Valley ATV Riders

Northern Aroostook County, Maine

Valley ATV Riders Trail MAPS



Northern Maine Development Commission

2015 ATV Trail Map



 Valley ATV Riders 

from Maine Department of Conservation



Check their website


Heritage Trail
approx. 16 miles one way

46 miles from St. John to Soldier Pond

to Caribou Rd (Fox Rd) (PDF format)

to Michigan Settlement to Fort Kent Heritage Trail.
North Ridge Runners- St. Francis / Valley ATV Riders- Fort Kent 
/ Slybrook Trail Blazers- Soldier Pond



48 mile trip to St. Agatha, LakeView,
Frenchville scenic view #10,
back to Fort Kent.


Northern Maine Development Commission's web site.


051709-  Check NMDC website for a

2010 Trail from 
Fort Kent to St. Agatha Lakeview to 
Brischlotte Frenchville No. 10 Scenic view, 
back to Fort Kent-- 48 miles

This trail closed 2010 due to landowner issues...

Trail to Carter Brook, Soldier Pond, Daigle, Black Lake, Perley Brooks
is a 3 hr trip of approximately 45 miles.  
A collaberative effort with Slybrook Trail Blazers ATV Club and
VATV Riders makes this trip possible! 


Map of Heritage Trail, with bypass to Carter Brook,  
from Fort Kent to St. Francis.  
Total miles is approx. 44 miles round trip.


Heritage Trail .pdf



 2009 Northern Maine Development Commission

ATV Trails Map


2010  Trail to St. John to Soldier Pond to Fort Kent





Storage Buildings


Storage by Rogers Sport  Center

for tractor and equipment, etc.


 Storage at Lonesome Pine Ski Trails
mostly for signage and post , etc.


These signs and
others are FREE
and Available
from any
VATV club officer!


posted Aug 14, 2012

As of September 1st
Charette Hill Road access trail will end 
where the tar road ends and is not longer a 
through trail.Dirt road on Charette Hill 
is no longer an atv trail.

Reports  of abuse, excessive speed, dust, unsupervised children riding the road  on ATVs, 
driving to endanger, atv racing one another,  lack of respect  towards motorized vehicles,
 uninsured ATVs,  noise, ATVs driving on  wrong side of road, 
and more  lead to The Fort Kent Town Council  decision on Monday night. 
 posted 090308 



May 15 is the traditional date when trails open,

unless otherwise noted.

Check the website for updated news!



Handful of Wild Hazel Nuts along one of the trails








Largest Cedar tree in Northern Maine.


In August, Wild Raspberries grow nicely along this trail!


...under construction


When riding on the Heritage Trail

The Trail goes through
2 active Fort Kent Golf Course Fairways,
You must stop and acknowledge
the golfers and let them
acknowledge you before proceeding.






Important Websites and Videos



Aroostook County Tourism


* USGS - site for Maine river basins


View Ledges Shelter Project

photo compilation

7  minutes long