Newport – Four Seasons Adventure Trail parking lot
Take Interstate 95 Exit 157 in Newport and drive north on Route 7-Route 11 (also known as Moosehead Trail) for 1.2 miles and the large parking lot for the trail will be on your left, across the road from Varney Ford, which has the address of 237 Moosehead Trail.
From the parking lot, Four Seasons Adventure Trail — heading north — starts across the road. Other snowmobile trails — heading south — are on the same side of the road as the parking lot.
Bingham – 201 PowerSports
Located on ITS 87, just as you are coming into Bingham Maine on the right.
Plowed large lot, with additional parking across the road. The lot connects directly to ITS 87, 201 PowerSports, and is within visual of Jimmy’s Shop n Save with gas sales.
Forks – Northern Outdoors
Located near ITS 86, 87 and 89 – are welcome to use the Free Park ‘N Ride Lot 1/4 mile south of Northern Outdoors on Route 201.
The area is plowed and can accommodate a large number of vehicles with trailers. The parking lot connects directly to the Kennebec River Trail, which winds five miles north along the river to The Forks. Alternatively, snowmobilers can ride the short distance to Northern Outdoors to access the ITS 87 spur connector trail behind the main lodge to Pleasant Pond and Moxie Mountain.
Border Rider’s club house – Jackman. Go through Jackman into Mouse River and the club house is a couple of miles on the left. The trail runs through the parking lot.
Kokadjo store have park and rides