COME FOR THE RACING, STAY FOR THE TOWN
Camden, Maine is one of the most picturesque towns in New England. The harbor is surrounded by a lively village, filled with one-of-a-kind boutiques and gourmet restaurants. Framing the scene are the sweeping iconic Camden Hills, giving hikers unbeatable views of Penobscot Bay.
The sailing grounds off Camden offer exhilarating challenges and comfortable cruising for experienced racers and weekend cruisers alike.
The host of the Cup, Lyman-Morse's Camden yard is strategically located along the entire eastern side of Camden harbor. With almost 1000 feet of dockage, plus slips and moorings, the yard is fully suited to handle crew and yachts of all sizes.
Salt Wharf (elevated cuisine and rooftop bar at Lyman-Morse)
Blue Barren (locally distilled spirits and casual fare)
Long Grain (James Beard nominated Thai cuisine)
40 Paper (Happy Hour cocktails are a must!)
Waterfront (A casual institution along Camden harbor)
Camden Deli (Grab some sandwiches and head out for a picnic)
Boynton MacKay (The perfect hangover breakfast/lunch joint)
Peter Otts (Steakhouse with harborside dining)
Fresh (Delicious Mediterranean menu)
WHAT TO DO (besides sail)
Hike - Camden Hills State Park, Fernald's Neck, and so many other trails
Wander - Camden's village center
Culture - Visit Camden, Rockport and Rockland's museums and galleries
Shop - Great one-of-a-kind boutiques
Swim - Jump in Lake Megunticook, Lincolnville Beach, and many other spots to cool off.