Last updated August 25, 2017 at 4:00 PM EDT
Summer vacation may be winding down, there's still plenty of life left in the 2017 golf season at the Sugarloaf golf club.
The course is in great shape across all 18 holes, and with the kids out of school for a few more days, there's not better time to escape to the mountains and enjoy a round at the #1 course in the state of Maine. Save Big when you book your tee time online in advance.
Thanks to a recent investment by the town of Carrabassett Valley, our driving range has been completely renovated and is now completely open. With improved irrigation and elevated target greens, the new-and-improved range will help to hone your skills before you hit the course. Stop by the Pro Shop for more information on the project, or to purchase range tokens.
If you have ever visited the Sugarloaf Village during the off season, then you know that Main Street is particularly quiet compared to the winter, but not this summer. D'Ellies, which is recently under new ownership is now open for breakfast and lunch, Thursday through Monday, and Slopeside Provisions is open Thursday - Sunday, and The Bag is also open Friday - Monday, 12-8pm.
Sugarloaf has long been knows as the premier golf destination in the state of Maine, but new this summer, mountain goers can enjoy a different kind of golf with our newly-constructed disc golf course on the Landing. The folks at The Outpost have worked hard this summer the bring the new, 18-hols course to life - we currently have twelve baskets ready for play, with the remaining 6 going in the ground in the next couple of weeks. Rental discs are available for at Downhill Supply Co. and course access is free while construction is underway. The Outpost is open daily, offering Ziplines and off-road Segway tours, standup paddleboard or kayak rentals, and scenic chairlift rides every Saturday and Sunday.
Downhill Supply Company, The Sugarloafer Shop, and the Kuhl Signature Store are all open 9am-4pm every day.
And if you have yet to experience the mountain bike scene in the area, this is the summer to make it happen. The entire Carrabassett Valley trail network is now open, and conditions are incredible. Be sure to bring plenty of water and bug spray. Click here for more trail info and suggested rides.
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