Maine Snowmobiling Trip Information - Snowmobile Travel Guide

Maine Snowmobiling Trail

Snowmobile Maine, Moosehead Lake

Snowmobile Maine Moosehead Lake Region - Frequently Asked Questions - Snowmobile Trip Planning Guide - Snowmobile Vacation Information

When is the best time to plan my Snowmobile Vacation in The Moosehead Lake Area? Snowmobile Vacations in Maine - Mid January through the first of March is typically the most predictable time for Maine snowmobiling in Greenville. Try planning a mid week snowmobile trip for the number of sleds on the trail are fewer and the conditions of the groomed snowmobile trails hold up better with less traffic.

How much snow do you have? What are the current conditions? Snowmobile trail conditions and snowfall totals will be posted on our Maine Vacation Blog

What Cozy Moose snowmobile lodging should I reserve? When making a snowmobile lodging reservation, please advise on the number of vehicles, trailers, sleds and people in your party.



Do I need to register my sled or get a snowmobile trail pass for a Maine snowmobile trip?
Yes, All sleds must be registered to snowmobile in Maine. You may use the online Maine Snowmobile Registration Service which allows you to register your snowmobile with the State of Maine. After registration, you will receive a confirmation page to print for immediate use. Official registration and stickers will arrive within 10 business days. You may also get Maine snowmobile registrations in town at Indian Hill or the Greenville Town Office.



What are some popular Maine snowmobile dining spots, pit stops, and snowmobile restaurants along the trails? Spring Creek BBQ - Downtown Monson ITS 85A or ITS85B - Stop by for great food, snowmobile trail information, or just warm up and have some good conversation. This snowmobile pit stop is well known to snowmobilers from the area and beyond. Tell them the Cozy Moose sent you.

Ice Races - West Cove, Moosehead Lake, Greenville Junction- A popular snowmobile travel stop. Watch the ice races on Saturday mornings at noon.

Downtown Greenville Maine Restaurants: Below are some snowmobile friendly dining options for Moosehead Lake. Snowmobile information for downtown Greenville restaurants offers snowmobile parking on Moosehead Lake in the East Cove. Just follow the signs and be sure to park your sled well off the trail and out of harms way.

Black Frog on Moosehead Lake, Downtown Greenville, A popular stop for snowmobilers on Moosehead Lake. Good for munchies and appetizers, also serves food past 8pm! A Greenville, Maine snowmobile trail stop

Rod n Reel, Just across from the Lake, Downtown Greenville: Great food for lunch and dinner

Stress Free Moose: Just off the lake, cross over the side street on your left. Light fare and munchies for those looking to warm up and relax that serves food past 8pm.

Auntie M's: Breakfast and lunch, snowmobile parking near the Gazebo parking lot downtown Greenville



Where are the best places for snowmobilers to get gas on the trail in Greenville?
Moosehead Motorsports- Easy access- Greenville Junction just off ITS 85/86- Gas 24/7 Indian Hill Trading Post- Just off the trail follow the signs Gas 24/7

What snowmobile dealer services are available? In town, Greenville Maine Snowmobile dealer services available for Yamaha, Ski-doo, Arctic Cat with Polaris in Abbott just down the road.

How do I get to the snowmobile trails? Snowmobile Trail Maps, Detailed Directions to our Cabins and Moosehead Lake Trail access information are provided to our snowmobile lodging guests at check in. A general overview of Moosehead Lake Area Snowmobile Trails & Rides are featured here.