On The Trails

                                                          

ON THE TRAILS is a new page and is in addition to the Trails Page.

ON THE TRAILS will be information on what's happening on the trails throughout the season. As information becomes available we will keep you up to date on trail conditions and he will also need your feedback with any suggestions.

The Trails Page is more of a permanent posting about our trail system, such as maps, safety and other important information people should know about our trails.

TRAIL UPDATE
E-Ville Riders Snowmobile Club
Elliottsville Twp. Maine

WINTER 2016 SEASON 

 

Future Trail up-dates will be going out to just club members, non members can check facebook or our web page for up-dates

 

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E-Ville Riders Snowmobile Club
 

Hi Everyone

Information Up-Date 1/11/2016 and I have some good news and bad.

 

THE BAD NEWS Snowmobiling has not been good so far this year, we got some snow before the ground was frozen and a lot of puddles and mud under the snow. We also got a lot of rain this past weekend.

"THIS IS VERY IMPORTANT AND PLEASE BE CAREFUL"

Lakes are not safe due to the mild weather we had in Nov and Dec. Moosehead Lake is open Onawa Lake, Sebec Lake and Greenwood Pond has very thin ice and is still  open in places. PLEASE STAY OFF THE LAKES.

 

THE GOOD NEWS  Tuesday evening we are expecting a snow storm 8 to 12 inches of snow.

 

The State of Maine announced that the State is participating in two special weekends to provide enhanced opportunity for snowmobilers.

 

Tri-State Snowmobile Weekend: This annual three-day event will take place January 29 31, 2016 and allows all legally registered Maine snowmobiles to be operated in New Hampshire and Vermont without being registered in those states. This also means that all snowmobiles legally registered in New Hampshire and Vermont can be operated in Maine without a current Maine registration.

Maine and New Brunswick Free Trail Weekend: From February 12-14, 2016, snowmobilers from Maine can obtain a FREE 3-Day Trail Permit to ride in New Brunswick. The special free permit must be obtained online by visiting www.nbfsc.com. All snowmobiles and snowmobilers on NBFSC trails will still be required to carry personal PLPD insurance ($200,000.00 minimum) and have a current 2016 snowmobile registration from Maine. Additionally, riders from New Brunswick will be permitted to operate in Maine without a current Maine registration on those dates.

 

On behalf of the Officers and Board of Directors we wish you a safe riding season.

 

Angelo

 

 
 
12/22/2015
Hi Everyone,
 

 TRAIL UP-DATE

Presently we have over 65  miles of trails that we have been maintaining and grooming. This year there will be a cut back of trails because of logging  operations in the area. We will still have plenty of scenic trails for snowmobiling.

I know it will effect some of you, so please contact me for some alternatives we might have.

Anyone who would like to help groom trails please contact me, We probably won't start grooming till the middle of Jan unless we get a big change in weather.  

At the bottom of the letter is listed  the open and closed trails.

 

On behalf of the Officers and Board of Directors we wish you a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year.

 

Angelo

 
 
Trails Open for Snowmobiling 2016
 
C & E Trail & Trailhead
Bunny Trail
Old Onawa Rd Trail
Onawa Lake to the Richard Thomas Trail
Richard Thomas Trail North of the trestle
Long Pond Trail
Wilson Falls Trail ( new this year Elliottsville Rd to the Falls & Return )
Elliottsville Trail ( will be groomed by the Narrow  Gauge Club this year )
Elliottsville Rd from the top of Ledge Hill to the Old Onawa rd
Greenwood Pond Rd
Onawa Rd from the Elliottsville Rd to the Parking Lot  ( new this year )
Bodfish Valley Rd from the Elliottsville Rd to the Long Pond Stream Trail
 
Trails Closed for Snowmobiling 2016  ( DUE TO LOGING )
 
Parlin Trail
Kings X Over
Ship Pond Stream Trail
Buttermilk Trail
Benson Trail
Richard Thomas Trail  ( from the Benson Trail to the Trestle )

 



The two main entrances to our trails is from the trailhead off the Elliottsville Rd or from the Shippond  Stream Trail which is off the Green Point Rd in Willamantic.

 

PLEASE STAY ON THE MARKED TRAILS WE CAN'T AFFORD TO LOOSE ANY MORE TRAILS

 
 
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Elliottsville Twp.  and Onawa is located just off the Moosehead Trail in the 100 mile wilderness between Guilford and Greenville. Elliottsville has great Fishing, Hunting and Snowmobiling. Our Snowmobile Trails are Groomed and well maintained, they are great for family riding.

We also have many unique towns near by Dover-Foxcroft, Guilford, Willimantic, Sangerville, Abbot, Abbot Village, Blanchard, Shirley, Monson and Greenville. 

Come and enjoy our trails that are surrounded by the beauty of the Appalachian Trail, Bodfish Valley,  Big Wilson Stream, Borestone Mountain, Barren Mountain, Benson Mountain, Greenwood Mountain, Greenwood Pond, Sebec Lake, Onawa Trestle and Onawa Lake. Close by we have Monson Pond and Lake Hebron in the town of Monson Maine.

Fishing at it's finest Brook Trout, Salmon and Lake Trout ( Togue ) in the Lakes Ponds and Streams. ( Onawa Lake, Greenwood Pond Grindstone Pond, Sebec Lake, Monson Pond, Lake Hebron, Shirley Pond and Moosehead Lake to name a few. Most of them are also Ice Fishing Waters.

We have it all in this section of Maine. It is place to enjoy all seasons Spring, Summer, Fall and Winter in Elliottsville Moosehead Trail 100 Mile Wilderness.