When you travel to Maine for your ski-cation, you’ll need somewhere to rest after a long day on the slopes. Preferably, somewhere where you can sit and relax with friends or family and tell stories about the day. And at a price that fits your budget. Here are some options for Maine ski lodging at each of the following resorts.

Bigrock Mountain

Bigrock is located in Mars Hill, just a short distance from the Canadian border. There is no lodging onsite, but there are plenty of options for Maine ski lodging nearby. For a straightforward hotel, the Bear Paw Inn is only five minutes from the slope and offers free WiFi and breakfast. Other options include the Sunset Cabins and Blaine Country Cabins, both within a short drives distance from the ski area. If you’re looking for something a little different for your Maine ski lodging, Sunset Cabins are located on a Christmas tree plantation. There are three cabins, each of which sleeps six. All cabins come with a full kitchen and a heated porch. These cabins only cost $100 per weeknight and $125 for each weekend night. A full week is only $625, which is a great rate for a group of six people.

Camden Snow Bowl

Camden Snow Bowl has no lodging onsite, but there are plenty of places to stay in nearby Camden. Camden is located on Penobscot Bay, and there are many choices where you can stay. If you want a chain, there is a Country Inn in south Camden, which averages $190 per night. For a more upscale venue, the Grand Harbor Inn and the Camden Harbour Inn are both amazing hotels. The Camden Harbour Inn offers a spa and champagne breakfast, while the Grand Harbor Inn offers elegance with a view. For a smaller and more intimate stay, there are several bed and breakfasts. The Camden Windward is a local favorite, as is the Hawthorn Inn. The Swan House is an 1870 Victorian House that was renovated into a B&B. Because it’s not on Route 1, it is considered a local secret. During the ski season, rooms run from $95 to $160 per night.

Mt. Abram, Black Mountain, and Sunday River

Black Mountain, Mt. Abram, and Sunday River are all located near Rumford and Bethel. Black Mountain has no lodging on site. There are plenty of Maine ski lodging options in Rumford though, where there are six local hotels within five minutes of the resort. The Hotel Rumford is a local inn that offers straightforward rooms that average $60 per night. The hotel has a full bar and restaurant attached as well. Other options include the Boardwalk or the Blue Iris Motor Inn. For larger chain hotels, ten minutes away in Wilton, there is a Comfort Inn and Suites that averages $127 per night.

Mt. Abram has one cabin available onsite. It has three bedrooms and two baths with a full open kitchen and gas fireplaces. It can sleep up to ten, but it must be booked over the phone. Mt. Abram is ten minutes away from nearby Bethel. Located there are several hotels including the River View Resort. This resort offers full suites with two bedrooms and one bath and fully equipped kitchens. At $150 per night, this is a great, affordable way to enjoy the ski area.

Sunday River has numerous hotels, inns and condominiums available, all of which have slope-side access for ski in/out access. Prices range from $69 per night in early and late seasons to $170 per night during holiday weeks. If you want to stay off site, Consider nearby Rumford or Bethel for alternative sleeping arrangements.


Saddleback has multiple condominiums that are located on slope for the most convenient way to enjoy the ski area. Ski-and-stay packages are available that range from $69 per person per night for two, three, or four bedroom condominiums. A five-day package is available for $345 per person per week. The on-slope housing has full bedrooms and baths with open kitchens and laundry facilities on-site. For larger parties, this is the most convenient and affordable option for Maine ski lodging. If you want to stay offsite, nearby Rangeley has several options. The Rangeley Lake Resort offers log cabins that are lakeside, while the Loon Lodge Inn has cozy private rooms that are about $150 per night. For a bed and breakfast experience, the Pleasant Street Inn offers rooms with a private bath for $150 to $179 per night. On top of this, there is a full breakfast offered each morning, and a set afternoon tea with appetizers and drinks.


Shawnee Peak has some amazing lodging onsite. There are four different places you can stay, all of which have ski in/out capabilities. There is the East Lodge Bunkhouse that sleeps up to 14 people, perfect for large groups. The Shawnee Peak House is even better if you have a huge group. This house sleeps 44 people, and the weekend rental includes 22 weekend lift tickets. The most popular onsite lodging is the East Slope Condos. These units have full kitchens, laundry facilities and parking for up to two vehicles. They sleep up to eight people and are only $475/night during non-holiday or peak weekends. For offsite lodging, there are several inns and resorts nearby. The Pleasant Mountain Inn offers pet-friendly rooms on nearby Beaver Pond. Prices range from $73 to $130 per night.


Sugarloaf has a spectacular mountain hotel on-site for skiers to stay at. Rooms range from a typical upscale hotel room to three-bedroom penthouse suites. The suites come with full kitchens and sleep up to eight people. The Sugarloaf Inn is located on the slopes and has ski in/out next to the Sawduster Chairlift. There is also a resort shuttle to take you to the other parts of the resort. Offsite Main ski lodging is also available only a short distance away. The aptly named Spillover Motel is only 7 miles north on Carrabassett Drive. These comfortable and sparse rooms are only $90/night, making them a fairly inexpensive option for a weekend getaway. The Mountainview Motel is another nearby option. Rates are only about $100 per night for double occupancy. The best part about these rooms is the full kitchen in each room, making them a very frugal option for a week at the slopes.