Carrabassett Valley in United States, from Nouth America region, is best know for Golf Courses. Discover best things to do in Carrabassett Valley with beautiful photos and great reviews from traveller around the world here!
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4.5 based on 206 reviews
Sugarloaf Mountain Resort in Maine is one of the top year-round destinations in New England. Sugarloaf is the largest ski area east of the Rockies, with trails and glades spread across Sugarloaf Mountain, Brackett Basin and Burnt Mountain. Additionally, the resort offers many winter activities including skiing, snowboarding, tubing, nordic skiing, snowshoeing, concerts, slopeside lodging and terrain parks. Summer offerings include golf, hiking, mountain biking, moose view tours plus facilities to host conferences and weddings.
Can say enough about the extensive terrain! Grromers are all over, staff is super helpful, lifts seemed a bit slow, but the week after Presidents week is a GREAT week to enjoy an uncrowded mountain. You'll need a solid week to cover the enitre mountain.Thanks so much for coming; sounds like you got some good runs in!
5 based on 186 reviews
Maine Huts & Trails is a non-profit organization dedicated to outdoor adventure and environmental stewardship in western Maine. Explore over 80 miles of non-motorized recreational trails, free and open to the public all year. Along the trail system are four eco-lodges showcasing environmentally responsible design, and offering overnight accommodations (reservations required), potable water, and bathroom facilities. Food, beverages, including a selection of beer and wine, and gear shuttles are available seasonally.
We stayed three nights at the Flagstaff Hut and had a wonderful time. First off, the staff are extremely friendly and are great cooks. Breakfast and dinner every day were special, and they offered slightly different options each day for your bag lunch. There's free...MoreHi Branden, We're so glad you enjoyed your trip! Remember- since you stayed in March, you've earned 50% off a stay this summer, so we hope to see you then! Thanks for coming, Kate
4.5 based on 19 reviews
A museum that celebrates the inventions of the Stanley family, including an exhibit of The Stanley Steamer, an 1899 horseless carriage and early automobile.
Being an engineer, my husband is especially interested in everything mechanical. He enjoyed the Stanley Steemer cars as well as the technical drawings done by the Stanleys. I enjoy history and the arts-and the rest of the Stanleys' story was extremely interesting. I purchased a lovely set of Christmas postcards-originally designed by their sister in a very nice art nouveau style.
4.5 based on 27 reviews
This spectacular course, designed by Robert Trent Jones, Jr., has been in the "top 10 for memorability" and a "top 10 for aesthetics" by Golf Digest. The Sugarloaf Golf Club opened to the public in 1985 and has been named Maine's #1 golf course 29 times by Golf Digest.
We had read about this course, but even so, experiencing it while the autumn colors were at their peak was wonderful. The course is magnificent and well maintained. It has all the challenge one looks for in one of the world's top courses: highly recommended! Do purchase your green fee's on line in advance (significant savings, and we got a better price than the Manager of the resort could find). It it wasn't 1400 miles from home I'd play it more often!
4 based on 34 reviews
Billed as a "locals" hangout, but mostly people from "away". That being said, it's a fun atmosphere with live music most nights during the ski season. The food is decent if you like BBQ. The ribs are great. Just a tip, get the sauce on the side as it can be a little strong.
Keep the small children away on weekend nights after 9:00 as it gets a little nuts. If you've never been, go. If you've been before, go again. Good times.
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