Spectacular Views…

The Only East Coast Ski Destination With Ocean Views!

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That Real Small-Town-Maine Feel.

Way More Than Skiing …

Expansive Mountain Vistas, Idyllic Harbors, Charming Inns, Award-Winning Restaurants.

Home of the U.S. National
Toboggan Championships

SAVE THE DATE: Feb. 8-10, 2019

Registration for the Camden Parks and Recreation Department’s
2018 SUMMER RECREATION PROGRAM is now open.

The Summer Recreation Program runs for six-weeks, and is supervised by qualified, Lifeguard-certified, caring counselors who are dedicated to seeing that children have a safe, enjoyable and active summer. The fun begins July 2 and runs through Aug. 10, Monday-Friday, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.

Eligible children include those who have completed second- through sixth-grade. The program will be open to a maximum of 55 children per week.

The program is based at the Ragged Mountain Recreation Area (Snow Bowl), and before and after care, as well as transportation to and from the Snow Bowl is available, with drop-off and pick-up points at the Penobscot Bay Area YMCA in Rockport and the Teen Center in Camden.

Activities are based at the Snow Bowl on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays and include swimming, hiking, tennis, canoeing, Frisbee, field games, softball, soccer, kickball, touch football, capture the flag, four-square, etc. Arts and crafts, board games and occasional movies are also offered in the lodge.

Tuesdays and Thursday are field trip days, with children traveling by school bus to are beaches and parks including Lake St. George, Swan Lake, Birch Point State Park,

Rockport Mini Golf, the Rockland Breakwater and Fort Knox, among others.

The cost is $300 for Camden residents (all six weeks); $600 for non-Camden residents (all six weeks); and $125/week for children who resident in any town.

For more information and to register, CLICK HERE.

 

 

A beautiful view at the top of the slopes on the last day of the ski season at the Snow Bowl!

The snow held on the mountain for the final day of skiing for the 2017-2018 season ~ Saturday, March 31.

← (Photo of Ragged Mountain taken Thursday, March 29)

Watch video taken from a drone as it glides up Ragged Mountain and back down again, capturing the triple chairlift side of trails and the double chairlift side of trails.

• Snow Bowl – Trail Tour I

• Snow Bowl – Trail Tour II

Cardboard Box Derby Results

Fastest Box
1st Place – Shark Speed (8.23)
2nd Place – Verde (8.38)
3rd Place – Bonkin (8.79)

Best Crafted Box
Snow Bowl Police

Best Costume
Mr. Magee and Doggy Dee

Most in a Box
Turtley Awesome Troop 1341 Turtles (14)

 CLICK HERE TO SEE HOW ALL THE TEAMS DID!

NEWS AND EVENTS 

U.S. Toboggan Nationals A HUGE SUCCESS!

We had a great time at the Nationals this year! It was balmy and festive with great music, food and costumes. If you didn't participate, put it on your list for 2019. This is one of the most fun winter events in New England and has been covered by Sports Illustrated,...

Snow Bowl opens for final ski day of the season…

Thank you for a fantastic rap to our 2017-2018 season! It waxed, waned and waxed again! What an ending! Our last day of the season, March 31, was beautiful, and the snow held up, despite warm temperatures and fog. The mountain had hundreds of people enjoying the...

2018 Cardboard Box Derby – Laughs, fun, frivolity!

We had a great time at the box derby this year! 32 boxes raced and competed for awards - Thank you for participating or cheering on our teams. Please see the front page of the website for some fun photos, award winners and time results. Highlights from 2017: • A...

Just 90 minutes north of Portland is one of Maine’s skiing gems. The Camden Snow Bowl has 20 runs, a 4,000-foot triple lift, snowmaking on more than 80 percent of the mountainnight skiing, and ski instructors that moonlight as schooner captains. It is the only ski destination on the East Coast with stunning views of the ocean. The Snow Bowl is also inexpensive: adult day passes are as low as $33. And when your ski day is over, enjoy Midcoast Maine’s award-winning restaurants, scenic harbor views, and vibrant art scene. The municipally-owned Snow Bowl is fun for the whole family, on and off the mountain.

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Saturday 06/23
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Showers ending early. Lows overnight in the low 50s.