E-Ville Riders Snowmobile Club

WELCOME TO ELLIOTTSVILLE Twp. A WINTER WONDERLAND

Elliottsville is located just off the Moosehead Trail in the 100 mile wilderness between Guilford and Greenville. 

We also have many unique towns near by Dover-Foxcroft, Guilford, Willimantic, Sangerville, Abbot, Abbot Village, Blanchard, Shirley, Monson and Greenville. 

Come and enjoy our trails that are surrounded by the beauty of the Appalachian Trail,  Big Wilson Stream, Borestone Mountain, Barren Mountain, Benson Mountain, Greenwood Pond, Sebec Lake, Onawa Trestle and Onawa Lake.

BORESTONE MOUNTAIN IN THE DISTANCE

 

We hope our web page is helpful in planning your sledding trip through the Elliottsville area.

" WE WELCOME NEW MEMBERS TO OUR CLUB "

 

Club Mission Statement

The Mission of the E-Ville Riders Snowmobile Club is to promote a safe environment for snowmobiling. Educate members to respect the land that we are on and the landowners for allowing us to enjoy our sport and the scenic beauty of Maine. To work with landowners of Elliottsville Twp. to develop a trail system for today and future generations. 

 

 

Elliottsville   Twp. 

 Honors it's Country and Supports Our Troops

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TRAIL INFORMATION

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Calendar of Events
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Ice Cream Social

" Make Your Own Ice Cream Sundae Will Resume 2014 "

 

Camp Chat
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Member of the Year

 

Open Water Fishing Information
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Ice Fishing Information
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Winter in  Elliottsville & Mooshead Trail

 

Michigan Snow Mobile Club
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Archive Articles

The Cobe & Eula  Trailhead       1st Annual Elliottsville Days        GPS & GEOCACHING

The 80 Mile Ride      Noisy Brook Trip      HUNTERS BREAKFAST & SUPPER PICTURES

Christmas Club 2008

    ICE CREAM SOCIAL PICTURES 2008  

Ice Cream Social Pictures 2009

Ice Cream Social Pictures 2010

 

February Madness

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COOKOUT             A DAY ON  ONAWA LAKE               POT LUCK SUPPER

2010 

 C00KOUT                A DAY ON ONAWA LAKE               POT LUCK SUPPER

 

 

                                                                                             

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Elliottsville Twp.  and Onawa is located just off the Moosehead Trail in the 100 mile wilderness between Guilford and Greenville. Elliottsville has great Fishing, Hunting and Snowmobiling. Our Snowmobile Trails are Groomed and well maintained, they are great for family riding.

We also have many unique towns near by Dover-Foxcroft, Guilford, Willimantic, Sangerville, Abbot, Abbot Village, Blanchard, Shirley, Monson and Greenville. 

Come and enjoy our trails that are surrounded by the beauty of the Appalachian Trail, Bodfish Valley,  Big Wilson Stream, Borestone Mountain, Barren Mountain, Benson Mountain, Greenwood Mountain, Greenwood Pond, Sebec Lake, Onawa Trestle and Onawa Lake. Close by we have Monson Pond and Lake Hebron in the town of Monson Maine.

Fishing at it's finest Brook Trout, Salmon and Lake Trout ( Togue ) in the Lakes Ponds and Streams. ( Onawa Lake, Greenwood Pond Grindstone Pond, Sebec Lake, Monson Pond, Lake Hebron, Shirley Pond and Moosehead Lake to name a few. Most of them are also Ice Fishing Waters.

We have it all in this section of Maine. It is place to enjoy all seasons Spring, Summer, Fall and Winter in Elliottsville Moosehead Trail 100 Mile Wilderness.