Area Attractions near this Maine Deer Camp
During your stay at this Maine deer camp, you might not want to see civilization. However, if you’d like to eat some lobster, have a margarita, or take in a movie, you won’t have to go all that far. Here are a few of the options with websites about nearby towns.
Belfast is less than 30 minutes away and has the freshest lobsters around at Young’s Lobster Pound. You’ll also find a variety of restaurants including great home cooking at the Dockside, fine locally grown food at farmer owned Chase’s, cold beer and good companycan be found in the evening at Rollie’s, upscale dining with wine in corked bottles at Delvino’s and a mexican fix can be had at La Vida.
Camden has great shopping and dining. You can’t really go wrong. Benton – McKay has excellent coffee and breakfast or brunch, the Camden Deli has wonderful food for and a great view of the harbor and there are all sorts of fine dining choices for dinner. Schooners depart regularly to enjoy some of the best sailing on the East Coast.
Rockland has some of the finest restaurants in the area including Suzuki’s sushi (we give it a 5 moose rating and stack it up against sushi anywhere), Cafe Miranda for big portions of a wide variety of foods, Primo for an unmatched, award winning haute cuisine meal and also a surprisingly wonderful but little known Children’s Museum, the Farnsworth Museum and schooner sailing.
This is just a tiny sampling of what can be found around here but most of the people who come just want a lot of peace and quiet with an ample supply of good game. If there’s something you are particularly interested in, just ask and we’d be happy to make recommendations.