Snowmobile in New England
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|Here in New England snowmobiling is popular winter sport. Snowmobiling vacations are much more prevalent in northern New England. Vermont, northern New Hampshire and Maine offer thousands of miles of groomed snowmobile trails. The Brighton / Island Pond area of Vermont’s Northeast Kingdom is called the “Snowmobile Capitol of New England” , though many from northern New Hampshire and Maine may take exception to that. Pittsburg, NH attracts many snowobilers each year to view the rural Connecticut Lakes Region near the Canada border. In northern Maine snowmbiles are more than fun, they are a vital means of transportation.Contact us for information about adding your favorite New England snowmobile area. Learn more about advertising in New England Living Magazine.
Champlain Valley VT Trails | Central VT Trails | NE Kingdom Trails | Burke trails | Killington Trails | Southern VT Trails
With its mountains and valleys, Vermont offers some excellent snowmobile terrain. You can go on an inn-to-inn snowmobile trek through Vermont, or explore one specific region of the Green Mountain State in-depth. The snowmobiling enthusiast will love Vermont, for it’s here the snowmobiler can enjoy breath-taking vistas, clean country air, superb accommodations, groomed snowmobile trails, and outstanding dining. Vermont has more than 4,700 miles of groomed snowmobile trails – a remarkable trail system that is one of the best in the world.
portsmouth trails | concord trails | keene trails | dartmouth trails | winnepesaukee trails | white mountain trails | pittsburg trails
New Hampshire has more than 6,800 miles of groomed snowmobile trails – a remarkable snowmobile trail system that is one of the best in the world. The N.H. snowmobile trails are groomed by local snowmobile clubs and members of the New Hampshire Snowmobile Association (NHSA). NHSA is a non-profit association that maintains New Hampshire’s trail network with many groomers working statewide. From the White Mountains to the Lakes Region, there are countless regions and diverse terrain to enjoy from the back of your sled.
aroostook trails | acadia trails | portland trails | augusta trails | auburn trails | boothbay trails | ogunquit trails | bangor trails
Maine has over 12,500 miles of snowmobile trails, 2,500 miles of which comprise the Interconnected Trail System (ITS) which allows uninterrupted travel throughout the state. Explore ten thousand miles of local trails leading to secluded, frozen, and beautiful places that most people will never reach, on foot or by vehicle, at any other time of the year. The Maine Snowmobile Association (MSA), with the support of the Maine Department of Conservation, have developed the expansive network of signed and groomed trails that travel over privately owned land in every corner of the state. Club members are proud of the system of trails they have created over the past three decades, and it shows. For three consecutive years, Maine Snowmobile Association groomer operators from Jackman, Pittston Farm and Millinocket have been selected by Arctco as among the best in the nation.
bridgewater trails | hartford trails | mansfield trails | plainfield trails | bridgeport trails | new haven trails | essex trails | norwich trails
There’s no doubt snowmobiling is a very popular winter activity in Connecticut! With hundreds of miles of snowmobile trails, CT offers miles of pristine trails to be explored. The Connecticut Department of Environmental Protection offers comprehensive snowmobile trail maps, guiding you to outstanding snowmobiling conditions in most areas of this great state. Some of the most visited snowmobiling areas in Connecticut include: Cockaponset State Forest, Housatonic State Forest, Mowhawk State Forest andPachaug State Forest.
amherst trails | fitchburg trails | salem trails | boston trails | fall river trails | cape cod trails
With hundreds of miles of snowmobile trails maintained by volunteers form more than fourty Massachusetts snowmobile clubs, it’s no surprise to discover that Massachusetts is truly a snowmobile-friendly state. The extensive snowmobile trail system in Massachusetts provides hundreds of miles of outdoor exploration for the whole family. The Berkshires alone provides more than 25 trails for all.
scituate trails | cranston trails | barrington trails | warwick trails | block island trails | newport trails
Bring the whole family to Rhode Island for a memorable snowmobile excursion this winter – with more than 60% of Rhode Island’s land covered in forest, Rhode Island is a snowmobile paradise! Rhode Island offers its fair share of impressive snowmobile trails, allowing you to explore stunning terrain that might not otherwise be viewable from foot or from vehicle. Popular snowmobile trails can be found in the following Rhode Island state parks; Colt State Park, Lincoln Woods State Park and Burlingame State Park.