Clubs – Snowmobile
Snowmobile, ATV, private beach on China Lake
China Four Seasons is responsible for maintenance and land-owner relations for over 40 miles of trails.
Snowmobile Trail Map
Hello everyone we are a small town located in central Maine. We take a lot of pride in our club and strive to due the best we can. ITS 85 runs right through the middle of town and connects us with Winslow and Unity. We also maintain trails that connect us with China, Benton, and Palermo. One of the most scenic rides in the area would be the york town loop trail, which is a branch off of the China trail and loops back around to the in town trail near Lee St.
On your way through town you can stop and get great food at the Albion Corner Store or the Albion Mini Mart. You can also get gas at either the Albion Corner store or the Albion Mini Mart. The Albion Corner Store is located on the in town trail, which is clearly marked off ITS 85. The Albion Mini Mart is located right on ITS 85 heading towards Unity.
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They also host an annual BBQ the second Sunday of Feb.
2019 post – Join us for our annual chicken BBQ on the Fisher Rd in Unity. $8 for half chicken, potato salad, roll, coleslaw and a dessert. Portions of proceeds to benefit Pine Tree Camp.
We believe the best snowmobile trail conditions in Maine are right here in the Katahdin region. To enjoy a fun snowmobiling experience with safety in mind, we offer easy access to many of Maine’s well-maintained and clearly marked trails. Many snowmobile enthusiasts travel thousands of miles to ride our trails. Watch this video to see why Maine is a great snowmobile destination! This video was prepared by the Maine Office of Tourism and was shot in the Katahdin region at NEOC.
To ensure the best trail conditions, the Twin Pine Snowmobile Club has a fleet of 250 horsepower BR 400 Bombardier diesel groomers (used by major ski resorts) and a dedicated staff of snowmobile trail groomers. The Club covers 130 miles of Maine snowmobile trails in the Katahdin region of Northern Maine and trails are groomed as often as weather and conditions allow. The ITS Trail System connects throughout Maine and to the other states depending on snow and weather conditions.
North Country Rivers’ base resort complex; located in the upper Kennebec Valley Region of Maine, is renowned for having “the best snowmobiling in the east”. This region receives an annual snowfall of over 10-feet! The region also contains some of the most beautiful and pristine wilderness in the United States.
Our resort base complex is located right “on” Maine’s Interconnecting Trail System (the ITS). This system is comprised of approximately 13,000 miles of groomed trails; stretching to all the way to Canada. The North Country Rivers base complex in Bingham, Maine, is on the ITS 87 portion of this trail system. Our location, and being in proximity to this portion of the ITS, allows us to ride north to the Forks and Jackman (and into Canada), west to the Rangeley Lakes region, and even northeast to the Moosehead Lake region (and even Baxter State Park). This trail, and the many feeder trails, simply offer hundreds and hundreds of miles of open terrain, incredible scenery, unlimited trip potential, and awesome riding for all skill levels.
Many options for single and multi-day loop trips exist (beginning and ending at our base complex). And if you rent one of our cozy Maine log cabins on the Kennebec River, you’ll be able to return from any trip and park your sled right at your front door! North Country Rivers is simply THE best option for a winter snowmobile adventure vacation!
Do you enjoy riding your snowmobile? Join our club! We are always looking for volunteers to help.
Be sure to check out our Events/Rides section for planned outings
Meeting – Our next meeting is normally the second Wednesday of the month during the winter at the North Anson Fire Station.
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Our club was formed in 1974. During the 2018-2019 season our membership totaled 74 members. We own a 1200 sq. ft. clubhouse and a 1232 sq. ft equipment storage building on 1 acre of land on Route 2 just 4 miles east of Skowhegan.
The Club owns two large groomers to maintain our 36 miles of trails in Skowhegan and approximately 20 miles in the notch area. The Sno-Hawks acquire permission from more than 125 landowners for trail use. Thank you Landowners for your support!
In addition to the trails, we maintain 16 bridges to enable winter water crossings.