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FORECAST: National Weather Service/Caribou, Maine

FORECAST: National Weather Service/Portland & Gray, Maine



Northern Outdoors (The Forks)

Lake Parlin Lodge (Parlin Pond Twp)

Kokadjo Roach Riders SC (Kokadjo-Roach Pond)

Northwoods Outfitters (Moosehead)

The Birches - Rockwood

Twin Pine Camps (Katahdin area)

Twin Pine Camps (Katahdin view)

5 Lakes Lodge (Katahdin area)

Please respect all landowners wishes while riding. Snowmobilers in Maine are the guests of Maine landowners who allow access. It is every snowmobiler's responsibility to protect that access by acting responsibly.

ATVs and other motorized vehicles:
It is against the law to operate an ATV (or a dune buggy, 4 wheel drive vehicle, motorcycle or any other motor vehicle) on a snowmobile trail funded by the Club/Municipal grant program at any time of the year, unless the landowners have granted permission to do so.

Snowmobilers who illegally ride on blueberry barrens or other cropland are creating problems for the landowners, potential damage to their crops and threatening recreational access for everyone. Stay on marked trails.

Off-Trail riders should always follow these basic rules:
Stay off all plowed roads. Riding on plowed roads is illegal, and presents a serious safety hazard. Forest roads represent a significant investment and are intended solely for transporting wood and equipment. These roads may be in use 24/7 and are no place for sleds or parked private vehicles and trailers. If your vehicle or trailer blocks a road or interferes with plowing, it may be towed at your expense.
The same goes for log yards. They may be empty when you arrive, but they are never intended to be parking lots for pickup trucks and trailers, they are for loading wood headed to the marketplace or as a turnaround area for logging trucks.
Snow covers everything and that includes newly planted seedlings, natural regenerating forest, or any number of obstacles or hazards. If you're unsure, check locally or just don't go. Keep in mind that calling the landowner isn't an option. Their employees are there to keep their operations moving, not to provide sledding updates to wannabee off-trail riders. Check with locals, or better yet-
Hire a guide. This is the first suggestion when people ask about off-trail riding. Guides are generally well connected to the forest landowners, know local conditions and can certainly help provide a high quality off-trail experience. There are also several lodges and outfitters in Maine that specialize in off-trail excursions.
Ride Responsibly; don't jeopardize your or our snowmobilers welcome.
First-Last-Foremost: Respect The Landowners.
Access to these lands is a privilege, not a right. Every piece of land, even in remote woods, is owned by someone.

Increased concern and security at our borders calls for strict attention to the law. For information about crossing our border with Canada, see the Border Guide supplied by the United States Border Patrol. (.pdf format, viewed using Adobe Acrobat Reader - a free download ).

be careful not to spin snow onto the tracks. Over time this snow builds up creating a ramping effect that has caused train derailment. These rail lines are privately owned and can be closed, which would fracture the trail system. Stop and look both ways at all railroad crossings.

trail report submission email
Snowmobile Trail Conditions Path left behind the Chapman groomer Trail 74

Trail Reports are provided to the public courtesy of the members of the Maine Snowmobile Association. Reports are accepted from MSA family and business members, groomers/projects. Please include your name and the name of your MSA club when submitting the report.

If you post trail conditions on your MSA club or supporting business web site and wish to have your updates posted and linked from this page, drop us an email with your request. Please let us know when the report on your site has been updated.

Reports reflect observations of MSA family and business members who clear, sign, groom and ride the trails of Maine. Local chambers of commerce, businesses and snowmobile clubs are a good source for additional information on trails in their area.

Photo by Sue Maynard - The groomed trail left behind by the drag - Chapman Ridge Runners, Trail #74.


Updated : 2/13 : This weekend coming is the beginning of Highschool vacation week and that means it will be very busy so please ride right. This week has been another very busy week on the County trails as the weather with the combined big storm over the past weekend have made for very good conditions. Most clubs have been out day and night to beat the air out of the snow. Please be aware with the snow squalls on Thursday and some high winds open terrain trails will see drifting. If clubs don't get out to groom these areas, they could remain rough for a day or two, please keep this in mind when planning your trip. As the snow keeps getting deeper and deeper this is the time of year when signs start disappearing. If you do come upon a sign that is hard to see, stop and try to pull it up. Any help like this is very much appreciated.
A big thank you goes out to Pleasant Ridge Riders and The Madawaska snowmobile club for going out to help Van Buren during their time of need. Van Buren had a significant breakdown and these clubs went out to lend a hand. Good news is Van Buren got their machine back and they are out grooming now. Remember that it will take several passes to get the trails back into shape but have no fear they will get them back.
Just a quick note I would like to put out there about the report. The information that I receive from the trail masters on Wednesday and Thursday is only as good as I get it from them. Conditions change constantly and what is reported on one day might significantly change the next day. This report is sent out on Thursday and is intended to be the information for several days. If conditions change or something drastic happens to a club, that information might not be represented within this report. Please check the local club Facebook pages for changes that might not be in this report. Caution is to be advised as the Deer, Moose, and Turkey's are now walking around on the trails because the snow is getting deeper.
Did you know more than 95% of Maine's snowmobile trails are on private property? With 14,000 miles of trails, that's a lot of generous landowners! Please respect landowners so Maine's trails stay open:

Always stay on marked trails. Remember that modified exhausts are illegal. Follow the rules and ride safe.

TRAIL INFORMATION: Updated : 2/13 :

Soldier Pond :: trails are shaping up nicely and will be out grooming.
Walker siding :: is reporting that they will be all groomed by Friday and are reporting trails to be in good shape.
Washburn :: Trails are in excellent shape. We will begin grooming all trails every night starting Friday and lasting through vacation week. Kitchen will be open daily starting Friday. 7-2 except for Sunday's will be the usual 7-12. Trail 61 is still closed.
Nordic Lakers :: Nordic Lakers reporting good conditions
Portage Lakers :: are reporting good conditions and nightly groomingThe trail to Leo's and Frederick's restaurant will not be open this year.
Fort Kent :: is reporting excellent conditions. There is logging on 85 and caution should be used in these areas. There are several sections of plowed roads so please use caution. They are marked very well.
Eagle Lake :: is reporting excellent conditions. There is logging on 85 and caution should be used in these areas. There are several sections of plowed roads so please use caution. They are marked very well.
Trail 120 is another one of the trails that doesn't get a lot of traffic, but it is one of the most scenic trails in the County.
Make sure to top off in Eagle lake and head West towards Allagash. Make sure to stop by Two Rivers Restaurant and fuel yourselves.
Fort Fairfield :: is reporting good conditions. Please watch for turkeys on 81 South of the Noyes Road.
St. Francis Sno-Angels ::reporting Great conditions did ITS92 from lodge to Chamberlain Store yesterday.......a lot of traffic, needed grooming. Going out tomorrow night ITS92 railbed, then ITS92A Carter groom for a great riding weekend!
This is another club that does lunch on Saturday at the clubhouse, so stop in and support this great club.
Central Aroostook Snowmobile Club :: reporting ITS 83 and 81 are in great shape. They will have the #9 trail open by Saturday. Signs are being knocked down by Moose in the T10R3 area on ITS 81 and trail 70A.
Ashland :: is reporting reporting good conditions.
Caribou :: is reporting good conditions and are expecting very heavy traffic over the next several days 71A is now open and signed, it is different than years past so please follow signs. They are reporting a few icy sections so please use caution. If you want to see deer this is the town and trail system to do so. Use caution.
Allagash :: is reporting awesome conditions. Please use caution on the St. Francis road, there is active logging. Please know before you go. Check out the Moosetown Facebook page and they have all the information that you need
Check out the Moosetown Facebook page and they have all the information that you need.
Frenchville :: is reporting all trails groomed
Red Arrow :: is reporting good conditions and will be out all weekend.
Chapman Ridge Runners :: Runners are reporting great conditions and will continue to groom throughout the weekend.
Aroostook River Snowmobile Club ::club are reporting good conditions, as all clubs it took several days to recoup from the storm, and they are grooming every night.
Easton :: is reporting good conditions.
Madawaska :: is reporting all trails have been groomed and are planning on grooming all weekend.
The town has always been helpful in allowing snowmobiles to utilize the sides of town roads to get to businesses in downtown Madawaska, but we ask you to respect the local landowners and use caution while accessing our local businesses.
If you are going to fuel at Daigle Oil Company (off 83C), please note that the town has opened the snowbank between the old shopping mall plaza parking lot and the back of the Legion parking lot. PLEASE: Do not cross on the sidewalk in front of the Legion putting Legion members at risk coming in and out of the building!
Check out their Facebook page.
Grand Isle :: is reporting good conditions.
Presque Isle Snowmobile Club ::club is reporting good conditions.
Van Buren :: is reporting that they have their machine and will be grooming around the clock to straighten the trails back out. A big thank you goes out to Madawaska and Pleasant ridge riders for helping while their machine was down. Logging operation on trail 94 in the Cyr Plantation area, it is signed, please use caution
Limestone Snow Hawks :: have been out all week and are reporting good conditions. They have been very busy installing new signs and new posts this week. Caution is advised as there is a logging operation on trail 100A. The trail is signed
Caswell :: (Pleasant Ridge Riders) reporting decent conditions. Plan is to groom Wednesday night and again on Friday night

Southern Aroostook:

Updated : 2/13 :
More snow and very cold temperatures are expected this weekend. In the coming week the trails will be very busy due to school vacation and the clubs ask that you stay on your side of the trail!
Molunkus Valley snowmobile club are reporting trails groomed and reporting good conditions. Still have a few wet spots on ITS 83 South of Route 2. Wildlife is being seen all over so please use caution.
Bowlin/Mattagamon/Shin Pond :: Bowlin/ Mattagamon/ Shin Pond - February is shaping up to be a great month with 5" of fresh snow on Tuesday and 3" to 8" expected Thursday, we are looking forward to a great weekend. North and South out of Shin Pond has been groomed as well as Club trail 64. Mattagamon has also been out north to the intersection of 71D. Shin Pond Village now offers fully automated grooming updates from all 4 Piston Bully's. Follow them at . Keep in mind that these GPS units are only in the 4 Bowlin/ Mattagamon/ Shin Pond groomers so only the sections of their trails will be updated.
East Grand Snowmobile Club has been grooming ITS 105 to meet with Linneus, as well as south through Danforth. The Rt. 1 Trail has been done to Mem's Place. Trail 7 to Greenland Cove ending at Cowgers Camps is in excellent shape. TRAIL MILES TO GAS DANFORTH-LINNEUS 35, DANFORTH-SPRINGFIELD 40, DANFORTH-WYTOPITLOCK-SHERMAN 50+, DANFORTH-PITLOCK-LINNEUS 70+
Oxbow-Masardis snowmobile club - Our groomer like all other clubs have been out work every day this week. There continues to be far more sleds on the trails during midweek than in years past as the area has the most snow and best riding anywhere in the state. ITS 85/81 has been groomed 3 times this week. ITS 86 has been groomed 2 times this week. Trail 71-A has been groomed by Ashland SMC
Aroostook River crossing is good. We hope to have trail 71-D open with limited grooming by first of next week. More snow and very cold temps are in the forecast over next week. The next two weeks will very busy out on the trail with school vacations. Remember there are 2 SIDES to all trails. That side is YOURS and this side is Mine. RIDE SAFE RIDE RIGHT - WATCH FOR GROOMERS

The Benedicta Snow Gang Fishing Derby is being held this Saturday the 15th from 7 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. on Plunkett Pond in Benedicta. Kids and adults are welcome and cash prizes are being awarded!
In preparation for the weekend, all trails including ITS 83, Sherman / Whetstone Falls and ITS 81 Sherman / Benedicta / Mattawamkeag Cut-off are groomed and in super shape for riding. Be aware that some slippery spots still exist so ride responsible.
Again, they remind riders that the Game Wardens are on the trails writing tickets for those not staying on their side of the trail. The summons is $200 a ticket!

Molunkus Valley Snow Drifters are hosting their yearly Poker Run with registration at 9 a.m. at the MVSD Clubhouse at 58 North St. in Sherman. All hands must be back by 3 p.m. with a public supper to follow at 5 p.m. The groomers have been out daily to keep the trails in tip top shape for the event. The trails have been signed and everything is looking good for some great sledding! The Eastern Maine Snow Riders operating out of Macwahoc, has had some interesting weather in the past week. While most of us had all snow, they had a 50/50 mix of sleet and snow which made for a hard base. After letting it settle for the week the groomers plan to be out on Friday getting 1, ITS 110 and 3 ready for the weekend and school vacation week. Trails should be excellent and fast.
Smoki Haulers Snowsled Club of Oakfield have been grooming ITS 83 from the clubhouse to the West Branch and have completed 83 north to Linneus and 61 south as well as Oakfield (the Town Trail). Conditions are excellent!
The Meduxnekeag Ramblers ITS 86/105 have been groomed around Houlton. After many pallets and a lot of snow. The water hole off the Hollywood Rd. has been fixed. There has been some trouble with the drag, but a new tire is on its way and all trails will be ready for the weekend!
Linneus Sno-Sports - With over 120 miles of trails to groom Linneus SnoSports always has at least 1 groomer running. ITS 105 and 83 looks great. Conditions for the weekend should be excellent. Don't forget that the clubhouse in Linneus is hosting breakfast on Sunday as well as lunch.
Rockabema Snow Rangers in Patten groomed East Mill Trail, Town office, Hanger Pizza and Katahdin Lodge for easy access as well as ITS 81 South to ITS 112 West to ITS 83. The railroad bed to Stacy Ville is also done. The Icehouse Trail to Peavey Corner and Peavey Corner to Patten was just groomed.
ITS 81 North to 112 east and 62 west is also finished. They remind riders to please stay on the trails. Access to the landowner's property is essential!
Big Valley Snow Club Big Valley Snow Club will be hosting a Spaghetti Supper on Feb. 14 starting at 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. at the Sno Club in Island Falls. This is to kick off the Island Falls Winterfest. The Winter Fest folks are also hosting a Snowmobile Torch Run up Robinson Mountain from 7 to 8 p.m. right after the supper Big Valley has been out grooming and report that there are breathtaking views from Trail 60.

For the most accurate and up-to date weather information, please visit NOAA at

Activities this weekend:
Remember breakfast is still being served from 6 a.m. to 9 a.m. on Saturday at the Meduxnekeag Ramblers Clubhouse on the Wiley Rd.
You can also enjoy breakfast on Sunday from 7 a.m. to 10 a.m. and lunch from 10 to 2 at the Linneus Sno Sports Clubhouse in Linneus.

Support your clubs so they can keep hosting these great meals!
Please Stay on the Marked Trails or Unplowed Roads. For the most accurate and up-to date weather information, please visit NOAA

Mars Hill: 2/11 : Central Aroostook SC -ITS 83 Monticello to Presque Isle is in good condition.
ITS 81 North from Mars Hill to Easton is in good condition.
ITS 81 South from Mars Hill to Rte 70A is in good condition.
Rte 70A from ITS 81 to #9 Lake is in good condition.
The #9 Lake Trail from ITS 83 in Monticello to #9 Lake is IS NOW OPEN and in good condition.
The logging operations have ended earlier than expected so we have been able to open the trail.

Benedicta Snow Gang : 2/11 : Hi Gang, After getting 6-8"of new snow yesterday (2/10), Snowgang trails were groomed early this morning. My report is as follows::
ITS#81-- Sherman/Benedicta/Mattawamkeag Cuttoff-- Excellent conditions!!
ITS#83-- Sherman/Whetstone Falls-- Excellent conditions!!
Please give them lots of room, and slow down. Remember, groomers have the right of way!!!
**** Remember, it is illegal to chase or harass any animal on the trails!!!

St John Valley/ExtremeNorthern Maine ::


Katahdin Region : 2/14 : Twin Pines Snowmobile Club Update: Happy start of Maine February Vacation week! trails are awesome in the Katahdin region, cold temps overnight and warmer sunny days make for great riding. We will be grooming this weekend, Remember, Ride Right and See You on The Trails...Check out Winterfest In Millinocket this weekend - lots of fun events scheduled including a Sled Parade tonight!

Twin Pines Snowmobile Club : 2/15 : We groomed almost the entire system last night - all trails are in good to great condition: Have a Great Day out there and remember to Ride Right and see you on the trails:
85/86 - Stacyville Rd to Whetstone; 85/86 Pole Line; 85/86 Penobscot Pond via Grant Brook; 85/86 - State Rd to Abol, Hurd Pond;112 Connector - Logan Pond; 112 Connector - Stratton Trail; Jerry Pond to Hotels; South Twin Connector to Brownville Rd; Central St to Katahdin Inn;
Wild Kingdom groomed 2/13 good condition East Branch Sno-Rovers Update February 13: 83S to 82S to the Lincoln trail 83S has been groomed and is very good; 83S to Endless and 109 to South Twin has been groomed and is very good; 83N to Whetstone

Jo Mary Riders : 2/15 : Jo Mary Riders Update: Saturday AM update: ITS 111 / Ragged Mtn. trail / 109/111 X-OVER trail including Hi + Low roads / The Downtown Trail from S. Twin Lake to the Wiley Bridge were all groomed last night! Grooming will resume tonight! The following trails were groomed 2/13- ITS 109 - Black Pond trail - B-Pond - G/G Loop - ITS 111 - The Parkway w/ The scenic Loop

East Branch Sno-Rovers : 2/14 : East Branch Sno-Rovers Update February 83S to 82S to the Lincoln trail 83S has been groomed and is very good.
83S to Endless and 109 to South Twin has been groomed and is very good. 83N to Whetstone groomedas well

Stop in to the River Driver's Restaurant on Millinocket Lake, trailside to ITS85/86 and fuel up. Ride Right, Ride Safe, see you on the trails! River Driver's Restaurant,

Northern Timber Cruisers::


Patten :: Rockabema Snow Rangers groomed their regular routes yesterday 81 North to Shin Pond 112E to Island Falls and Katahdin Lodge 62 to 81 South. Rockabema Snow Rangers

Bowlin Matagamon Shin Pond area :: Shin Pond Village Facebook page,


Rockwood:: Blue Ridge Riders Facebook page

Kokadjo:: Kokadjo Roach Riders web site. View site for reports on individual trails.

Greenville :: Moosehead Riders SC Facebook page

Shirley: 2/15 : All of our trails have been groomed and are in great shape. Unfortunately last night our Track Truck broke down and appears to be unrepairable for the rest of the season. We will continue to groom with our trail
We would like to stress that we have active dog sled teams on our trails on the Clouse Allen/Bald Mountain/Taylor Road to Thanksgiving Pond Trails daily. Please slow down and show courtesy to these friends of SBTB. Use hand signals to let them know about sleds in your party. We also have many walkers/skiers on our By Pass trail. Please show the same respect for them.
Shirley Bog Trail Busters, Facebook page

Rockwood :: The Birches Resort website Facebook Page


THE FORKS TRAIL REPORT: 2/13 : We have received about 10" of snow in the past week. This has helped our groomers to improve our trail conditions tremendously. Generally speaking, trail sections on unplowed roads are very good to excellent, while woods trails are fair to good. We have been working the trails all week to get them in good shape for the weekend and school vacation week. Things are looking good right now!
ITS 86 FROM BERRY'S STORE HEADING EAST TOWARD GREENVILLE/ROCKWOOD TO THE ITS 88 JUNCTION Intown is in decent shape. However, because of heavy traffic, intown gets beat up quickly. Once out of town about 1 mile, things improve greatly. The groomers have been able to fill in the larger waterbars on ITS 86 around Mosquito Mtn, so that is much improved. The 1 mile Power Line section at Lake Moxie is fair to good. From Moxie Dam up to ITS 88 junction is mostly on unplowed roads and is great riding.
ITS 87 HEADING SOUTH TOWARDS BINGHAM Boise Road and Divide Road sections are in great shape. Short woods sections at Pleasant Pond and Moore's Bog are fair to good. Rest of the way south towards Bingham is a nice ride.
CARATUNK SPUR Open and well groomed.
PLEASANT POND TRAIL Mostly on unplowed roads . . . . . sweet riding!
BALD MOUNTAIN TRAIL Mostly unplowed roads and is in great shape. There is no connection off the south end of the BMT to the Wind Mills in Bingham, as there has been in the past. Only access to the Wind Mills is a trail off ITS 87 north of Bingham. The Bald Mtn Trail combined with the Pleasant Pond Trail form a great loop ride between ITS 86 and ITS 87.
BREAKNECK RIDGE TRAIL Open and groomed and in good shape.
KENNEBEC RIVER TRAIL FROM NORTHERN OUTDOORS TO BERRY'S STORE Open and groomed. Mostly in good shape. A little rough as you approach town.
For day riders, the FREE PARK & RIDE LOT at Northern Outdoors on Route 201 is open. The lot is very large, well plowed, and has plenty of room for large trailers. The lot is marked with a large sign on Route 201. Trail maps, 91 oct non-ethanol gas, and food are available at Northern Outdoors.

**PLEASE NOTE: gas (91 octane non-ethanol) is CASH ONLY and available from 9:00am-5:00pm at Northern Outdoors**

PLEASE RESPECT THE LANDOWNER'S WISHES . . . . . . . STAY OFF ALL PLOWED ROADS!!- Jim Yearwood, Forks Area Trails Club. Northern Outdoors, Facebook page

Anson-North Anson:1/2: "Please respect landowners property and ride only on the marked trail.
Carrabasset river crossing is not frozen.
ITS 84 is open from Solon to New Portland hill connection, with the exception of the river crossing in North Anson.
Trail from Anson to ITS 84, west side of river crossing is open. There are hazards and riding conditions are poor due to low snow cover. All other trails will remain closed at this time due to low snow conditions
Mike Fairbanks, Trailmaster/Project director, ANASC Anson-North Anson SC

Jackman:: Bishop's Motel See more info and lodging information at web site linked above

Jackman-Moose River:: Jackman Moose River Region Chamber of Commerce web site Visit site for reports of individual trails.

West Forks, Parlin Pond:: Coburn Summit Riders web site

Solon:: View reports on individual trails at Solon Snow Hawks, Facebook page

Madison:: Abnaki Sno-Riders Facebook page

Jackman:: Border Riders Sportsman Club web site-View detailed trail by trail reports at club website linked above

Bingham:: Gateway Recreation & Lodging

Bingham:: North Country Rivers web site, Facebook page


Hebron: 2/10 : Bouncing Bogies SC -SNOW FELL!! All trail are groomed and ready for riding in our town as well as Buckfield and surrounding areas. Please be advised that there are dog sled teams on the RRBed of ITS89 from Hebron to Buckfield on a regular basis.
Gasoline, food & Trail Maps are available at The Storekeepers, Their hours are Monday - Friday 10am till 8pm; Saturday & Sunday 8am till 8pm. Visit Bouncing Bogies SC on FaceBook for FMI or Call 207-754-1675 for current trail conditions.

Rangeley :: Rangeley Lakes SC Facebook pageor club web site: Rangeley Lakes SC.

Rumford :: Rumford Polar Bears web site, Facebook page

Roxbury/Byron :: Slippery Sliders Facebook page

Naples :: Muddy River Sno-Seekers Facebook page, web page

Bethel-Greenwood-Woodstock :: Greenstock Snowsports Facebook page

Fryeburg : 2/6 : Interstate Sno-Goers SC Trails in the Fryeburg area are still open. Our area received approximately 3" of fresh snow today (2/6) with ice and freezing rain expected for Friday (2/7) morning. Grooming is still suspended till we get more snow.
Our annual Poker Rally which had been scheduled for this Saturday has been moved to the 22nd. of this Month. Hopefully there'll be adequate snow by then.
Anyone with knowledge of current ice conditions in the area please share them with us do we can let others know. Please check conditions on any and all bodies of water before crossing. Be careful out there on the trails due to how thin of a base there is. Take it slow as some corners may have nothing but ice underneath. Be safe everyone.

Newry :: Windy Valleys SC, Facebook page

Sebago :: Sebago Branch Duckers Facebook page.

Andover :: Andover Trails Facebook page, Andover Snow Valley Sno-Goers Facebook page

Gilead::Wild River Riders SC


Monson : 1/22 : Narrow Gauge Riders Snowmobile Club Narrow Gauge Riders, Monson With the snow received on Saturday night we were finally able to start our grooming operations for the season! Conditions are currently as follows:
North Trail: Groomed Monday, in good to great shape most of the way through besides a few small dips that we couldn't fill in with the amount of snow we have and a 1/4 mile section that a skidder ran down near Doughty Pond road in December that's a little thin, but easily passable.
Pole Line: Groomed Sunday, Good shape for the most part on the Railbed section, pretty thin near the North Guilford Road and some dips to watch out for between there and the slate company. Powerline section is in fair shape, easily passable but there's a few rocks and dips we need more snow to cover
Blanchard trail: Thin snow cover, trail is in poor shape. Lake is staked with at least 12 inches of ice where the stakes were placed, but that doesn't mean everywhere has that much ice and no ice is ever safe!
Elliotsville trail: Trail has not been opened yet, hope to break it open this week, new trail goes around moosehead manufacturing as we are shut off from going through the yard now.
If you're looking to snowmobile into Monson this week we suggest using the North trail and Pole line and you should have a nice ride!

Newport :: Sebasticook Valley SC Facebook page.

Corinna :: Corundel Raiders SC Facebook page

Guilford :: Four Winds SC


Kingfield :: Sno-Wanderers Club of Kingfield Facebook page.

Eustis/Stratton :: Arnold Trail SC, Facebook Page

Lexington-Highland-Concord-Pleasant Ridge : 1/28 : Lexington-Highlanders SC Our groomer went out last Fri eve (1/24) to groom the last trail on our system, this is our HardScrabble trail to meet up with the JVWing club trail in Carrabasset trail. We encountered water and rocks, be safe. More snow on the higher areas.

New Portland :: Wire Bridge Sno-Travelers


Bucksport :: Family SC, web site

Enfield : 2/13 : Cold Stream Sno-Riders -The trail to Burlington was groomed last night and the groomer is heading the other direction tonight. The trails should be in good shape for this weekend.
We'll plan to get a groomer at least down to Pleasant St. in the next week or so to keep that section opened up and accessible to folks heading up from Passadumkeag. The rest of that trail south to Greenbush is a work in progress and the final connection to the G&G Trailblazers club likely won't be ready until next season....stay tuned.
The trail crew has done a great job with the little snow we've had and the new machine is a big improvement over the older/slower equipment it replaced. Be sure to get out and hit the trails this weekend....they're looking good!Cold Stream Sno-Riders Facebook page

Lincoln :: From the Lincoln Snowhounds SC Facebook page

Danforth area :: East Grand SC

Orrington:: Orrington Trail Riders, website

Springfield :: Quad County SC web site, Facebook page See where the groomer has been


Beddington:: Airline Riders SC

Downeast Sunrise Trail:: Sunrise Trail web site or Facebook page

Calais :: Sunrise Snowmobilers Facebook page:

Cherryfield : Narraguagus SC web site, Facebook page

CENTRAL MAINE (Greater LA, Augusta, Waterville etc)

Winthrop::Hillandalers SC

Palermo :: Palermo SC

Lewiston:: From the Hillside Family Riders Facebook page, Hillside Family Riders SC

Albion :: - Night Roadrunners SC Facebook page

Auburn :: Auburn Sno-Groomers

Readfield :: Readfield Blizzard Busters

Sidney: 1/21 : Sidney Trail Riders SC We have been out panning trails a lot of them have water bars and a lot of rocks most all trails are marked, we need to put up some more caution signs so be careful if you venture out!!

Gardiner: 1/20 : All trails are open and signed. Most of them have been groomed at least once. Very boney conditions in some areas. Need more snow. Gardiner Ridge Riders

West Gardiner ::

Manchester ::

Belgrade ::


Parsonsfield, Hiram & Porter : 1/30 : Sacopee Valley Snowdrifters (SVSD) trails are still open but with very limited riding. Grooming has been suspended till we get more snow.
Most trails have bare spots showing as well as having lots of ice and water holes. SVSD is expecting many hazards on our trails system so, drive carefully and stay tuned to our SVSD Group for additional information
Follow us on our Facebook Group - SVSD

Hollis : 1/23 : Hollis Honkers SC All of our trails have been groomed. For the amount of snow we have on the ground trails for the most part are in good shape, our groomer volunteers this year has been awesome. No need to go up north, trails in our backyard are pretty good for right now. Stay local and use the money you would have spent on gas and lodging by supporting the club: Looks like the weather this weekend is taking a turn for the worse. Get out and ride today and tomorrow while it is still decent.

Cumberland/North Yarmouth :: Moonlite Sno-Skimmers Facebook page

Sanford-Springvale :: Southern Maine SnoGoers Facebook page

Standish ::

Waterboro :: Ossipee Mountaineers SC

Lyman :: Lyman SC, Facebook page "