Clubs and guides are ready to help you get onto ME snowmobiling trails

Long before the Northeast’s cities see their first snowflakes Maine’s snowmobile trails are building up snowpack for the long season. New England’s largest wilderness areas are in Maine. Thousands of square miles of mountains, forest, lakes and country hamlets are connected by a 13,000 mile trail system. Keep your eyes open for wildlife sightings. For complete information about trails, requirements and regulations visit the website for the Maine Snowmobile Association.

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Snowmobiling in ME
Baxter State Park
Baxter State Park

64 Balsam Drive Millinocket, ME, 04462 Phone: 207-723-5140

A large state wilderness that offers recreational activities in the water and on land; a popular camping and hiking spot

No food or fuel in the park. Snowmobiling is permitted on the Park Tote Road when conditions allow for it.
See full description of Baxter State Park.
Parks -Bradbury Mountain State Park-credit-Maine Bureau of Parks and Lands
Bradbury Mountain State Park

528 Hallowell Road Pownal, ME, 04069 Phone: 207-688-4712

Great views from top of Mount Bradbury; lots for trails for walking, mountain biking, horseback

Snowmobiling is done on the extensive trails of this mountaintop park. See full description of Bradbury Mountain State Park
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