Snowmobiling

It doesn’t get any better than snowmobiling in the western mountains of Maine. We personally groom over 100 miles of trails, that connect to Jackman, Rockwood, Chesuncook Lake House, and Millinocket.  Our trails are known to be some of the best in the entire state. The groomer drives directly in front of our rooms and lodge. We are able to set up snowmobile rentals for your visit as well.

Hunting

Whether you are looking to hunt grouse, moose, deer, coyote, or even bear, you are at the right spot.  We are located within 329,000 acres of conservation easement lands that is at your access. Every year there are many trophy animals harvested from this area.We do have guides available for just about everything.  Just let us know what you are looking for and we surely will get things set up for you.

Fishing

Located on the confluence of the North & South Branches of the Penobscot River….it doesn’t getting any better than this. Brook trout are abundant in these area waters.  Each year 18″-22″ brookies are caught directly out front of our establishement.  These fish are 100% native as well.  There are no stocking programs up here so what you catch is all-natural!

Camping

I’m not sure if there is any better place to be able to sit and relax. Whether it is by the river or a campfire, there is something for everyone. Our sites all have power 24/7.  There is water available to fill your holding tanks on your way in and a dump station to use prior to leaving. We offer daily, weekly rates. Not to mention, our seasonal rate is only $1400.00 for the year.

Events

Pittston Farm is the perfect setting for your next corporate event or outing. With outdoor activities, lodging, delicious food and all the ambiance you could ask for, make a reservation today! From small events to weddings and major sporting initiatives, we have the amenities to take care of all your needs.

Food & Fuel

You can’t be this remote without access to fuel, right? Gas or Food. Fill up your truck, ATV or snowmobiles with convenience right here at our pumps. Then, enjoy some of our delicious home made meals. From our delicious breads and rolls to our amazing pies and desserts. We even make our own sausage and burger! We keep EVERYTHING running here.

Jennifer & Guy Mills
Owners, Pittston Farm Lodge
53 Pittston Farm Road Rockwood, Maine 04478
207.280.0000
info@pittstonfarm.com

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Well, it's decision time. We have plenty of snow to groom at Pittston Farm. Chesuncook Lakehouse received even more than we did from this last storm. They too are willing to groom towards us. Jackman however, did not receive much out of the last storm and therefore will not be grooming.

So the question is.... do we groom?.... Will the riders come?????

The whole if you build it they will come... it's a lot of $$ for fuel and such and would hate to spend it if no one is interested in riding.
Warm weather is forecasted for the end of the week as well.

So basically, we are looking for a little feedback.
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Janice FournierAre waterways still safe?1 month ago
David MillerWas planning to come up this weekend planning around rain Saturday, maybe Sunday and Monday for a two day ride off trail of you think conditions are ok1 month ago   ·  1
Dan Wagnerif you average it out with the income for the rest of winter, id say groomer up buttercup!1 month ago   ·  4
Andy SquegliaGroom it up!!! And we will be up1 month ago   ·  2
Mark GilbertIt'd suck to break a machine for a few inches that will disappear with the first warm up. Leave the trails, keep the money in your pockets. It's been a poor season to begin with, and you've done as well as anyone else could've.1 month ago   ·  4
Ron DeFeoGroom to Raymond's would wait until next week colder and more snow-too warm end of this week1 month ago
Daniel PlantIf it's all new let it be. Can't imagine what sleds that do go would hurt it to bad.. The hungry ones will go anyway save the ware an tear an $. You have done a great job this year with nothing.1 month ago   ·  2
Amy LaneSays close to 60 degrees, rain and above freezing through the week. Let those that want to ride enjoy the untouched fresh stuff while it lasts. Better seasons ahead!1 month ago
Lisa GreenSave the $$. Riding powder is fun if it was Friday I'd say groom. Warm weather will chew it up before the weekend.1 month ago   ·  2
Jeffrey Morselots of fun riding this time of year on ungroomed stuff, wish i was motivated to head up but i've mentally checked out.1 month ago   ·  1
Paul RondeauNext year is another year, let nature takes its course my friends! Thank you for what you have done this year:)1 month ago   ·  1
Jim TurcotteI would do the better roads 1-2 more times and call it good. Save the money for next season which I predict will be epic.1 month ago   ·  3
Donna DaigleTo late in the season for grooming. Winter was not so good. Praying next winter is much better.1 month ago   ·  2
DM HuntWe are out for the season unfortunately, save the $$ for next year! Thank you for all you've done this year!1 month ago   ·  1
Andy SquegliaGonna cool down Saturday through Tuesday1 month ago   ·  1
Randall York SrPlease post if you do groom , going to check on coming up this weekend1 month ago   ·  1
Mike DeLongI wanna ride once more! And cold end of the week and more snow next week1 month ago
Jim GamageHow much snow do you have on the ground and how much additional did you get?1 month ago
Lynne DoyleSave it for next year. It's going to be a good one!1 month ago
Sean Beckmore snow could be on the way in the next 10-14 days...1 month ago
Warren KimballBoy I was wondering if I should make the trip to camp this weekend. ...... I just might have to!1 month ago

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Again, I wish I could post some better news. However, we received 3-4" of new snow and then a substantial amount of sleet. Unfortunately, it isn't enough for us to roll the groomers. Therefor I can only recommend off trail at this point. But there is some great off trail riding available not far from here. We have had a couple of groups in that have found some good riding.

We are still not giving up. You just never know what Mother Nature may do. We had over 4' come the first week of April in the past. So my fingers, toes, and anything else is crossed hoping to be able to have one last blast of a weekend before mud season hits with full force.
As always I will keep you all posted if and when we receive any additional snow. In the meantime I am hearing about some amazing riding in the county!! Don't miss out on it. What's a few more hours of driving for great trails!
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Sean BeckEarly April will bring cold back and perhaps more snow1 month ago   ·  1

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Well I hope it doesn't stop!!! Guy called me while I was on my home from central Maine and told me it was snowing so hard he couldn't see across the driveway. So he said for me to not try to drive in with the visibility at zero.

So let's all keep our fingers crossed for 6+". That's the total needed to be out grooming!!
I will post pictures and an update when I get home tomorrow.
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Jan WalcknerIf you can only get to Rockwood come stay with us!1 month ago   ·  1
Luisa SurprenantTell him to turn the light on,haha.1 month ago   ·  1
Jason BarberDoug Clement bring your sled!!1 month ago
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I wish I could be writing that we have a foot of new snow on the way and we are grooming. But that's just not the case. I will say, we are not putting our groomers away yet!! We are hoping Mother Nature may change her mind on spring and dump a big storm. It wouldn't be the first time. Several years back, we were done snowmobiling and mud season had arrived. Then the first week of April we received 4+ feet of snow. And we were back out grooming!! SO we haven't given up all hope!

We did just have a group come in that had been riding off trail. They said the riding on logging roads was great and they put on over 100 miles yesterday afternoon. Guy also went out exploring new trail options, and he too said the riding was pretty good on the road systems up here. We will be here and open, but with a limited menu. If you arrive and we are not in the lodge.... look around. We are not going anywhere just may be in another building working on some projects!!
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Mike SukalasAnd Dave at jackman powersports said they will start grooming again if we get more snow soon1 month ago   ·  1
Echo ZerofourGreat posting Jen and great work Guy. See you in a couple months.1 month ago   ·  1

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