Sandy River Riders Trail’s
Most of our 60 miles of trails are developed for all riding abilities. All trails are signed for ease of finding your way around and to ensure that you stay on approved trails.
Trail signs are numbered and correspond to our new trail map so you will always know where you are on our trails.
You can also so mail a check or money order to :Sandy River Riders ATV Club P.O. Box 66 Strong, Maine 04983
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Moose Loop and Connecting Club’s Trail’s
Sandy River Riders maintain miles of the Moose Loop Trail, Connecting our trail system to the Narrow Gauge Riders in Phillips, and to the Kingfield Quad Runners in Kingfield. Many more miles of trails reach north connecting the trails systems of Stratton/Eustis, Carrabasset and Rangeley, Maine.
For Moose Loop and individual club maps contact the individual clubs directly or check out The Moose Loop Website
Whether you are looking for scenic overlooks or just to be out in the beautiful Maine woods, you are sure to find some trails that meet your desires. Ride up to Allen’s Pinnacle for a spectacular view or down to Stubbs Meadow where you might encounter some wildlife. Ride through the woods along the Old Narrow Gauge Railroad bed and experience a piece of local history. You can ride to the top of Day Mountain and view the pond that was the old Strong water supply as well as doing some exploring to look for the elusive Pierpole’s cave.
In addition to the network of trails maintained by our club there are other places to ride in the local area. An excellent network of trails is located at Mt. Blue State Park in weld. The trails are well maintained and wind through the forest with some nice views of the mountains. Ride on up to the top of Hedgehog Hill where there is a spectacular view of Webb Lake and the many surrounding mountains.
Another good place to ride is in the Rangeley to Stratton area on about 37 miles of trails maintained by the Camp-2 Trail Riders ATV Club of Rangeley.