Maine’s largest snowmobiling website. Maine Snowmobiling.com is your one-stop site for finding the help you need to plan your perfect snowmobiling trip. Thousands of miles of the greatest trails you can find anywhere. Find yourself in Baxter State Park or in the great North Maine Woods where you are the only people around for miles.
Just use our links in the menu area and you will easily find your questions answered. You can also ‘Register‘ at our site for free and join our growing community of enthusiastic Maine outdoors men and women! Then you can help others on our Maine snowmobiling blog and leave your own stories, photos and videos of your own adventures.
General Useful Information:
- REMEMBER – ALWAYS ASK FIRST!
Please remember, you have no right – stated or implied – to operate your snowmobile on land of another. You should always ask permission before engaging in any outdoor activity on land you do not own or do not have permission to use.
- Maine Snowmobile Laws
- Maine ITS Map
The history of snowmobiling in Maine goes back so far that there were no snowmobiles at that time.
As we can read in the great, “History of Snowmobiling ,” by Stephen Campbell, Museum Director at the Northern Timber Cruisers Snowmobile Club, Inc.: “The Wright Brothers Flew in 1903, the very first vehicle that was built to go in snow wasn’t built until 1908. That was actually the Lombard log hauler designed and built in Waterville, Maine. It was a large cumbersome machine that resembled a steam locomotive, only it had a half track design and front skis.”
You can read lots more interesting stuff about the history of snowmobiling in Maine at the link. Steve is a great story teller and this is one of his best articles. If you are looking for information about trails and conditions and more in the Millinocket region, it wouldn’t be a bad idea to remember their website!
Another great tip for the Millinocket/Mid-Maine region is 5 Lakes Lodge. It is on Route 11 about 7 miles west of Millinocket. From their website: “5 Lakes Lodge is located midway between ITS 86 and ITS 83 on the uncrowded ‘Katahdin Loop Trail’. They serve as the home for the Jo Mary Riders Snowmobile Club, and have two big Bombardier trail groomers on site. Their dedication to trail grooming is second to none.”
They also sell gas at 5 Lakes Lodge. That is very convenient, indeed.
If you have something to add, whether tip or question. Don’t hesitate to “Register” today. We have a nice little Facebook-like community built around snowmobiling. Mostly in Maine but other areas do get discussed. In fact, if you are signed into Facebook on your computer or device right now, you can just go to our login page and click “Continue with Facebook.” You are then a member of our site with your Facebook account. How easy is that?
As you can see, a snowmobiling trip to Maine is certainly in order. Use our links to find the perfect places for you and your family or friends! The trails are great, the scenery; stunning and the experience is unforgettable.