6. SUGARLOAF USA, CARRABASSETT VALLEY, ME
Nestled in the western mountains in Carrabassett Valley, Sugarloaf is the largest ski mountain east of the Rocky Mountains with over 1,240 acres of extensive terrain and glades for all ability skiers and snowboarders. Burnt Mountain Cat Skiing offers adventurous families the opportunity to enjoy the deep powder of Sugarloaf’s backcountry. The resort is always hosting family-friendly activities so check out their calendar of events for offerings.
7. CAMDEN SNOW BOWL, CAMDEN, ME
The Camden Snow Bowl is a true hidden gem in coastal Maine. It’s the only place you can ski next to the ocean! The Camden Snow Bowl only offers 850 vertical feet and 20 trails, but both the Spinnaker and Northeaster trails provide excellent views of Penobscot Bay below. The mountain offers day and night skiing, snow tubing, and ice skating, making it the perfect family-friendly ski resort.
8. TITCOMB MOUNTAIN, FARMINGTON, ME
Titcomb Mountain is the oldest club-operated ski mountain in the country. Today, the mountain is operated by the Farmington Ski Club. Offering just 350 feet of vertical drop and 16 alpine trails, Titcomb Mountain is perfect for all levels of skiers from beginners to experts. There is a ski and snowboard rental shop on site and lift passes don’t cost more than $24!