Maine campus.
Take the U.S. Highway 9 or Interstates 95 or 595 to get around Bangor. To travel greater distances, Bangor International Airport (BGR) provides service to cities in the United States and Canada. The Kenduskeag Stream neighborhood is a favorite area for visitors to explore due to its quietness and natural beauty. You’ll find many of Bangor’s hotel options are located in the Downtown district.
The area that is now Bangor was first inhabited by the Penobscot Indian tribes. The nearby Penobscot Indian Island Reservation is where many of their descendants still live. Bangor has warm, wet summers and cold, snowy winters. The area is often affected by storms called "Nor'easter's," which are fueled by the Atlantic Ocean, and spread heavy snow into the area.