l am a member of the State of Maine's "Landowner/Sportsman Relations Advisor Board" (LSRAB) ... if there are questions, l can try and help ... l can't tell you who owns what, you have to go to the specific town for that ... but if you have State questions ... l can either tell you the answer or help you get it!!
Enjoy Maine ... Tread Lightly, Respect the Landowner ... and get permission!
oh wow. i guess i didnt know that.so atvs are allowed? so the name of tht place is allwheels? and on college ave heading towards greene right? how are the trails there?
At all-wheels, you can run anything (From my knowledge.) I believe the same is true for RMTP. Both Don (All Wheels) and John (RMTP) are great guys! Get their number off their site and give them a call! They're very cool folks. Most likely, if it's got wheels or tracks, they've either driven it, owned one or seen one run. If not, I bet they'd love to have the opportunity to do one of the above!
I know for sure that ATV's are allowed at both. I've seen pics of ATV's running at all wheels and one of our members drove his quad at RMTP when we were there last summer.
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Yeah... Power lines in maine are 100% illegal for ohv. Its a $500 fine... And they are spotting with helicopters and game cameras. You have no idea you were caught until you get the fine in the mail with a pix of your rig and it's plate.
Joining a club is by far the best way to do it right... Our just go to all wheels or rmtp
Wow, good to know, I am up in northern Maine, more atv trails than you can shake a stick at. we do have lot's of unimproved roads up here, like route 1, 1a......etc.