Dorm Living is The Life for Me

We all know the stereotypes when it comes to dorms; stinky, questionable construction, those obnoxious neighbors that won’t stop chanting sorority songs at 2 a.m. But fear not budget hunter, ski lovers and young’ins.

Sunday River’s Snow Cap Youth Lodge is all the fun and community vibe dormitory-style lodging has to offer without the the college-esque peeves.

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Boasting occupancy for up to 200 people, the Snow Cap Youth Lodge has four wings, each with a variety of room configurations from rooms that sleep eight, five or four people, and even has single occupancy rooms. Each room regardless of size has its own bathroom, with larger rooms having multiple.The Youth Lodge is an ideal venue for school trips, boys and girls scout excursions, or any sort of youth group ski trip. From the time your group arrives at the Youth Lodge, the only time you will need to leave is to hit the slopes, which are only a 5-minute walk or 1-minute shuttle ride away.

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The Youth Lodge boasts a full-service cafeteria (with better food than your college), serving delicious hot breakfasts and dinners, and just up the stairs from the cafeteria is the common area. This isn’t the common area you remember from university; with multiple flat screen televisions, Play Station and Xbox gaming consoles, couches, Foosball, air hockey and ping-pong tables, there is no shortage of entertainment.

If this sounds like the right lodging for you (read: awesome), look no further.

Groups that meet the minimum size of 20 people are eligible to reserve space in the Youth Lodge, and there is still availability for the 17.18 season. To inquire about availability and pricing, or to reserve your space now email noah.tanguay@sundayriver.com, or call 207-824-5113.