Camden Snow Bowl-USA

Camden Snow Bowl – Thrill in the snow made better with oceanic view



Grab your trench coats cause it is time for some snow action, winter has arrived! The daily life of 9 to 5 has got us craving for a long vacation; now we got one. Make a few trips and time for the ones who love and cherish you. Take a few tickets fly back home and hug your family for a warm get together. It is best to get away from the total city buzz into the woods and mountains and enjoy Mother Nature. It is about time to start over with as another New Year approaches us with many hopes.

Camden Snow Bowl is a family fun resort which offers a variety of snow sports like skiing, snowboarding, snowshoeing and racing. The resort is located 4.5 miles away from Penobscot Bay on a ragged mountain on Camden, Maine offering a scenic view of the ocean. The original lodge was built with donated materials and volunteer labor during the time of depression and funding to clear ski trails and builds a road to the lodge located in the resort. Camden Snow Bowl is home to the U.S. National Toboggan Championships conducted annually. The resort is a small community-owned ski area.

Camden Snow Bowl Resort pride itself of a 1080 ft. summit with a base of 150 ft. and a vertical drop of 850 ft. There are over 23 skiing and snowboarding trails for skiers of every level serviced by 3 lifts spread across 2 Terrain Parks. There are 100 acres of skiable Terrain with snowmaking covering up about 48 acres just in case there is low snowfall. The resort is open for about 150 days annually starting from December and is open for 70 days in the season for snow fun.  The resort allows night skiing up to 48 acres so that you can enjoy skiing any time you wish.

The Camden Snow Bowl Resort is well connected with all the major towns and cities, making it easily accessible. This makes Camden Snow Bowl Resort one of the most visited resorts in the region, attracting thousands of visitors every winter.

Skiing and Snowboarding



The Camden Snow Bowl has over 100 acres of skiable terrain and a total of 28 trails of which 9% are beginner runs (for those who have just begun or are not very good at skiing), 30% intermediate runs (for those who have experience in skiing and are comfortable with their own gear) and 61% advanced runs (skiers who have more control while riding steep slopes).The longest run of the mountain is about 1 mile long. Snowmaking and night skiing at the resort cover one-quarter of the terrain.

Terrain Parks

The terrain park at the fabulous Camden Snow Bowl has garnered recognition as one amongst the best terrain parks located at a small mountain, in the East. The mountain when is fully operational,  the park has to offer many elements including short boxes, long boxes, waterfall trails, a dance floor, corrugated pipe, bonks, torpedoes to give you the thrill you desire including some serious jumps and leaps to make.

This Terrain Park crew consists of folks who are actually users of the park that is skiers and riders who concentrate on elements like design, construction and regular maintenance provide a high-quality freestyle experience. He or she not only maintains these elements mentioned but also helps with a positive environment for skiers and snowboarders.

Fat Bikes and Snowshoeing



The Kuller Multiuse Loop Trail at the Camden Snow Bowl is a 3 Km long trail. When there are favorable conditions prevailing, there is a separate classic track and a skate lane for those enthusiastic about fat bikes and snowshoes. The lower loop is much steeper and is a one-way ticket; this trail connects to the Ragged Mountain Preserve Trail and then to the Five Brooks Trail.

Snowshoeing is done on the Ragged Mountain Preserve Trail and Hosmer Brook Trail which is a 2-mile long loop in which you can go up the Spinnaker alpine trail with a triple chair and then into the woods of the Hosmer Brook. The resort offers rentals for snowshoes for those with a valid season pass or day ticket to use Alpine area trails.

Toboggan Chute

The resort consists of a 400-foot Toboggan run, on which the U.S. National Toboggan Championships conducted annually. The toboggans of the Camden Snow Bowl are state of the art; custom made locally by the Camden Toboggan Company. Participants in Toboggan race must be at least 42 inches tall. The event is also available for private use only when the mountain is not operational for that period.



The Camden Snow Bowl consists of several racing programs for different age groups so you can enjoy competing and comparing yourself with your friends. Each team shall be composed of 5 members of family or friends. There are four categories for racing namely Telemark skiers, Snowboarders, Skiers or Mixed which you can choose from. Helmets are compulsory for this event for safety purposes. At the end of the season, the winners will receive awards only if they have signed and registered for the racing. The Registration fee is $125 per a team of 5.

Lift Tickets



The Mountain has over 100 acres of the skiable area which is served by three lifts of which 1 is a quad chair, one double chair, and one surface lift. The rate depends on the age groups of the people ADULT – ages 18 & up, STUDENT require all full-time students with ID proofs, MILITARY require Active Duty with ID proof and SENIOR aged 70 & up.

On weekdays the charge of a ticket per hour is as follows: Full Day for an adult is $33, and for students, military or seniors cost $25, Evening for an adult is $23 and students, military or seniors cost $19. The 3-hour tickets valid for any 3 hours of the day cost $23 for both adults and the elderly, students and military and beginner lift ticket costs $10 for both adults and the elderly. For children aged below, all the above tickets cost $5.


Camden Snow Bowl Statistics

Base Elevation: 150 feet

Summit Elevation: 1080 feet

Vertical Drop: 850 feet

On weekends or holidays and vacation weeks charge of a ticket per hour are as follows: Full Day for an adult is $43, and for students, military or seniors cost $35, Half day tickets for an adult is $39, and for students, military or seniors cost $29 and beginner lift tickets for an adult is $15 and for students, military or seniors cost $15. For children aged below, all the above tickets cost $10.

The Camden Snow Bowl is a very family friendly resort, and the best part is that you can easily enjoy the picturesque view the ocean from the summit of the mountain a view which burns into the memory.  Smaller Mountain as compared to others thus does not have many trails, but the ones that the mountain has mostly have a good slope. The staff is well experienced and cares about whether or not you have a good experience responding to grievances of every kind. The well-groomed terrains can impress anyone even though the area is pretty small.

Relatively fewer crowds and thus can have a peaceful time at the resort. The instructors here are professional and are very friendly; they make sure that you get a solid knowledge of the basics and a firm grip of any challenges that you obtain on a skiing trail. They offer activities and amenities such as restaurants, lounges and entertainment centers for families.


With so many exciting things and activities on offer, Camden Snow Bowl Resort is the ideal winter destination for people from all age groups. So what are you waiting for? Go ahead, pack your gears, bags, and head out straight for the Camden Snow Bowl this winter and enjoy every moment out there. Have fun!

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