• April 2017 – Club News

    Portage Lakers Snowmobile Club   Contact Us! portagelakersmembership@gmail.com Or visit us on the web:  www.portagelakerssnowmobileclub.org Find us on Facebook! https://www.facebook.com/portage.lakers   Another successful Pie Auction was held at the end of February.  We auctioned off 38 items that were baked by 25 people who graciously offered to make a treat (or three).  Thank you!  We had […]

  • Club News – March 2017

    Portage Lakers Snowmobile Club   Contact Us! portagelakersmembership@gmail.com Or visit us on the web:  www.portagelakerssnowmobileclub.org Find us on Facebook! https://www.facebook.com/portage.lakers   As quickly as it begins, it’s almost over.  What a great season of riding we’ve been given.  I’m writing this in February, yet thinking ahead to April.  And all that’s left of this season to […]

TrailBully

See where our groomer is and where’s it’s been over the past

24 hours!

Trails are in great condition…hard base.  Caution as corners

may be icy.  Ride right, ride safe!

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ABOUT US!

The town of Portage Lake is located in Aroostook County and is also the southernmost entrance into the St. John Valley. With the support of our 75 + members, we are able to maintain over 50 miles of  ITS trails & 30 + miles of local trails, providing access to over 2,300 miles of riding in Northern Maine’s scenic winter wonderland!

“The adventures on our trails are abundant!!!”

Year-round lodging, food, gas and trail information is available.

Winter being the busiest season for Portage Lake with snowmobiling, ice fishing, cross-country skiing and the Can-Am Dog Sled Races, the town’s people are never too busy to offer information or a helping hand to anyone in need!!!

Come and enjoy beautiful Portage Lake and all it has to offer!


The County–named one of the “Top Five Snowmobiling Destinations in the East!!

“There are two things you need to know about The County: It’s a long way from almost anywhere, and it’s worth the trip. Aroostook County is the largest and most northerly county in the eastern U.S., so it has a long snow season. If there’s snow anywhere in the East, it’s up in the St. John River Valley at the northern end. “

~ SnoGoer magazine (September 28, 2012)

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