Mount Blue State Park Snowmobiling

The MOST popular snowmobile trail in Maine.

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North of Weld, the 5,000 acre Mount Blue State Park has 35 miles of challenging snowmobiling trails through Maines rugged western mountains. The snowmobile trails connect with ITS89 and Avon. Keep an eye out for moose and other wildlife.

The snowmobiling at the Mount Blue State Park is 20 miles north of Rumford and west of Farmington, just north of Weld. To reach the trailhead from US 2, head north up SR142 to SR 156 in Weld. Continue up Center Hill Road veering left. On top, use the parking area on the right. Starting riding following the signage at the trailhead.

For snowmobiling near Mount Blue State Park and the rest of state, all riders, resident and non-resident alike, must register their snowmobiles in Maine to ride in Maine. Most of the registration money goes to the Snowmobile Trail Fund of the Department of Conservation. Registration information is available at (207) 287-2043. After registration, make sure to read the Maine Snowmobile Law Book. Note: it is illegal to ride ATVs on designated snowmobile trails.

Overall, Mount Blue State Park is the 1st most popular snowmobile trail of all 25 snowmobiling rides in Maine.


Local Contact(s):  Mount Blue State Park (207) 585-2347 or 585-2261; Maine Tourism (800) 533-9595; Maine Snowmobile Association (207) 622-6983.

Best Season:  Dec. - Feb.

Average Difficulty:  Moderate

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Article Source:   Best Mount Blue State Park Snowmobiling Review

GPS:  44.709, -70.395

Date Published:  1/1/2016

Date Updated:  1/20/2017

ID:  12771

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