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For over 15 years, families have been making vacation memories at the Country Inn at Camden/Rockport, located along Rt 1 in Midcoast Maine. The reason we’re so popular as a family vacation lodging is simple — we go beyond your expectations in offering a balanced mix of vacation experiences with great family amenities. There is space for private time for parents to be a couple, and unstructured time for family fun and togetherness. Country Inn at Camden/Rockport has both outdoor and indoor children’s play areas, board games, a library with a flat screen TV, DVD movies and a guest computer. For over 15 years, families have been making vacation memories at the Country Inn at Camden/Rockport, located along Rt 1 in Midcoast Maine. The reason we’re so popular as a family vacation lodging is simple — we go beyond your expectations in offering a balanced mix of vacation experiences with great family amenities.

Golfers Crossing miniature golf course is open right next door to delight and entertain young and old alike! The heated swimming pool is large and a favorite among our families who often visit three or more times each year. Midcoast Recreational Center and Camden Snow Bowl are just a short distance from our front doors, so check back for Country Inn at Camden/Rockport specials & packages each season.

In the warmer months, head for Laite Memorial Beach. You can view Camden Harbor and Penobscot Bay from this area and it is only about one mile north of Country Inn at Camden/Rockport. Camden Hills and Mount Battie can be seen in the background as you splash around with the children. With its everchanging beach width because of the ocean tides, the beach provides a good venue for kids to explore the beach’s shoreline for sea shells, snails and other types of sealife. During the summer months, there is a swimming platform anchored one hundred feet offshore for those who do not mind swimming in the brisk cool waters of the Atlantic ocean. There is no lifeguard on duty, however, so parents will need to keep a watchful eye on their children when swimming in the open waters of the harbor.