|The Overlook at the Cellardoor Winery Vineyard in Lincolnville|
Come join us this Saturday for a special Kennebec Valley Bicycle Club ride in Camden and Lincolnville. The ride will feature a stop at the Cellardoor Winery, and some back roads in a area that we don't get a chance to ride in (as a group) that often. Part of the route will trace part of the East Coast Greenway, and the ride will have other treats in store. Hope to see you on Saturday!
July 13th, Saturday: Camden
“Camden Vineyard Tour” – a circuit of Megunticook Lake, including Camden and the Cellardoor Winery and vineyard in Youngtown (Lincolnville).
START: 9:30 A.M., at the Cellardoor Winery, 367 Youngtown Rd, one mile east of Route 52. Park in the rear, behind the winery store, keeping in mind that they will have regular customer parking on a Saturday.
DIRECTIONS: From Camden, take Rt. 52 north for 5 miles and turn right onto the Youngtown Rd for one mile. See the Cellardoor Winery website for map and detailed directions: http://mainewine.com.
DISTANCE: 20-30 miles, depending if a loop from Camden to Rockport is taken and if we return to the winery via Rt. 52 or via Rts. 1 and 173. The route is moderately hilly, and the road surfaces are showing wear.
HIGHLIGHTS: Visit the winery store and take a walk through the vineyards. Numerous lake views during the ride. Camden (& Rockport). Part of the route is the official East Coast Greenway interim on-road coastal route.
LUNCH: The picnic tables outside the winery store are available for us to use after our ride. We can bring a bag lunch, or they sell beverages, local cheeses, breads, and other goodies. And of course, they sell wine and have wine tasting.
LEADER: Jim Merrick.
For more information about the Kennebec Valley Bicycle Club, contact Jim Merrick at email@example.com, or follow us on Facebook.