Welcome to Family Snowmobile Club

P.O. Box 1638, Bucksport ME 04416 

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Club Officers:


President: Andrew Osborne 

Phone : (207) 469-6401


Vice President: Kyle Orcutt

Phone: (207) 469-6207


Secretary: Kathy Gray


Treasurer: Laurie LaViolette


Trail Master: Mike Whitten

Phone: (207) 469-5908

FSC Board of Di

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MSA Director:

Andrew Osborne







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About Family Snowmobile Club

We have been organized for over 40 years and have about 60 miles of trails in the Bucksport and Orland area. The trail system connects to our neighbors in Orrington and Dedham Our membership is proud of the relationship we have established with the landowners who generously allow us to keep and maintain our fine trails year after year.  We have two VKs and an S-10 to keep our trails groomed for your riding pleasure and safety.  Our meetings are held every second Wednesday of the month from September through April at 6:30 pm at the Bucks Mills Rod and Gun Club on Bucks Mills Road in Bucksport There are many businesses in our area that will help make your time in the area a pleasant one. We have several stores, motels and restaurants. Visit them the next time you come to town.  We also have several snowmobile related businesses including, but not limited to, a Polaris dealer. 



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Useful Links:


Maine Snowmobile Association


Snow Information & Weather


Snow Depth Map


Sled Maine


Orrington Trail Riders


Great Pond Mountain Conservation Trust


Eastern Maine Snowmobilers, Inc.


Maine Snowmobiling.com


Snowmobile Rental Agents




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The Club would like to thank the Great Pond Mountain Conservation Trust for allowing us to use trails that pass through their land. The GPMCT is dedicated to preserving our wonderful Maine wilderness. To learn more about the GPMCT and their organization, click







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