Nestled into an idyllic New England landscape, the Camden Snow Bowl's tubing hills, cross-country trails, and challenging mountain slopes entertain winter warriors of all ages and skill levels. Tracing its history back to lively community winter fests in the ‘30s, the Snow Bowl's rugged hillsides, glassy ponds, and primeval pine forests have entertained thousands of rosy-cheeked visitors over the years. If visitors make it 1,300 feet up Ragged Mountain, they’ll also be rewarded with a view of the Atlantic Ocean.
Today, the Ragged Mountain Recreation Foundation ensures that sustainable development practices help future generations enjoy the Snow Bowl's slopes, tracks, parklands, and resort areas for years to come. Adults and kids alike learn their way around the powder during skiing and snowboarding lessons, preparing them to explore the park's four chair lifts, 400-foot toboggan chute, and 850 feet of vertical ski slopes. After winter's chill dies away and the snow machines go on summer break, hikers, boaters, and other adventurers arrive at Ragged Mountain to mountain bike across rustic trails, fish in Hosmer Pond, and find cool unmatched ski gloves just lying around for free.
For familiar food you're sure to love, head to In Good Co. for American-style cuisine.
This restaurant's fully stocked bar is a perk for patrons who enjoy a fine wine (or more) with their meal.
Don't miss the happy hour food and drink specials, where a great bargain is always in sight.
Those hoping to avoid the weekend rush will do best visiting the restaurant during the week.
Put the suit away when heading to In Good Co. — dress is casual, as are the vibes.
In Good Co. can also cater your next party; call today for details.
Find a space on the street or park in the lot not far from the restaurant.
At In Good Co., diners can make use of the safe bike rack.
The average check at In Good Co. will stay below $30 per person, so it's a relatively affordable option.
A hearty salad, juicy burger, or classic chicken — all of your favorite American dishes will be made fresh when you head to In Good Co.
There's no doubt about it. A satisfying meal can always be found at In Good Co.
Make your way over to the highly-rated In Good Co. and taste your way through some great American dishes.
Shaking hands with a starfish, choreographing a puppet show, and drafting a system of roads and bridges in a single day no longer requires a college degree or being a Nickelodeon executive's son. At Children’s Discovery Museum, hands-on, informative exhibits engage kids' bodies and minds, meting out a palpable understanding of the world under the guise of role playing and interactive fun.
Children can introduce themselves to their coastal counterparts in the Touch Tank for Kids, where crabs scuttle and sea cucumbers swim away from predatory pickle jars. A bona fide Maine campground, equipped with sounds of Maine wildlife, a kayak, and a free play building nature table, makes a great stomping ground for active legs and imparts the importance of conservation. A functional theater provides a venue for young directors to stage puppet shows and musicals, and bank counters and restaurant kitchens spark imaginative scenarios as kids learn the basics of counting change, preparing healthy meals, and coercing ketchup out of glass jars.
Sensei Kevin Webb, the head instructor at Martial Arts Institute, holds a sixth-degree black belt in goju ryu karate and a fifth-degree black belt in Okinawan kobudo. These did not come easy, and Sensei Webb has been training to this advanced level since the early '80s. Now the senior student of his master, Hiroji Kuniyoshi, Sensei Webb has been honored with the task of preserving the traditions of goju ryu here in the States.
During youth and adult classes, Webb and his team of instructors first teach the martial art's more aggressive tactics, referred to as "go". These include blocks, punches, and kicks. The instructors then teach the equally important soft aspect of their art, known as "ju" tactics, which incorporate breathing and other fluid movements. Through these lessons, the Martial Arts Institute is also giving their students the skills for further self-improvement and discipline.
In The Rum Diary, a recent Hollywood release, Johnny Depp worked with an unlikely costar—Schooner Heron’s 65-foot wooden schooner, which graced the screen in the role of Sanderson’s yacht. When not avoiding the relentless flash of paparazzi, the boat traverses Penobscot Bay’s pristine archipelago of islands during three styles of daily summer cruises. The cruises run the gamut from tours covering local history and wildlife to BYOB adventures, on which guests can watch the sun set and the fish turn on their night lights. US Coast Guard-certified captains helm these journeys, drawing on expertise from their days sailing the Gulf of Maine, the Caribbean, and the trans-Atlantic passages.
Lighten up the classic game of golf with a round on the green at Golfer’s Crossing Llc in Camden — the fun-filled obstacles and props make for a day that everyone will enjoy.
Whether you want mouth-watering food or great drinks, this course has the restaurant just for you.
Bring the whole family to this course, where kiddos are welcomed with open arms.
Parking is plentiful, so visitors can feel free to bring their vehicles.
It doesn't get much better than fresh air, sunshine, and a game of mini-golf. Head to Golfer’s Crossing Llc in Camden and have some fun.