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What you need to know about Owls Head Transportation Museum

December 7, 2017 by Hawthorn Inn B&B

Visitors to mid-coast Maine ask what to do on a rainy day, a cold day or during the slow season.  The answer includes a visit to the Owls Head Transportation Museum.  It is open 7 days per week year round and has something for everyone to enjoy.

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Holiday Happenings near Camden, Maine

November 26, 2017 by Hawthorn Inn B&B

As a Christmas junkie, I look forward to the Holiday happenings near Camden, Maine.  Rockland, Camden, Rockport, and Belfast all have entire weekends devoted to holiday activities.  Then, there are all of the midweek activities to get you through to the next weekend.  It requires serious planning to get in all of the holiday festivities!

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The Affordable NE School Vacation Week Your Family Will Love

February 9, 2017 by Hawthorn Inn B&B

A vacation in MidCoast Maine is the affordable NE school vacation week your family will love! Regardless if your family loves the great outdoors, or prefers being inside, MidCoast Maine offers a cost-effective way to vacation with your children.

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Camden Maine Winterfest

January 18, 2017 by Hawthorn Inn B&B

Camden Maine Winterfest is another reason to get outdoors and enjoy what midcoast Maine has to offer. New York Times Travel speaks of the U. S. National Toboggan Championship as a reason to gather in the cold, dark months of the year to have some fun! The Camden Maine Winterfest began as an extension of that fun. It is more than a week long event. It starts on Saturday, February 4 with community ice sculpting in the Camden Public Library Amphitheater. For a complete list of all of the activities click here.

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Glacier Ice Bar

January 11, 2017 by Hawthorn Inn B&B

A visit to Samoset’s Glacier Ice bar is a “must-see” outdoor winter activity in the Maine midcoast. Samoset’s Executive Chef, Tim Pierce, and his team carve over 20,000 pounds of crystal-clear ice into one of the “hottest and coolest lounges” found in Maine for two January weekends a year.

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