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Explore the Rangeley Region by ATV

Discover the amazing beauty of the Rangeley Lakes Region by ATV!  Riding an ATV is an exciting way to explore the Rangeley Lakes Region.

In the Rangeley Lakes Region, ATV trails are managed and maintained by the Rangeley ATV Club, Oquossoc ATV Club (trails off Bemis Road and connecting to Andover trails), Flagstaff Area ATV Club (trails from Depot Street connecting to Stratton, Eustis, Carrabassett and Kingfield) and Narrow Gauge ATV Club (trails south of Rangeley leading to Madrid and Phillips).  ALL of the local trails are granted access by the generosity of private landowners. It is a privilege to use this land - it is not a right.

Do your part to keep Maine’s ATV trails open for generations to come:

  • Stay on marked ATV trails. ATV trails have green and white signs. Not all snowmobile trails are ATV trails.
  • Respect closed trail signs.
  • Never drink and ride.
  • Drive to the right and at an appropriate speed.
  • Tread lightly – Don’t tear up the trail!
  • Remember that modified exhausts are illegal.
  • Be respectful on ATV access routes – Yield to all traffic and never pass a vehicle.
  • Register your ATV. It is required and helps pay for trail maintenance and support.
  • Support a local ATV club by donating your time and/or money.
  • Take your trash with you.

For more information on ATVing in Maine please visit Inland Fisheries & Wildlife ATV page.

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