Maine Snowmobiling

Maine has 14,000 miles of groomed snowmobile trails and our sled resort sits right at the center of it all. Ride to top snowmobiling destinations including Moosehead Lake, Eustis, Rangeley, and Jackman or tour nearby to Coburn Mountain and Grand Falls. The Forks trail system combines mountain views with woodsy curves… and lots of darting deer. Rent a snowmobile or trailer up and explore, with local trails groomed by The Forks Area Trails Snowmobile Club.

Snowmobile Rentals and Tours, Trail Conditions, and Ride Reports

Northern Outdoors is the hub of Maine snowmobiling, with two Tucker Terra Sno-Cats on site grooming 100+ miles of local trails, and connecting to the larger 14,000 mile trail network. Stay in a trailside cabin and have groomed access to The Forks trails and beyond. Rent a sled and pick it up on-site, or trailer up – there’s plenty of parking. Hello, winter!

Ride

Snowmobile Kennebec River Trail

Maine’s best snowmobiling
14,000 miles of groomed ITS Trails
2 Tucker Sno-Cat trail groomers
Waterfalls and mountain views
Scenic snowmobiling destinations

Rest

Snowmobile trailside cabin

Trailside lodging & cabins
Groomed access to ITS 87
Outdoor hot tub
Snowmobile rentals
Guided tours

Refuel

Snowstorm Northern Outdoors Maine

Kennebec River Pub & Brewery
Full service restaurant
91 Octane Gas *(9am-5pm)
Free park & ride
Free WiFi in resort

Maine Snowmobiling Trail Conditions

Every week our groomers report on trail conditions to give you the most up to date information.
Check out our weekly trail reports and sign up to receive the reports directly to your email.

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Snowcat groomer The Forks area trail system

Current Snowmobile Trail Conditions

Up to date snowmobile trail conditions report from The Forks, Maine, where The Forks Area Trails Snowmobile Club grooms 100+ miles of trails, and connects to Maine’s larger trail network.

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Maine Snowmobiling Resources

Because of generous landowner permissions, riding in Maine is unparalleled. With a well maintained 14,000 mile trail network, you really can get there from here. All of this doesn’t come easy though- it’s due to a lot of work from the Maine Snowmobile Association, Maine snowmobile clubs, and the many individuals in our state dedicated to the sport. Read up on the Maine rules and regs, join a club for the trails you ride, ride right, and ride safe!

Maine Snowmobile Association: Maine Snowmobile Clubs
Maine Snowmobiling Laws & Rules
How and Where to Register your Sled


The Forks Area snowmobile trail system
Polaris Snowmobile rentals
Guided Snowmobile Tours
BOGO Lodging Special

Cozy Cabin Snowmobile

Book one night, get one night free on Sundays through Thursdays lodging in March.

Read our Reviews

“From check in to checkout we couldn’t have had a better experience. The snowmobiles and gear we rented were top notch. Our cozy cabin was just that… very cozy. The food in the lodge was delicious. The wait staff was very attentive and the riding superb! We had a ball, felt like kids again! Thank you for such an enjoyable experience. If this is on YOUR bucket list, you have to go here!!!!”

Audrey E.
Ellsworth, ME

Maine Travel Guide
  • Snowmobile summit of Coburn Mt.
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