04 Jun 19 Maine ATV Trails are Open for the Season
Maine ATV Trails are Open!
Well, most of them! We had a rainy spring here, so a few of our local Maine ATV trails are still closed with crews working hard to get them ready for riding. If you’re wondering what kind of work goes into maintaining these trails, check out Lake Moxie ATV Riders on Facebook. They’ve been busy moving rocks, smoothing out eroded areas, and even working with the local Game Wardens to remedy a beaver dam situation! We are incredibly grateful for the folks behind the scenes at all of Maine’s ATV clubs for all of their hard work and dedication to the sport.
Lodging at The Forks Resort Center
So now what? Well, come on up! Our adventure resort in The Forks, Maine is open for the season, with a huge variety of lodging options for small and large groups! Relax in a private cozy cabin for two, a large four bedroom cabin that sleeps up to 12, or a hotel-style lodge room. Also on site? A riverside campground with wooded campsites and cabin tents along the river. Talk about a beautiful view to wake up to! No matter where you stay, you have easy access to Maine’s ATV trails!
Other On-site Amenities
We have a great spot to come back and relax at, with the on-site brewery crafting Maine beer with local ingredients and our delicious brewpub serving up awesome pubfare and delicious entrees! Plus wifi in the main lodge with a hot tub, pool, deck with outdoor seating, arcade/game room, and nightly specials and events! We have fun things going on every weekend, including cornhole tournaments on the deck and a DJ or band every Saturday night!
And finally– do you have your own ATVs? We have plenty of room for parking, so trailer on up and we’ll find you a spot. Or, if you’re looking to rent, we partner with our friends at Maine Outdoor Sports to hook you up with the latest models in the SxS and ATVs! What’s it like riding on the Maine ATV trails? Check out this short video of some of our team heading out on the trails in the fall…
We’re stoked the ATV trails are open for the season, but please keep in mind the early season conditions. Trails might be wet and there could be hazards out there, so please be respectful of the trails. We are incredibly lucky to have access to the thousands of miles of trails we have here in Maine, as most of it is on privately owned land. We owe it to the landowners, and we are grateful! Help us keep these trails open to the public by being smart, riding safe, and always being respectful.