All-Terrain Vehicle Riding

The Moosehead ATV Riders is a local club that offers a well marked trail system up the west side of Moosehead Lake. The system consists of 89 miles of trails including ITS 88, plus a new connector trail from the Burnham Pond Road around the back side of Squaw Mountain to the Brochu Road. The ITS 88 snowmobile trail from Greenville Junction to the East Outlet is available for ATV riding from the time the trails open in May, until December 15 when the trails close for snowmobile traffic only. The Big Moose Pond trailhead has a 5-mile loop, which connects to ITS 88 and offers trailer parking at the Public Lands on the North Road.

You can park your trailers and ride from the kiosk on the Dump Road (from Greenville Junction, take Depot Street south, bear right at the fork toward the Greenville Landfill). There is also trailer parking available at the Public Lands on the North Road by Squaw Brook, on the Burnham Pond Road by the I-beams, or at the Public Parking at the East Outlet.

At the East Outlet, you can continue north on the Rockwood ATV trail system.  These trails will bring you to the Rockwood area and beyond!  These trail maps are attached below for your information.

On the East side of Moosehead Lake, is another ATV club that has been working hard to open more trails for your enjoyment.  Below is an attachment for the Kokadjo Area ATV Club and their trail system.

ATVs are allowed on the roads in downtown Greenville, but please be aware of the signage and know that access is restricted after dark.

REMEMBER: Respect all landowners and their property. Please stay on the marked trails!