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Take to the snowmobile trails with us this winter!
 NEOC offers easy access to many of Maine's well-maintained and clearly marked snowmobile trails. Many snowmobile enthusiasts travel thousands of miles to ride our trails, because the best snowmobile trail conditions in Maine are right here in the Katahdin Region!
New England Outdoor Center offers the largest fleet of rental sleds in Maine! Our full fleet of Ski-Doo and Polaris snowmobiles range from high performance sleds, to touring sleds. Join us this winter and ride hundreds of miles of groomed Maine snowmobile trails right from your cabin door.
Let's make this an adventure to remember.

Full Day and Half Day Snowmobile Rentals available now! 

A Thrilling Winter Experience!
Our fleet is the largest Rental fleet in the State of Maine. The snowmobiles we rent on-site are Ski-Doo and Polaris. New England Outdoor Center is fully licensed and insured. We are located alongside to the ITS85/86 snowmobile trail. To give you peace of mind, our sleds are maintained on-site. We offer 3-Hour Guided Tours, or you can rent one of our  snowmobiles and explore the Maine woods on your own! We offer a full line of comfortable, warm, rental clothing. Because of our commitment to safety, each sled rental includes the rental of a helmet that is required to be worn at all times. We continually update our fleet with new sleds.

Morning Tours Check in at 9AM | Afternoon Tours Check in at 1PM.

Why Book a Guided Tour?
On staff we have a number of Registered Maine Guides that will be with you on your guided trips and they help take the guesswork out of your day.  A day in the Katahdin Region in Wintertime is exhilarating and breathtaking and you need to be well prepared as it is a wilderness area. Snowmobiles are recreational vehicles and are used in climate conditions that are often extreme... The open air and speed of the snowmobile can be exhilarating, but it also can be dangerous.
Our famous 3-hour tours are perfect for the novice rider or anyone who is looking to explore new scenery.