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
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.