Camden is a town located in Knox County, Maine. As of the 2000 census, the town had a total population of 5,254.
Ethernet inventor Bob Metcalfe has a house in nearby Lincolnville and John Sculley is also a resident. Each fall, a well-known technology conference called Pop!Tech is hosted there.
Camden also has a very nice library rebuilt in a recent years. Camden is the home town of poet Edna St. Vincent Millay, and a large, but now obscurely relocated statue of her looks out over the harbor.
From 1991 to 1994, the Center for Creative Imaging offered courses in digital imaging.
Web Sites and Links
Camden Downtown Business AssociationProvides meeting information, membership list, and gift certificates.
Camden Marine InformationFair Harbors provides a guide to Camden Harbor and the local community. Description, photographs, and links available.
Camden Police DepartmentProvides helpful information, officer rosters, and department programs.
Camden Village SoupA community internet station serving the area with live cams, local news and information, current events, shopping and links to town offices.
Curtis Island LightFeatures photographs, lighthouse statistics, history of the light in the harbor, maps, and how to reach island.
Town of CamdenProvides information about town issues, departments, services, meeting agenda, and tax maps.