If you’re heading to this state to grab some lobster, be sure to check out some of their off-road vehicle riding trails. This state offers over 21 trails for the whole family to enjoy!
1. East-West ATV Camp
This trail is North of Waterboro and east of Ossipee Mills, the East-West ATV Camp has 3 acres open to ATV riding. There is an onsite mud bog open to riding, plus the camp has direct access to the Little Ossipee Trail, which is part of the Maine ATV Trail System. This would be a perfect adventure! For more information, click here.
2. Turner ATV Trails
Over 15 miles of defined and maintained trails are available in this area. The trails are open seasonally, from May to December, and are normally accessible to ATVs. The trails are densely forested, with some loose soil and others that are well packed. These trails are suitable for the entire family. For more information, click here.
3. Aroostook Valley Trail
Presque Isle, Caribou, Washburn, Woodland, and New Sweden are all connected by this 28-mile trail. Riders will find a year-round gravel surface track that can be used for numerous purposes. It meanders along various creeks and the Aroostook River, with scenery ranging from wide farmland to dense woodlands. The majority of this trail is fairly remote, so riders can expect a wilderness adventure. For more information, click here.