Maine Snowmobile Trail Maps

Maine Snowmobile Trail Maps

Find Regional Maps

Aroostook County Map – All snowmobile trail systems in the County.  The map is posted on the Aroostook County Tourism website at visitaroostook.com. To obtain a full-size copy contact any Chambers of Commerce in the county.

C-4 Map – $3-Includes: Readfield, Mt. Vernon, Fayette, Wayne, Leeds, Wales, Greene, Monmouth, Winthrop, Belgrade, Manchester, N. Augusta, Sidney, Hallowell, Farmingdale, W Gardiner, and Litchfield.  Contact clubs in these areas or contact:  Readfield Blizzard Busters, PO Box 62, Readfield ME 04355.

Downeast Sunrise TrailDownloadable Trail Section maps including 85 miles connecting Ellsworth, Ayers Junction, Washington Junction, Cherryfield, and Machias.

The Forks, West Forks, Caratunk, Parlin Pond Area Maps -Available at local businesses in the region and lodging facilities.

Jackman Area – Available at local businesses, or view online at the Border Riders Sportsman Club website.

Greater Katahdin Region – View map online or contact the Katahdin Area Chamber of Commerce at katahdinmaine.com.

Rangeley Lakes & Oquossoc Region – Available at many local businesses in Rangeley and Oquossoc, or send your request to:  Rangeley Lakes SC, PO Box 950, Rangeley ME 04970.

Also, check out the Maine Snowmobile Association’s 2017-2018 guide which you can download here!

Trails are Constantly Changing

Due to logging operations, land transfers, weather conditions, and storms, trails are constantly changing in Maine.  Some are re-routed while others have to be closed.  These snowmobile maps are intended for general trail information and have most likely changed since publication.  Always contact local snowmobile clubs before heading out on the trails.

Angela enjoys exploring the many beautiful and unique natural places in Maine and sharing her outdoor experiences with others.When not out exploring Maine woods, trails, mountains and waterways Angela can be found plotting and planning her next adventure or buying another backpack.(Because you can never have too many).

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