Log Off. Shut Down. Go Outside.
Patten ATV Club is an all-volunteer non-profit organization located in Patten, Maine. The Club's mission is to maintain trails in the Greater Patten Area.
We strive to be a family oriented club. Since our inception in 2010, 300 members have joined us. About 100 landowners have granted us permission to utilize their land for our trail systems.
We have 100+ miles of readily accessible side-by-side trails, with plans to build yet another new trail in the near future. Currently, our Maine ATV trails are in Patten, Mount Chase, Moro, Hersey, Crystal and Stacyville.
We connect to several local clubs in our surrounding area. Katahdin Valley Wheelers, Island Falls Freewheelers and Knowles Corner Wheelers are a few of the clubs we are associated with, which adds 100's of miles of riding!
Our club trail systems connect to many local businesses that support us. There are gas stations, restaurants and lodging near by, conveniently marked on the trails.
If you are ever in the area and are in need of a day or weekend of riding, this is the place to be. Come check us out!
Patten ATV Club will get you out on the trails!
"EXCELLENT PEOPLE. THE TRAILS ARE WELL MAINTAINED AND SIGNED. THE NEW MAPS AND MY GPS PROVIDED AN AWESOME EXPERIENCE."
"AWESOME TRAILS! AWESOME SIGNAGE! IT REALLY SHOWS HOW MUCH WORK YOU GUYS PUT IN. THANKS!"
"GREAT TRAILS. DENNIS BRACKETT WENT OUT OF HIS WAY TO PROVIDE US WITH GOOD INFO AND MAPS. THANKS, DENNIS. WE HAD A GREAT TIME. WE'LL BE BACK NEXT YEAR."
"Living in small town USA is tough, but knowing that there are such organizations that TRULY care about the landowners first, and those that use their land to recreate second is truly admirable! Trail Master Den, you all have done an AMAZING job in building, and maintaining such a vast trail system, kudos to all involved! We are honored to belong to such an amazing club, AND we don't even own an ATV of our own any more! But, when we get the chance to get out there, we truly see that all of your hard work has paid off!!!"
"RODE YOUR TRAILS OVER THE WEEKEND. THEY WERE GREAT. THANKS FOR ALL THAT YOU DO."