Download your PDF copy of Rand Advertising's 20th annual Lincoln Area Snowmobile Trail Map - CLICK HERE!

The Penobscot River

Area Recreation Club News

Our area is a wonderful place for outdoor recreation. We encourage our readers to join the local clubs, ride responsibly and follow the laws. We welcome club news here at E-mail us your newsletter!

Lincoln Snowhounds Snowmobile Club

Snowhounds Club News


February 28th & March 1st. Races start at 11am each day. Registration will be from 8-10 am daily. Purse this year will be $4000.

Officers for 2008-2009:

President - Alan Smith
Vice President - Brent Lindquist
Treasurer - Bert Weed
Secretary - Cate Thompson
Trail Master - Kevin Stewart
Directors: Doug Ludden
Cliff Barker
Scott Smith
Steve Zagorianakos
Paul Bolstridge
M.S.A. Directors: Bob Jones
Mel Coffin

Ride Safely!

Please use caution. Although cold weather has arrived, water holes still exist on the trails. Contact the local warden service for the most current ice conditions on our area lakes.

Maine Snowmobile Association 2008-2009 Business Members

As of November, 2008 - Briarwood Motor Inn, Carl's Auto Parts, Clay Funeral Home, Eagle Lodge & Camps, FASTCO Corp., Gillmor's Restaurant, Irelands's Rubbish Service, Machias Savings Bank, Neal Associates, Nesting Loon Cabins LLC, Ramsay Welding & Machine,Inc., Rand Advertising LLC, Richard's Sport Shop, Roger's Small Engine Repair, S & S Transportation, Stanley Brothers LLC, Subway of Lincoln, Thompson Trucking, Inc., Thornton Brothers, Inc., and Why Not Stop.

Rand Advertising's 20th Annual Snowmobile Trail Map

Rand Advertising produces a snowmobile trail map that's easy to carry with you on the trails. The map is printed in two colors, and is updated each year. This year's map, their 20th, is shown below. You can get your copy of this year's at many area businesses, at the Chamber of Commerce office on West Broadway, or at the Lincoln Town Office. You can also click on the map below for a PDF copy.

We encourage you to join your local snowmobile or ATV club, follow the laws, and use common sense when you ride. Watch weather and trail conditions, and be sure to stay on the trails. Respect the rights of property owners who allow the trails to cross their land. With everyone's cooperation, trails will continue to be available for all to enjoy.

Greater Lincoln Bass Masters

The Greater Lincoln Bass Masters is a club located in north-central Maine that is made up of a group of people who all share a love for the sport of bass fishing. The club is committed to protecting the species while promoting the sport through good, sportsmanlike competition.
Their membership is made up of people from all over central, northern and coastal Maine and they even draw members from as far away as Massachusetts. Visit their Web site at for more information.

Penobscot Off-Road Riders

One of the youngest members of the Penobscot Off-Road Riders helps with the bridge.

Penobscot Off-Road Riders contacts:

P.O. Box 485, Lincoln, ME 04457

President Henry Carey 207-732-3953 [email protected]

End-of-season "Thank You" BBQ Held Oct. 11

November 4 - The Penobscot Off-Road Riders held a barbeque at the South Lincoln Community Progress Club on the Mohawk Road, to thank the Ladies Club Club for providing the meeting space, and also to thank the area landowners, business supporters all the ATV club's members and friends.

The club gave the Community Progress Club $300 for the use of their building as a meeting place during the season. A new clubhouse is in the works, with only one more payment due on the land. More work needs to be done before a clubhouse can be built, starting with an equipment shed.

A new trail has been constructed on Milts Way and McGregor Road, which connects to the Pierce/Webber Road. During the winter, club officers will meet with the trail master to number the trails in time for next year's trail maps*.

Next year's dues will be going to $25 per family. Due to the cost of printing and mailing newsletters, they will be sent via e-mail to members when possible.

The first meeting of the spring will be in March or April, weather permitting.

*Lee and Connie Rand, dba RAND ADVERTISING LLC, have now produced two Lincoln area ATV Trail Maps , the first last year and the second this year with the addition of trails from the Dwinal Pond Club area included. They are similar to the Lincoln area Snowmobile Trail Maps they've been printing for the past 20 years. Maps are available from the Penobscot Off-Road Riders, the Lincoln Chamber of Commerce, and at various area businesses. A PDF copy of the 2008 map is available here. If you're interested in having an ad on the 2009 Trail Maps contact them at 794-8071 or e-mail [email protected]. Next year's maps will include numbered trails and again will include the trails from the Dwinal Pond 4 Seasons Club, too.

Here's a photo taken by Lee Rand at last year's barbeque.

Seboeis Stream ATV Club

Club news will be posted here as it is received.

Downeast Lakes Region ATV Club

Club news will be posted here as it is received.

Quad County Snowmobile Club, Springfield

Club news will be posted here as it is received.

Back Country Snowmobile Club, Burlington

The club house and kitchen will be open starting Jan. 10th, Saturdays and Sundays from 11 am-4 pm.

Lee Mogul Pounders

Regular meetings are the 2nd & 4th Tuesdays of the month following a potluck supper at 6:30 pm.

Mattawamkeag Roadrunners

Meetings are the 1st Tuesday of each month.

East Branch Sno-Rovers

Seboeis Stream ATV Club

President Dale Dixon, P.O. Box 214, Howland, ME 04448, 207-732-5894 [email protected]

Dwinal Pond 4 Seasons Club

February 20 - The Dwinal Pond 4 Season Club has approached the Town of Lincoln to request that an additional mile of roadway on the Half Township Road be added to the ATV access route that has been in use for the last several years. Since this is a new route and not a renewal, an item will be placed on the Lincoln Town Council March agenda to determine whether or not the Council wants to proceed with this request. If the Council indicates it wishes to move forward with this request, Town Manager Lisa Goodwin will notify abutting landowners after the March meeting and then a public hearing will be held at the April meeting.*

Monthly meetings are held the first Monday of each month at the Clubhouse on the Old Springfield Road in East Winn. For more club information, visit their web site at :, send mail to P.O. Box 114, Winn, ME 04495, or call President Darrell Savage at 207-794-3590

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