Getting ready for your next trip?
The MSA has compiled an extensive list of resources to make your next snowmobile adventure safe, informed & enjoyable. Review the features available listed below and visit the for yourself.The features listed below are available from the Trip Planning menu item on the Home page.
Latest snowmobile conditions from the NWS!
To find the latest snowfall amounts and snow base reporting, visit the NWS at following link for up to the minute reporting.
The ITS Map
The Map of Maine’s Interconnected Trail System (ITS) is provided to snowmobilers through the joint effort of the Maine Snowmobile Association and the Snowmobile Division of the Maine Bureau of Parks and Lands, Department of Conservation under the direction of the MSA Trails Committee. The trails themselves are created through the efforts of the snowmobile clubs, the Snowmobile Division, local municipalities, supporting businesses and the many landowners throughout the state of Maine who generously allow access to sledders.
MSA Winter Trail Condition Reporting
The Trail Conditions are reported by MSA Club Members with first hand information regarding the trails in their area. Direct internet links are also provided to each reporting club for the most up to date trail information.
The MSA has assembled a collection of Trail Map resources provided to us by MSA Clubs, Businesses, and Chamber of Commerce’s. Many of the maps can be downloaded as PDF files and some sources will sell you a printed map for a reasonable fee. Provided links will take you to the source website.
Five Regional categories: Central, Coastal, Eastern, Northern, Western
By using “Tags” you can combine Trail Maps with Regional Trail Condition reports.
Services for Snowmobilers
Businesses in Maine take care of snowmobilers all winter long, and over 2100 Maine businesses support the trails by purchasing business memberships in their local clubs. In the communities which benefit from the snowmobiling economy, riders will find accommodations, dining, snowmobile rentals, gasoline, snowmobile sales, repairs and parts, guide services, and more often than not, local knowledge of the trails and conditions.
Please support these MSA Member Businesses -They support you!