Where is the Best Skiing in Camden, Maine?

With an average of nearly 60 inches of snow per year, we would be remiss to not recommend skiing as one of our favorite winter activities in MidCoast Maine. If you’re searching for the best skiing in Camden, Maine, look no further than the Camden Snow Bowl! This town-owned and operated ski area boasts a variety of winter sports like downhill skiing, snowboarding, cross-country skiing, snowshoeing, and fat biking. Whether you want to challenge your skills or learn something new, the Camden Snow Bowl is the perfect destination for skiing in our area. Best of all, it’s only a 10-minute drive from our Inn. 

When you’re ready to start planning your visit, request our complimentary Camden Travel Guide. This online guide is filled with innkeeper-selected recommendations on what to do, and more during your visit to MidCoast Maine! 

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Camden Snow Bowl is the No. 1 Spot for Skiing in Camden, Maine 

Activities at the Camden Snow Bowl 

The Camden Snow Bowl is one of the top winter attractions in our area. Nestled on Ragged Mountain, just a few minutes from town, the Snow Bowl is the only place on the East Coast where you can see the Atlantic Ocean while you ski. Read on for more details about each activity the Camden Snow Bowl offers! 

Downhill Skiing and Snowboarding 

The Camden Snow Bowl is home to more than 20 well-maintained ski trails across 48 acres of land that are open for both day and night skiing. “Don’t worry if you don’t own ski equipment because the Snow Bowl has all you need for rent. Be sure to reserve your gear (skis, snowboard, boots, poles, and helmet) at least one day in advance. 

If you’re new to the sport, you can attend the resort’s ski school. Both private and group lessons are offered daily and are taught by experienced ski instructors in a safe setting.  And for you more experienced skiers, private lessons are a great way to hone your skills. 

Cross-Country Skiing, Snowshoeing & Fat Biking 

In addition to Alpine skiing and snowboarding, the Camden Snow Bowl also has several trails suitable for cross-country skiing, snowshoeing, and fat biking. You will want to explore the new Ragged Mountain Preserve Trail. This six-foot-wide gravel round-the-mountain trail was developed by the Coastal Mountains Land Trust to give locals and visitors an opportunity to discover old forests, rare plant life and gorgeous views of the Atlantic Ocean, Mirror Lake and more! Get a glimpse of what this trail has to offer by watching this YouTube videocourtesy of the Coastal Mountains Land Trust. 

Rest Your Muscles at the Camden Maine Stay Inn 

Latanza Room

Are you ready to experience the finest skiing in Camden, Maine? Stay near the slopes at our bed and breakfast during your visit to Camden, Maine, in the winterThe Camden Maine Stay Inn is just four miles from the ski resort, making it easy to explore the entire mountain during your trip. The Camden Maine Stay Inn boasts eight distinctive guest rooms, first-class amenities, dailbreakfast, and more to make your stay as enjoyable as possible. 

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