The new ATV & Snowmobile book is available at Maine Department of Inland Fisheries and Wildlife website. The dates for this years ATV Free Weekend is August 16-18, 2019 Again the rules for this weekend are: During Free ATV weekend a nonresident may operate in Maine on an ATV that is not registered in Maine if [...]
The dates for the new funding for 2019 are not posted yet. Click here to get to the website from DACF and book mark it so you can get the current information when it is updated for next season The Recreational Trails Program (RTP) is an assistance program of the U.S. Department of Transportation's Federal Highway [...]
The question of the year. Why should I join a club. There are many different answers to this. Some of the reasons, but not all, by any means. Clubs are the entities that obtain private landowners permission to put trails on landowner property. Clubs are the entities that build and maintain the trails on private landowner [...]
At our December meeting we had voting for the 2019 officers: President: Real Deschaine Vice President: Doug Kane Secretary: Terry Sinclair Treasurer: Sue Lanouette (New) Northern VP: Dick Howlett Eastern VP: Daryl Friedman (New) Central VP: Vacant Western VP: Ed Zilinsky Southern VP: Vacant Trails VP: Real Deschaine Congratulations to all.
Dwight Sinclair to ATV Maine October 15, 2018 All ATV Maine member clubs, Please be aware that scam emails are becoming more often trying to get officers of the club to send money to a bogus fake club president. I am receiving these e-mails more often. I do not want to hear that an ATV Maine [...]
Legendary Maine Guide Award Download the Legendary Maine Guide Award Nomination Form (PDF) Nomination Criteria Must meet 20 year anniversary as a Registered Maine Guide. Active guide for 10 years Passes a criminal background check. Law abiding citizen with no arrests for committing a crime related to: Human injury, gun laws or major hunting or fishing [...]
As a reminder if your club is submitting for a municipal grant it has to be in no later than NOVEMBER 30,2018. Here is the information if you need it from the Bureau of Parks and Lands
Rail Trail bridge work. Work is complete on the bridge over Durham Brook in Dover-Foxcroft. The crew has moved to the bridge over Black Stream just south of the Burrough Road and will be working on re-decking it over the next 2 days. Should be completed tomorrow.
Most of the hundreds of miles of ATV trails located throughout Maine are on private land and are maintained by local clubs. Cooperative agreements between private landowners, ATV clubs, and the Bureau's ATV Program are key to the success of the trail system. Have you explored Bureau of Parks and Lands website. Lots of very handy information [...]