The town of Camden, Maine is a beautiful North East town with colonial style buildings and an active harbor. The cute downtown is filled with specialty shops, restaurants, galleries and even a wine tasting room. Restaurants of all price ranges overlook the harbor and feature the freshest seafood of the Atlantic Ocean, which is a must. There are also decadent ice cream parlors and candy shops. The nightlife is not like a big city, not even close, but Camden’s chill vibe and great hospitality makes it an East Coast gem filled with colonial charm.

Not all public buildings in the town of Camden are wheelchair accessible due to the snowy winters and their age. Some have two steps to the entrance. However, some may have a back entrance that is wheelchair friendly but is not always the case. Nevertheless, there are still plenty of places that are up to the ADA code.

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