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From North and South: Take I-95 to Exit 75 for US-202/ME-4/ME-100. Turn right on Washington Street and after about one mile take another right onto ME Route 122/Poland Spring Road. After passing under I-95, turn left to continue on ME Route 122/Poland Spring Road. At 3 miles, turn right at Empire Road which will be the second road encountered on the right side. Continue just over a half mile to State Park Road and parking can be seen across from State Park Road on the right.

There is a FEE YEAR-ROUND, and visitors who frequent the mountain bike trails via the parking lot across the gate must pay the Self Pay Station iron cylinder, in the parking lot. 

Description

Several loop trails offer fun rolling single track suitable for intermediate level mountain bikers. All the loops are accessed off the central double track trail and wind through mature pine and hardwood forests. The trails were built with the help of local volunteers. Trails may be used for skiing, snowshoeing, and fat biking in the winter months. 

Other Information

Hunting is allowed on this property. Please wear blaze orange in season.

Trail Manager

Visit Maine Bureau of Parks and Lands online for more information or contact:

Maine Bureau of Parks and Lands, Poland Spring
PO Box 475
Poland Spring, ME 04274
Phone: (207) 998-4104

Comments

kmagoun07 September 24, 2015, 7:20 am EDT

As a beginner, these are some of my favorite mountain biking trails in the region. Well-marked, flowy, and with relatively mild ups and downs... these trails are fast and confidence-inspiring. Not too many roots and rocks, and the only mud I've ever seen at Range Pond is in the parking lot. Small park, but packs a lot of fun.

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