Atv / 4 Wheeling

atvMaine has over 1,000 miles of well maintained atv trails to enjoy and the northern half of the state is no different. Get out and see the side of Maine that most tourists miss. Experience the truly vast and inspirational beauty of the North Maine Woods. Most of our trails are on private land and are maintained by local clubs. Cooperative agreements between private landowners, ATV clubs, and the State make this must ride trail system a reality.


snowmobilingNorthern Maine is well known for its long and snowy winters. As a result we have one of the best snowmobile trail systems in the country. Hundreds of miles of wide, well groomed trails provide nearly perfect riding conditions to snowmobilers year after year. With easy access to lodging, dining, gasoline and other essential amenities you would be hard pressed to find a better destination as a snowmobile enthusiast anywhere in the USA.

Walking & Hiking

hikingLogging and farming are long standing traditions in the region. Because of this Northern Maine is covered with winding old roads and trails that blanket the area in an almost endless selection of scenery and landscapes. Hills, fields, forests, streams and rivers are all a few steps away as well as the famous Fort Kent Mills. It is very well possible that you could spends years walking or hiking our trails and never take the same step twice.


fishThere is an absolutely incredible amount of water to fish in the valley. From lakes and ponds to rivers and streams we almost have it all. Fly fishing, trolling, brook fishing, ice fishing, smelting and more. The annual muskie derbies are big draws and if you ever catch one you’ll know why. That being said there are still plenty of trout and salmon to fill your limit and send you home happy.


mooseFor generations many Mainers have enjoyed the hunting lifestyle. The North Maine Woods are full of moose, deer, black bears, coyotes, rabbits, partridge and many other types of foul. Hundreds of square miles of wilderness await you covering all different types of hunting terrain. Local big buck clubs provide hunters the opportunity to compete with others and bag the biggest buck for cash prizes.