Spectacular Views…

The Only East Coast Ski Destination With Ocean Views!

Family Friendly

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

2018/2019 Early Bird Season Passes on sale Oct. 1-31

CLICK HERE to visit the new eStore and purchase online…

or call the office at 207-236-3438
to purchase your season pass over the phone
or stop in the lodge Monday-Friday, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.,
and on Sundays in October, 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.

Click here to download the Season Pass application.
Applications can be submitted now. Complete and return, with check or cash payment, to the Snow Bowl of Town Office.

For credit card purchases, call or stop by the Snow Bowl office beginning Oct. 1.

(NOTE: All Credit/Debit Card transactions will be assessed a non-refundable convenience fee of 2.5% based on the total transaction. You can avoid paying this fee if you pay with cash or check. Cards accepted are Visa, Master Card, American Express and Discover.)

TRANSFERABLE / CORPORATE PASS

T/C Season Pass:  $600 each  ~  $1,000 for two

(Purchase anytime, discounts do not apply. For example: can be used for employee incentive,
or by parents or family members who cannot ski on the same day.)

FAMILY

Camden Resident
$799
  • NON-CAMDEN RESIDENT:  $1,099
  • Camden Resident:  Any person who is a Camden residential property tax-payer or who occupies a dwelling in Camden for more than 180 days in a calendar year.
  • Family:  Adult parents (two maximum) and dependent children living in same household.

ADULT

Camden Resident
$299
  • NON-CAMDEN RESIDENT:  $429
  • Camden Resident: Any person who is a Camden residential property tax-payer or who occupies a dwelling in Camden for more than 180 days in a calendar year.
  • Adult:  18-69 years old

STUDENT | MILITARY

Camden Resident
$219
  • NON-CAMDEN RESIDENT:  $319
  • Camden Resident:  Any person who is a Camden residential property tax-payer or who occupies a dwelling in Camden for more than 180 days in a calendar year.
  • Student:  Anyone in school or college
  • Military:  Active duty with I.D.

YOUTH | SENIOR

Camden Resident
$50
  • NON-CAMDEN RESIDENT:  $100
  • Camden Resident:  Any person who is a Camden residential property tax-payer or who occupies a dwelling in Camden for more than 180 days in a calendar year.
  • Youth:  Under 6 years old
  • Senior:  70+ years old

2018/2019 Regular Season Pass pricing begins Nov. 1

FAMILY

Camden Resident
$1,099
  • NON-CAMDEN RESIDENT:  $1,399
  • Camden Resident: any person who is a Camden residential property tax-payer or who occupies a dwelling in Camden for more than 180 days in a calendar year.
  • Family: Adult parents (two maximum) and dependent children living in same household.

ADULT

Camden Resident
$459
  • NON-CAMDEN RESIDENT:  $529
  • Camden Resident: Any person who is a Camden residential property tax-payer or who occupies a dwelling in Camden for more than 180 days in a calendar year.
  • Adult: 18-69 years old

STUDENT | MILITARY

Camden Resident
$329
  • NON-CAMDEN RESIDENT:  $399
  • Camden Resident:  Any person who is a Camden residential property tax-payer or who occupies a dwelling in Camden for more than 180 days in a calendar year.
  • Student: Anyone enrolled in school or college
  • Military: Active duty with I.D.

YOUTH | SENIOR

Camden Resident
$75
  • NON-CAMDEN RESIDENT:  $125
  • Camden Resident: Any person who is a Camden residential property tax-payer or who occupies a dwelling in Camden for more than 180 days in a calendar year.
  • Youth:  Under 6 years old
  • Senior: 70+ years old

Foliage Report for October 17, 2018

Fall Colors Still Present Along the Immediate Coast

(COURTESY MAINE DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE, CONSERVATION AND FORESTRY: AUGUSTA, Maine) —

The final Fall Foliage Report from the Maine Department of Agriculture, Conservation & Forestry puts all of Maine at peak or past peak this upcoming weekend. Moderate to high leaf drop is also reported throughout Maine.

“While there is plenty of color abound and the landscapes are still displaying the oranges, reds and yellows, the recent wind storm has knocked down most of the leaves on trees that were nearing peak conditions. If you’re still up for a drive, Downeast, Midcoast and southern Maine are where you’ll find the most color. The oranges and golds are just starting to pop in the hearty oak trees along the coast,” according to Gale Ross, Maine’s fall foliage spokesperson.” ……

To read the full report, click here.

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

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

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.

Weather Forecast

Overcast
Currently
50°
Overcast
Today is forecast to be Warmer than yesterday.
Chance of Rain
Saturday 10/20
High 59° / Low 37°
Chance of Rain
Showers early, then partly cloudy for the afternoon. High 59F. Winds SW at 10 to 20 mph. Chance of rain 40%.
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