FALL FOLIAGE CHAIRLIFT RIDES
SUNDAYS IN OCTOBER
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Click the WINTER tab above or image below for information about 2018-2019 Season Passes, including Early Bird, Regular and Corporate/Transfer pricing options.
Early Bird Season Pass sales begin Oct. 1.
Click HERE to download the 2018-2019 Season Pass Application Form. Complete the form and drop it off at the Camden Snow Bowl or the Town Office with payment in the form of check or cash.
Credit card payments will be processed after Oct. 1.
Season Pass forms can be submitted anytime.
Early Bird rates are applicable Oct. 1 – 31, 2018.
Foliage Report for September 26, 2018
Fall Colors are Arriving in Northern Maine
(COURTESY MAINE DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE, CONSERVATION AND FORESTRY: AUGUSTA, Maine) — Maine’s leaf-bearing trees are starting to show off their dazzling colors of yellow, orange and red this week. The third Fall Foliage Report from the Maine Department of Agriculture, Conservation & Forestry reports moderate color change in northern Maine as we approach the last weekend in September. The rest of the state is seeing less than fifty percent color change with low leaf drop (less than thirty percent).
Typically, northern Maine (zones 6 and 7) reaches peak conditions the last week of September into the first week of October. The rest of the state’s progression of color will start occurring from north to south in mid-October. Coastal Maine typically reaches peak conditions mid-to-late October.
“Mother Nature has started playing her role in triggering the start of fall. As the days become shorter and we see a decline in sunlight, the leaf-bearing trees begin the process leading up to fall. I like to say it’s Mother Nature’s way of putting the trees to bed for the long winter ahead,” notes Gale Ross, Maine’s fall foliage spokesperson.
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The Camden Snow Bowl welcomes you to enjoy our town-owned recreation area during summer, including a broad range of fun summertime activities. Kayak, canoe or standup paddleboard on Hosmer Pond. Enjoy hiking or mountain biking through our network of trails, or ride the chairlift up Sundays in October for a picnic featuring stunning views of Penobscot Bay.
Generous donation allows Camden to provide easier access to Hosmer Pond for those with disabilities
Check out our new EZ Launch Accessible Transfer System on Hosmer Pond at the Snow Bowl, which is designed to assist those with disabilities to more easily get into and out of their kayaks and canoes. This system was made possible by a generous donation from Camden resident Elinor Klivans, pictured left with Camden Parks and Recreation Director Beth Ward.