Snowmobiling & ATVing

With its 33 lakes and ponds, plus many wooded trails, Bridgton has a wealth of snowmobiling and ATVing opportunities. Both activities are regulated by the Maine Department of Inland Fisheries & Wildlife, and you can view their snowmobile & ATV information page here.

How to Register a Snowmobile or ATV

To register your snowmobile or ATV, visit the Bridgton Town Clerk‘s office. If you’re renewing a registration, you can either come in to see us, or use the State of Maine’s online snowmobile and ATV registration system.

Where to Go Snowmobiling

Below is  a list of snowmobiling areas compiled by the Bridgton Easy Riders snowmobile club. For up-to-date information and conditions, and to learn how to join the club, visit their website.

Bridgton Snowmobile Areas (more info here)

ITS 80 From ITS 89 to where it hits Lovell club trail (near E-3)
ITS 89 North From B-9 to H-1 (top of Crystal Lake)
ITS 89 South / Railroad Bed From B-9 to B-1
South Bridgton Trail From B-1 to Long Lake, Naples takes it at N-8
West Bridgton Trail From B-5 to Moose Pond, with little jaunt to Highland Lake
Otter Pond Trail From B-4 to B-6, with little jaunt down to Otter Pond
Mt. Henry Trail (subset of Otter Pond Trail) From B-4 to Lampron’s Lil’ Mart, cross over 302 to continue on to Otter Pond Trail
Stearns Pond Trail Off ITS 80 at E-1
Highland Lake Trail From B-9 to Highland Lake
Long Lake Access Trail Off ITS 89 at B-10
Punkin Valley Trail Other side of Moose Pond (B-11) connecting to F-2 and F-3

Where to Go ATVing

Check out the Lakes Region ATV club for information on the many ATVing opportunities in and around Bridgton.