5 of the Best Camden Maine Lighthouse Tours

With 65 lighthouses scattered across Maine, you can find great places to visit for Camden, Maine, lighthouse tours. Camden has a rich maritime history, home to several lighthouses that have guided sailors and fishermen for years. Some lighthouses are open to the public, while others are owned privately, and the only way you can see them is by boat. In this blog, we’ll cover some of the best ones to visit and how to tour them.

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Camden Maine Lighthouse Tours You Can Drive

Owl’s Head Lighthouse

This lighthouse is a 25-minute drive from Camden. It may be one of the spookiest lighthouses in Camden due to the mysterious things that happen there. Owl’s Head Lighthouse is a great lighthouse to visit if you seek a unique experience wrapped in mystery and beauty. If you climb to the top of the tower, you’ll get a bird’s eye view of the area.

Rockland Breakwater Lighthouse

Rockland Breakwater Lighthouse is at the end of a mile-long granite breakwater, hence its name. If you visit, you’ll walk the breakwater to the lighthouse, which offers many photographic opportunities. Adjacent to the lighthouse, you can also explore a small museum that adds to the charm of this lighthouse.

Camden Main Lighthouse Tours by Boat

Curtis Island Lighthouse

Curtis Island Lighthouse is one of the most picturesque lighthouses in Maine, but difficult to see on land. You can get a distant view if you take Bay View Street to where it intersects with Beach Avenue. Otherwise, you’ll need to go by boat to get closer to this lighthouse.

Indian Island Lighthouse

The Indian Island Lighthouse is a great one to see on a boat tour. It is privately owned, so there is no access to it by land. It sits on a small island in Rockport Bay and is visible from Rockport Marine Park. But a boat tour will be much more fun to see it close up.

Camden Maine Lighthouse Boat Tours

You can take a few great boat tours to lighthouses near Camden, ME. Camden Harbor Cruises is one of the most popular companies that will make sure you have a fantastic trip. They offer several different tour packages you can choose from.

Maine State Ferry Service can take you to various islands and passes by several lighthouses giving you a great view of them. Additionally, Matinicus Excursions runs tours back and forth between Rockland and Matinicus Island, which pass by the Rockland Breakwater and Matinicus Rock Lighthouse.

Stay at the Camden Maine Stay Inn

Camden Maine Stay Inn is a unique B&B with many guest rooms styled in period décor and charm you’ll love spending a vacation enjoying. The historic building has beautiful common rooms and a garden perfect for peaceful moments soaking up the beauty.

Each room has lavish amenities like private en suite bathrooms, comfortable, cozy beds, plush bathrobes, gas fireplaces, views of the beautiful scenery surrounding the property, and more. Check availability with the Camden Maine Stay Inn and book your stay today!