Order form for 2020 Snowmobile Maine Calendar

Link to MSA online store items


It's a bit of work finding out who your State Legislative Representatives are...

But if you want to poke around try one of these links

List County Delegations

List District Towns

Maine State House... Find your Representative by Town

How about who is on any Committee???

Maine State Senate... Find Your State Senate Member

Snowmobile Maine

Purpose of the MSA

To educate its members and the general public in the principles of safety in the use of snowmobiles.

To act as a liaison between snowmobile clubs, landowners and the state agencies who are assisting or promoting the sport of snowmobiling.

To promote better understanding between snowmobile owners, and the general public as to the proper use of snowmobiles.

To encourage the use of snowmobiles and the establishment of snowmobile trails in a manner that will result in a minimum effect on the environment.

To promote among all snowmobilers a greater respect for the rights of landowners, and other winter sports enthusiasts.

To encourage among its members an appreciation of the natural and scenic areas of our state and the need to protect them.

To encourage the passing of legislation and regulations in the best interests of both snowmobilers and landowners.

To coordinate the efforts of its members in matters relating to the use and ownership of snowmobiles.


Your 2020 - 2021 Snow season is basically done. The trails are gone, the clubs are picking up signs, repairing landowner property and trying to figure out how to get all the equipment in a place to do inspections.

The MSA office has been busy compiling the information for our Annual meeting on May 1st. We will give out awards and recognitions, enjoy a great meal and perhaps you'll get the winning bid at the silent auction.

Did you know that that we have a lot of things left to do? Planning for the 5th Annual Golf Tournament. Editing all the documents for the membership packets. Meetings about all the suggestions on how things should be done differently. Figuring out how to plan for a possible Fall Snowmobile Show. Soliciting businesses to donate prizes for the next Super Raffle. Ordering new membership cards. The list is seemingly endless.


MSA 2020-2021 Season - Annual Meeting & Luncheon
Saturday May 1st Jeff's Catering Brewer Maine Meeting at 9:00 am.
This Meeting and Luncheon will be contingent on State of Maine COVID-19 restrictions. Please notify the MSA office if you plan to attend





The online MSA store has clothing items or check out those really nice duffle bags. Make your friends envious and support our sport.
The 2021 calendars are still available using this printable order form or you can order them through the MSA store. I hear they are better than ever and also less expensive then previous years. You may need one for 'upta camp dontchakno'

Stay-Safer-at-Home is finally on the way out. The new plan by the Governor is called "Moving Maine Forward". Executive Orders of the Governor are still in effect and changing almost daily.    See the latest official postings on a state website for COVID-19.

Since the Maine MUD Season is here... take the time to review the Economic Impact study. You can download the entire pdf document here. (opens in a new tab or window)
An Economic Evaluation of Snowmobiling in Maine:
The magic number for the 2018-2019 season was in excess of
$606 Million dollars




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