Snowmobiling in Massachusetts gets support for many clubs and services

Snowmobiling is the hard-core winter snow sport, requiring sophisticated equipment and extensive trails. Massachusetts and other New England states have many snowmobiling clubs that maintain trails and welcome newcomers.

Enjoy these Snowmobiling experience stories at Explore New England.
Snowy Trail - Douglas State Forest - Douglas, MA
Douglas State Forest

107 Wallum Lake Road Douglas, MA, 01516 Phone: 508-476-7872

Snowmobiling is allowed on this 6,000-acre forest. - Trail Map (PDF)
Snowy Trail - Beartown State Forest - Monterey, MA - Photo Credit Laurie Whitelock
Beartown State Forest

69 Blue Hill Road Monterey, MA, 01245 Phone: 413-528-0904

Snowmobiling at Beartown State Forest is permitted, provided there's just been a good snowstorm; 4 inches of hard-packed snow is required for this activity. Glide through the glistening snow and take in nature's beauty! - Trail Map (PDF)
Snowy Trail - Mount Greylock State Reservation - Lanesborough, MA - Photo Credit Aubri Drake
Mount Greylock State Reservation

30 Rockwell Road Lanesborough, MA, 01237 Phone: 413-499-4262

There are multiple snowmobile trails available for use in appropriately snowy conditions on majestic Mount Greylock. Trail Map (PDF)
Winter Trail - Jug End State Reservation - Egremont, MA - Photo Credit Ken & Christina MacLean
Jug End State Reservation

Jug End Road Egremont, MA, 01258 Phone: 413-528-0330

Snowmobiling is allowed at this rustic property. - Trail Map (PDF)
Winter Scene - Hopkinton State Park - Hopkinton, MA - Photo Credit John Nicol
Hopkinton State Park

164 Cedar Street Hopkinton, MA, 01748 Phone: 508-435-4303

Hopkinton State Park on the Hopkinton Reservoir has many multi-use trails. Trail system is for all users. Snowmobiles are allowed when snow cover is at least four inches deep. - Trail Map (PDF)
Middlesex Fells Reservation - Stoneham, MA - Photo Credit Karine Thate
Middlesex Fells Reservation

4 Woodland Road Stoneham, MA, 02180 Phone: 617-727-1199

Natural refuge set on over 2,000 acres. Visitors here can enjoy biking, hiking and cross-country ski trails. Canoeing, fishing, and swimming areas are offered, as well as a visitor's center with historic information. - Trail Map (PDF)
Winter Trail - Mount Grace State Forest - Warwick, MA - Photo Credit Jezrielle Grace
Mount Grace State Forest

78 Winchester Road Warwick, MA, 01378 Phone: 978-544-3939

Snowmobiling is allowed at this state forest. - Trail Map (PDF)
Snowmobiling in Massachusetts
Leominster State Forest

90 Fitchburg Road - Route 31 Leominster, MA, 01420 Phone: 508-874-2303

Winter recreation includes snowmobiling, only on unpaved roads and the multi-use trails. - Trail Map (PDF)
Winter View - Kenneth Dubuque Memorial State Forest - Hawley, MA - Credit Luke Gariepy
Kenneth Dubuque Memorial State Forest

MA Route 8A Hawley, MA, 01339 Phone: 413-339-5504

This 7,882-acre forest allows offers snowmobiling on 35 miles of trails, if snow conditions allow. Interior roads are in bad shape. All trash must be carried out. Parking is at King Corner garage on Route 8A. Alcoholic beverages are not allowed. - Trail Map (PDF)