Links that you may find useful and interesting.
A recent blog post that you may find helpful!
Where to eat in Union
The Badger Cafe and Pub lunches served on full day fishing trips come from the Badger. Great food and a friendly atmosphere on Union Common.
Places to stay in the area that we recommend
Point Lookout offers individual cabins in a beautiful wooded setting. The Maine Sporting Camp experience right on Route 1 within easy driving distance of the finest restaurants, museums and shopping. Not to mention a package that includes a half day trip with Maine Outdoors.
Samoset Resort many of our clients stay here and are delighted with the accommodations.
Windward House Camden's in town premier bed & breakfast -, no pretension, just relaxation, great full menu breakfasts and all Camden has to offer within a block or two walk.
The Inns at Blackberry Commons offer a 10% discount to Maine Outdoors clients. Enjoy the elegant charm of a premier Camden Maine bed and breakfast inn that is named by Maine: An Explorer’s Guide as “the prettiest interior in Camden”. Relax in the lush perennial gardens that surround the inns creating a quiet oasis that is a short stroll from bustling Camden harbor.
On the Water In Maine Rentals over 150 vacation rentals on the lakes and coast of Maine.
Martinsville Vacation Rentals, heavenly houses that are available to rent!
Maine Sporting Camps we reccomend
Libby Camps in northern Maine
Weatherby's in Grand Lake Stream
Local Chambers of Commerce and Tourism Organizations
Don Kleiner recently served as chair of the Board of Directors.
Cruise Maine Maine Cruise Ship Information and Destinations
Bryant Pond 4-H camp and Learning Center Don served as a Director and is a former Chair of the Board.
Folks that make great local products!
Sweetgrass Farm Winery and Distillery Enjoy a taste of their Maine grown wines and spirits, including blueberry, apple, cranberry, and raspberry. See Maine’s only copper pot still producing brandies and gin.
Outdoorsman Edges Mike Stenstrom makes beautiful handmade knives and turkey calls.
James Wallace a local artist and our neighbor
Other interesting links
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