We'll be offline beginning Feb 9 through March 14. During that period you will not be able to make online purchases. Thank you for your understanding!
Why We Call it Vacationland
With more than 6,000 lakes and ponds, 5,000 streams, over 30 state parks and almost 3,500 miles of coastline, it's no wonder Maine is known as "Vacationland" (it's even on our license plates!)
Over 80% of Maine - that's about 17 million acres - remains forested with a beautiful mix of white pine, hemlock, spruce, fir and a variety of hardwoods.
Between the breeze coming off the ocean and the naturally air purifying nature of trees, it not only looks good here, it smells good too!
Our 2014 season came to a close on 10/29 as we put the "Cow" to bed for the winter. We'll miss all our wonderful customers but look forward to seeing everyone in the spring as we celebrate our 75th year! Don't forget that you can shop online throughout the year.
The prizewinner for November 2014 is Stephanie from Pittsburgh, PA. We'll be sending Stephanie our new Parade of Deer balsam pillow. Congrats!
Our prizewinners are chosen at random from our email list... next month could be YOUR turn!
We are now open from 9AM-9PM Mondays thru Saturdays and 9:30AM-9PM on Sundays... summer is here!
As of Labor Day we have moved into fall schedule with open hours Monday- Saturday 9:30-5:30 and Sunday from 10-5. This is such a great time to be in Maine: a bit quieter, a more relaxed pace of living and beautiful weather with warm days and cooler nights. Lots of events going on and plenty to do. We love this time of year!
What an amazing season our 75th was! Beginning with our opening celebration in April and continuing with contests, giveaways and visits from old friends and former employees, we celebrated the whole season long. We are so grateful to still be family owned on beautiful Main Street in Camden. We look forward to many more years right here where the mountains meet the sea. Many thanks to our wonderful friends and customers who have made The Smiling Cow a Camden, Maine tradition for 75 years.