Skip to content

Sugarloaf Mountain vacation rentals

Book unique vacation rentals, houses, and more on Airbnb

Top-rated vacation rentals in Sugarloaf Mountain

Guests agree: these vacation rentals are highly rated for location, cleanliness, and more.

Condo in Carrabassett Valley
Sugartree II Ski in/ski out studio. Near Golf too
Easy access to the Sports & Fitness Center and the Snubber Trail, perfect for active families. Also, just a quick drive to the golf course. With easy ski-in/ski-out access from the Birches/Snubber Trail, Sugartree condo is centrally located with easy access to the Sugarloaf Sports & Fitness Center, Sugarloaf Inn and the Shipyard Brewhaus Restaurant. During winter, Condo guests enjoy free shuttle service to the base area for easy access to shops, dining, chairlifts and more. Golf course nearby.
$141 per night
Rental unit in Carrabassett Valley
Condo-8 minutes from sugarloaf
An 8 minute drive to the ski resort Sugarloaf Mountain, one of the premier year round destinations in New England. This location is convenient for dining and outdoor activities. Enjoy easy access to Tuffulios restaurant, which is well known and loved. The condo is in the same building. Enjoy dinner or time at the bar. Or take a short 2 minute drive to the bowling alley, the Sugarbowl. Enjoy the outdoors! Just minutes away from biking, hiking, walking, cross country skiing and more.
$75 per night
Rental unit in Kingfield
Village 2-Bedroom with Riverview
NEWLY RENOVATED! Located right in downtown Kingfield, this spacious 2-bedroom unit provides a comfortable escape as well as easy access to in-town amenities. New updates and a private balcony. 20 minutes from Sugarloaf, minutes from the snowmobile and mountain biking trailheads, kayaking, fishing, and so much more..if you're into outdoor activity this is the place to be! Easy walk to local restaurants and shops.
$147 per night

Sugarloaf Mountain cabin rentals

Cabin in Newry
Cozy Cabin on Sunday River ~
$175 per night
Cabin in Coplin
Cozy little camp 10 minutes north of sugarloaf mnt
$99 per night
Cabin in Kingfield
Cozy Cabin with Modern Amenities
$192 per night
Cabin in Carrabassett Valley
Little Green Cabin
$150 per night

Your guide to Sugarloaf Mountain

All About Sugarloaf Mountain

Nestled in Western Maine’s Carrabassett Valley, Sugarloaf Mountain is a skiing and snowboarding destination with more than 600 acres of developed trails ranging from beginner slopes to certified double black diamond routes. The rugged, snow-capped mountain is the third-tallest point in Maine, and from the summit, you can admire a 360-degree view of the sprawling oaks that cover the state’s western mountains.

Although skiing and snowboarding are the most popular activities here, you can also experience the Maine wilderness at a slower pace. Snowshoe and hiking trails will take you through miles of aromatic fir trees. Along the way, you may just come across some of the wildlife native to the area, such as white-tailed deer, red fox, moose, or wild turkey.

The best time to stay in a vacation rental in Sugarloaf Mountain

The most popular time to travel to Sugarloaf is between winter and early spring, when you can explore numerous outdoor activities or hit one of the festivals hosted in town. During the holiday season in December, there’s a tree-lighting festival featuring live music and a fireworks display. Music lovers visit the mountain in February, when artists from all over the Northeast perform in the Fire on the Mountain Festival, dedicated to one of the US’s finest jam bands.

The temperate summer months offer a climate perfect for biking, horseback riding, and hiking. There are plenty of hiking options for all skill levels here, from a gentle stroll on the West Mountain Falls Trail to a more intensive overnight trip on the Appalachian Trail. Thrill seekers can take a zipline over the canopy for an adrenaline-filled, bird’s-eye view of the mountainside.

Birders will want to visit the mountain during spring or fall to spot migratory songbirds, including warblers and cuckoos, which fill the forest with their calls and songs.

Top things to do in Sugarloaf Mountain

Maine Ski and Snowboard Museum

Located in the nearby town of Kingfield, this museum tells the story of Maine’s connection to winter sports. Learn about the history of Nordic and alpine skiing through exhibits that showcase artifacts, photographs, and works of art. Vintage skis, jerseys from Maine’s top athletes, and amusing magazine ads from decades ago showcase the design side of these sports as well.

Stanley Museum

The Stanley Museum in Kingfield is dedicated to the Stanley twins, who invented the first steam-powered car, known as the “Stanley Steamer.” Operating out of a former schoolhouse, this historic museum commemorates the family through photography, art, and well-preserved steam automobiles. There are also exhibits that showcase the work of another notable Stanley, the twins’ sister, whose photographs documented early-20th-century rural American life.

Sugarloaf Outdoor Center

The largest Nordic center in Maine, the Sugarloaf Outdoor Center is a year-round hub for Sugarloaf Mountain activities. In the winter, the outdoor center boasts a professional-sized ice-skating rink and offers opportunities to rent snowshoes and cross-country skis. In the summer, the center is the gateway to nearly 80 miles of mountain biking trails.