Terrain To Increase At Camden, Maine; Events Set In Mid Atlantic
Landon Fake, general manager of the Camden Snow Bowl in Maine, told SnoCountry.com that skier terrain will increase from 45 to 60 acres, and a new triple chair will increase uphill capacity 20 percent.
Fake also said that a handle tow and double chair will be relocated. Additionally, new lighting will double the amount of terrain for night use. There will also be upgrades to the snowmaking system with new pumps, compressors, piping and guns. A portion of its Nordic and multi-purpose trail will be rebuilt.
The Seven Springs and Hidden Valley golf courses in Pennsylvania are now open for the season, and offer unlimited golf in one and two night weekend packages from May 1 – June 3.
The Mud on the Mountain adventure series returns May 10 with 27 obstacles on 7.7 miles of Seven Springs’ terrain. Nearly 3,000 are registered to run.
The resort’s wine festival, Aug. 23-24, is one of the State’s largest and highlights Pennsylvania vintages.
The Mother Earth News fair, set for Sept. 12-14, offers seminars, lectures and workshops focused on sustainable living, organic gardening, backyard farming, green transportation and more.
Shawnee Mountain, also in Pennsylvania, has a lengthy event lineup between now and the start of snowmaking. It begins on May 24-25 with the annual Celtic Festival, and concludes on Oct. 18-19 with the Pocono Food Truck festival.
In between there are other culinary events, such as a wurst festival July 19-20 and chicken wing-off Aug. 10.
Photo: Celtic Festival comes to Shawnee Mt. May 24-25 (Shawnee Mt.)