Maine offers 100,000 snowmobilers every year, a quality trail system and snow. Trails abound, Maine offers more than 13,000 miles of interconnected routes, and support for the trailers and accommodations for the riders. The popularity of Snowmobile Clubs are huge in Maine.

For snowmobilers, winter in Maine is filled with travel, adventures and the camaraderie of those who enjoy the crisp fresh air and changeable landscape of the season. Last year over 102,000 snowmobilers found winter adventure on the Maine snowmobile trail system, exploring the state, visiting winter festivals and events and sharing the experience with outdoor enthusiasts with a passion for snow riding. Day tripping from home or trailering far from home, snowmobilers seek the same thing - well groomed, well marked trails. Forty years of trail development by snowmobile club volunteers have produced a system of over 13,500 miles of such trails in Maine. Several thousand miles are designated as the 'Interconnected Trail System', a connected network of travel providing long distance riding across the state. In a good snow year, riders may access the ITS at any chosen location and snowmobile to any other location in the system. The one thing snowmobile clubs can't control is snowfall - some years it's chicken, some years it's feathers. The 08-09 season was extraordinary - deep snow blanketed the state from Kittery to Fort Kent, and snowmobilers reveled in an extended riding season that didn't want to end! Think snow... Wherever that snow lands this winter, there's most likely an MSA club in the area that has been preparing for its arrival for months. Volunteers have consulted with landowners, brushed out the trail, built and repaired bridges, posted signage and, as grooming begins, are ready to welcome riders to their trails.

MSA snowmobile clubs are proud of their trail system, and welcome all visitors who ride safely, operate within the law and respect the land, the landowners and the clubs' efforts. Snowmobile Maine. Ride Right. Enjoy. Please visit our Maine Things To Do Snowmobile Sponsors and please let em know you found 'em on Mainethingstodo.com !

Snowmobiling with North Country Rivers
North Country Rivers offers snowmobile rentals, guided tours, all equipment, trailside cabins, direct access to groomed trails, fuel and Patrick’s Restaurant and Pub. Complete Maine Outdoor Adventure packages offer snowmobiles, cabins, meals and “The Thrill of a Lifetime”.

The North Country Rivers four season resort in Bingham, Maine is located on Maine’s interconnected State Trail System - I.T.S. 87. Discover Snowmobiling in Maine, the way Snowmobiling should be.

In addition to fun Maine Snowmobile Adventures, North Country Rivers offers Whitewater Rafting, Kayaking, ATV tours, Moose Safaris, Hiking, Biking, Fishing and more. Combine any or our Maine Outdoor Adventures with a complete Maine Vacation package that includes Deluxe Cabins, Tent & RV Camping and meals.

See you in the Maine Outdoors!

North Country Rivers
Gadabout Gaddis Airport
36 Main Street PO Box 633 Bingham, Maine 04920 info@northcountryrivers.com 1-800-348-8871www.northcountryrivers.com
Maine Offers The Best Snowmobiling In The East!
Northern Outdoors is your passport to the ultimate Maine snowmobiling vacation! Maine's 13,000 miles of groomed snowmobile trails are regarded as some of the finest in the country. And nowhere in Maine does snowmobiling get any better than at Northern Outdoors in The Forks. Read what American Snowmobiler and SuperTrax International have to say about Northern Outdoors and our area trails. This is a place made by people who enjoy snowmobiling and outdoor recreation.- American Snowmobiler Read full story. It was five days before April and I rode the best conditions of the entire season in this amazing hidden paradise for snowmobilers. - SuperTrax International Read full story. Snowmobilers love our Winter Adventure Resort that was designed specifically for snowmobilers by the Northern Outdoors snowmobiling owners. Riders enjoy Convenience, comfort, and direct trail access:
  • On-site fuel sales, microbrewery, Maine Cabin rentals, game room, large screen TVs, and WiFi.
  • Plenty of on-site parking for trucks and trailers - there is a large park and ride area at the main lodge set aside for snowmobilers!
  • Our Forks Resort Center and Eagle Cove Condominiums are conveniently located right on The Old Canada Road - National Scenic Byway between the Maine Coast and Quebec, Canada.
  • Direct access to over 13,000 miles of trails to explore; ride directly from your cabin door!
  • Visit our Maine Snowmobile blog for tips, resources, and trail conditions for snowmobile trails in The Forks, Maine region.
Northern Outdoors Old Canada National Scenic Road 1771 US Route 201 The Forks, Maine 04985 info@northernoutdoors.com (800) 765-7238 (US & Canada) (207) 663-4466 (all others) www.NorthernOutdoors.com
The Kennebec & Moose River Valley – Your snow adventures await
Only a little over two hours from Portland or three and half hours from Boston The Moose River Valley offers what many believe to be the best and most accessible snowmobiling in the world. Our snowmobile trail system has a tremendous variety of opportunities from backcountry non-maintained off trail guided experiences, to slow and narrow windy trails often enjoyed by family groups, or on wide high quality touring trails that travel long distances across the region.
The region caters extensively to folks that live or play on the trail system from local trails maintained by a small army of dedicated volunteer snowmobile club members to paid professional “groomer operators” that work so hard to provide quality trails. There are a wide range of conditions throughout the region to meet the expectations of those looking for a variety of individual experiences. Many businesses are set up to cater to snowmobilers from guided, fully outfitted rental facilities, five star restaurants, evening entertainment at local brewing facilities or very remote and primitive lodges with wood heated log cabins and nothing but quiet camp fires and northern lights to entertain visitors.
Click Here for a list of businesses in Maine’s prime Snowmobiling region ready to help you start your adventure today.
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Snowmobiling Tips TRAVEL RESPONSIBLY Travel responsibly on designated roads, trails and areas. RESPECT THE RIGHTS OF OTHERS Respect the rights of others, including private property owners, all recreational trail users, campers and others so they can enjoy their recreational activities undisturbed. EDUCATE YOURSELF Educate yourself prior to a trip by obtaining travel maps and regulations from public agencies, planning for your trip, taking recreation skills classes, and knowing how to operate your equipment safely. AVOID SENSITIVE AREAS Avoid sensitive areas such as meadows, lakeshores, wetlands and streams. Stay on designated routes. DO YOUR PART Do your part by modeling appropriate behavior, leaving the area better than you found it, properly disposing of waste, minimizing the use of fire, avoiding the spread of invasive species, and restoring degraded areas. For more in-depth information about snowmobiling, download the Tread Lightly! Guide to Responsible Snowmobiling. 23432_334009495597_144936915597_4157988_2070055_n SNOCROSS