Rangeley is an ATV-friendly town with a premier trail network.
Rangeley is a woods town with great park-and-ride facilities and an active ATV club that maintains 70 miles of Maine’s best ATV trails. These range from family-friendly trails with scenic overlooks to challenging terrain with rock climbs, streams, and mud holes. You can easily spend a week here and enjoy a different ride every day.
ATV trails: Where to go
Rangeley is part of the 138-mile Moose Loop Trail, which connects the trails of seven ATV clubs in Maine’s Western mountains. This network (the largest in Maine) offers great opportunities for all-day and multi-day rides to ATV-friendly towns with great restaurants and entertainment.
A ride up Quill Hill is one of the most unique ATVing experiences in Maine. It’s a fun, four-mile ride to the 2,848′ summit, where you’ll be rewarded with breathtaking 360-degree views of Western Maine’s high peaks.
ATV trails: Maps & info
ATV trail maps are available at Boss Power Equipment, Lakeside Convenience, Rangeley Chamber of Commerce, and Rev-It-Up Sport Shop. The helpful staff at these locations can also recommend where to go and provide tips on local trail conditions.
Where to park
Entering Rangeley on Rt. 16 (Main St), there is a public park-and-ride lot on the left, across from the IGA. Continuing down the hill, there is another lot on the right, at the intersection of Main St and Depot St. Parking is also available at Rev-It-Up Sport Shop and Boss Power Equipment .
When to ride
Most trails are open from Memorial Day through October 31.
Maine requires registration of all ATVs. Non-residents and renewing residents may register online or at Rangeley town office. First-time residents must appear in person. Registration funds go toward maintenance and development of the state’s trail network. Thank you for your support.