End of Winter Activities

We’re ready for spring, but if you want to make the most of these last few wintery weeks, here are some places to take advantage of the cold weather:

Camden Hills State Park
A popular spot in summer, Camden Hills State Park stays busy throughout the winter months as well. Well-groomed trails allow for year-round hiking and snowshoeing in the winter.

snowshoeCamden Snow Bowl
With groomed Nordic trails throughout the season, the Snow Bowl offers the perfect opportunity for skiers and snowshoers to enjoy a day outdoors. The 2 mile “22 Tacks” trail connects to a 3 mile loop on a an adjacent property and, when conditions permit, there is both a classic track and a lane for skate skiing.

The winter trail map can be viewed here.

Georges River Land Trust
Parts of the Georges River Land Trust are open for exploration throughout the year. Click above to view the various preserves, plan some winter adventuring, and learn more about places you might like to visit when the weather gets warmer.

Merryspring Nature Center
At the Camden/Rockport border sits the Merryspring Nature Center, a privately owned 66-acre park that’s open year-round. Open to hikers, snowshoers, and skiers, the park also houses an education center and regularly holds a “Talk Series” and weekend workshops.

Of course, we’ll save a spot for you when you’re ready to come warm up by the fire.

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