Camden Snow Bowl – Camden, ME
Maine Ski Areas & Resorts
Camden Snow Bowl, located right along the Maine coast, has many beautiful views of Penobscot Bay. Camden Snow Bowl Maine vacations mean winter sports fun. Most of the trails are of the intermediate cruising variety. They are open for tubing and night skiing as well.There are also many shopping, dining, lodging, and cross-country opportunities nearby. They also claim New England’s only 400- foot toboggan chute. Ask us about Maine Skiing or share your Maine ski area updates and comments. To feature your Maine business, contact us.
Maine Ski Areas: Camden Snow Bowl
Lost Valley Ski Area Auburn, 200 Lost Valley Road, Auburn, ME 04210 | 207-784-1561
In the winter months, Lost Valley's variety of 15 trails and terrain park offer an interesting ski day for skiers of all abilities. Summer months, enjoy today's competitive Adventure Sport, Paintball with 2-3 acres of densely wooded playing field, and a Sup' Air Speedball field.
Visit Lost Valley Ski Area Auburn
Camden Snow Bowl
20 Barnestown Road
Camden, ME 04843
Ph: 207-236-3438 or 207-236-4418
Take I-95 to Exit 102 for ME-9/ME-126 toward Gardiner/Litchfield/I-295 S.
Turn left onto ME-126 E/ME-9 E/Lewiston Rd (signs for Maine 9/Maine 126/Interstate 295).
Take a slight left onto Central St, then another slight left onto Water St.
Turn left onto ME-126 E/ME-9 E/Bridge St/Brunswick Ave, Continue to follow ME-126 E/ME-9 E/Bridge St.
Turn right onto Water St.
Turn left onto ME-226 N/Windsor St, Continue to follow ME-226 N.
Turn right onto ME-17 E/Eastern Ave, Continue to follow ME-17 E.
Turn left onto Pushaw Rd.
Turn right onto Hope St.
Take the 1st left onto Gillette Rd.
Turn right onto Barnestown Rd.
Turn right and Camden Snow Bowl will be on the right.
Vertical: 950 ft.
Avg. Snowfall: 75 in.
Base Elevation: 100 ft.
Snow-making: 40%, 16 acres
Lifts: 1 double chair, 2 T-bars
Trails: 11 trails, 7 mi.
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Maine Ski Areas & Winter Resorts