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A Walk Through Downtown Camden // Camden, Maine

Today I am excited to continue to share more from my recent trip through New England, New Brunswick, Prince Edward Island, and Nova Scotia. You can read all of the posts from the trip by clicking on the links below:


NOVA SCOTIA:

Peggy's Cove: //  Peggy's Cove //  Peggy's Cove Lighthouse //  

Camden is approximately 3 and 1/2 hours north of Boston, and it was the perfect place to stop for the night. Camden, Maine is an absolutely adorable sea-side town in Maine along the coast. If you haven't ever visited I definitely recommend it! We had such a delightful time walking around, enjoying the views, and window shopping all of the adorable shops. I hope you enjoy the pictures from this walk through downtown Camden. *smiles* (If you are interested in seeing pictures of Camden Harbor, you can do so HERE.)
When we visited Camden it was a beautiful early fall day and the trees were just starting to turn their colors.
One of the things that I loved about Camden was all of the unique and adorable businesses along the downtown area.
The Riverhouse Footbridge that was built in 1953 was absolutely charming. 
Walking along the bridge made you feel like you had stepped into Europe. The charm of it was simply precious and one of my favorite places in Camden. (It was also right outside the back of where we stayed- at the Lord Camden Inn which was perfect.)
There are also a ton of unique restaurants and places to eat along downtown Camden.
The Camden Deli was filled to the brim both times we walked by it. This menu out front was so cute and welcoming!
I hope you enjoyed this walk through downtown Camden! It was such a quaint New England town to visit and I would definitely recommend it if you haven't been there!

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