Skip to content

he Katahdin Area offers more than 350 miles of groomed trails providing for some of the most spectacular snowmobiling in Maine. With easy access from I-95 and an average snowfall of 100 inches or more, the Katahdin Region is a true snowmobilers paradise. The scenery across the base of Mt. Katahdin as you travel through the Maine Woods is breathtaking. The Katahdin Chamber of Commerce publishes a map of both local and ITS trails reflecting changes to local trails (due to logging activities, trail and bridge repair, etc.) annually. These maps are free and available at visitor information centers along I-95, local businesses, the Chamber office, by mail and on the website. The annual trail map includes a legend to point you to lodging, dining and gas. 

Area snowmobile clubs are committed to making sure that the snowfall is optimized for the best snowmobiling experience found anywhere. The local clubs are truly welcoming places for the trail rider to get hot food, to engage in the local camaraderie and share trail experiences. The clubs are spaced within easy riding distance of one another. Please consider joining one of the local clubs as dues contribute to trail grooming and maintenance. 

Area Snowmobile Clubs (ALL OFFER FOOD, LODGING AND GAS) 

Northern Timber Cruisers Snowmobile/ATV and Cross Country Ski Club 

Millinocket Lake Road, Millinocket 

207-723-6203 | 

Open weekends for breakfast and lunch. 

East Branch Sno-Rovers Snowmobile Club/ ATV and Cross Country Ski Club 

Hathaway Rd., East Millinocket 

207-746-9348 | 

Open weekends, occasional nights and special events. 

Jo-Mary Riders | 

While they do not have a club house, they play an integral part in maintaining the local trail system. Check their website and Facebook page for information on their very popular trails and conditions. 

Twin Pines Snowmobile Club at New England Outdoor Center (NEOC) 

Black Cat Road off of Baxter Park Rd. 

Millinocket | 1-800-766.7238 

There is no “official” clubhouse, however the club operates from NEOC, which offers a full service restaurant with breakfast, lunch and dinner open 7 days a week, cabins, bar, snowmobile rentals, gas, cross-country ski and snowshoe trails and more. The Twin Pines Snowmobile Club maintains the local trail systems. 

Bowlin Matagamon Snowmobile Club 

T5-R8/T6-R8 Maine | 207-528-2900 

This snowmobile club is comprised of several businesses working together to keep the trails groomed and offer food, lodging and gas. 


207-435-8274 | 

Wildwoods Trailside Cabins, Lodge and Restaurant 

207-965-0000 | 

Scroll To Top