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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.


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.


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!


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.


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

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Welllllllllllll......... I'm currently 4 hrs south of home and it surely looks like spring. But Guy tells me our trails have held up over the weekend. With the warm temperatures forecasted, it isn't looking good for anymore trail riding. The off trail riding will be good for a little longer. We will surely keep you posted.

As always we are open, but will not have fuel since as the snow melts its reeking havoc on our road.

On another note: For those dad has been in the hospital since last Tuesday. Starting at Maine General in Augusta and then being transferred to Central Maine Medical Center in Lewiston. He had pneumonia and CHF. He is improving now. But it's been a little stressful over the the last week, but moving in the right direction now.
I can't thank everyone enough for the thoughts and prayers that were sent our way. It means more than you realize!! ❤️💕❤️💕❤️
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Glen BennettPrayers for you and your dad, hoping he gets the help he needs to get better. And safe travels to you on those long drives home and back!!! Didn't make to the farm as many times as I hoped this season, but should be by this summer.2 months ago   ·  1
Steve SmithJennifer prayers being sent for a speedy recovery for your Dad. On a side note, I always enjoy coming up to historic pittston farm on snowmobile. I wish I got up more but there will be a next year. Great job grooming as well. See you all in the winter!2 months ago   ·  1
Glenn VaccaroWishing happy thoughts for you and your family 😉....O by the way you guys have done an awesome job with the trails this year,I hope you had an outstanding season.we will see you first week of July!2 months ago   ·  1
Lisa GreenGlad hes doing better! Yes the trail to seboomook was wonderful rough but still snow. Off trail there's about 3 ft. of snow and very soft!2 months ago   ·  2
John AndersonSorry to hear about your dad Jennifer...we just left on our final ride of the the farm can't wait to be back! Tell Guy and Adam thanks for the beers and hospitality2 months ago   ·  1
Tina MaglioJennifer Mills you and Guy did a great job maintaining the trails for as long as you guys could, hats off to you both! We love you all.2 months ago   ·  1
SueandJoe TracyJen sorry to hear about this 😢 cmmc is only 10 or 15 minutes from our house. More than welcome to crash here. Xoxoxo2 months ago   ·  1
Lisa PlaistedPrayers to your dad and of course your entire family during this trying time <32 months ago   ·  1
Tina AlbertGlad he is getting better. If you need any thing let me know2 months ago   ·  2
Jessica CummingsHope he feels better soon. If we can do anything please let us know. Take care and safe travels2 months ago   ·  2
Martin RigoulotWosh him the best and miss my times up there just got over the same thing2 months ago   ·  1
Jennifer Fleming MangoThoughts and prayers for you and your Dad, hope he has a speedy recovery! 💜🙏🏻2 months ago   ·  2
John ArmentroutIf you need a place much closer to Lewiston for a few nights let me know.2 months ago   ·  1
Michael GualtieriSending good thoughts your way for your dad and the family!2 months ago   ·  1
Alan ChamberlainMy first time at the farm this past weekend definitely will be back!!!!! Awesome people incredible food....thank you!!!2 months ago   ·  1
Geri BerardGlad he's doing better...but a little extra prayers can't hurt!...2 months ago   ·  1
Nancy Bates PutnamThinking of your dad and family....sending positive thoughts for his recovery2 months ago   ·  1
Alan MckayHope your Dads feeling better. Ive have phenomenon 3 times and each one takes longer to get over.2 months ago   ·  1
Jake WhitmorePrayin for a speedy recovery and return home!2 months ago   ·  2
Marci WildeBest wishes for a quick and full recovery for your dad!!2 months ago   ·  1
Cara LewisPrayers for Curtis. Hope he heals2 months ago   ·  3
Simone GuerinSo glad he is doing better!!!! Great News!2 months ago   ·  2
Valerie JacksonPrayers for all of you!!! 💞💞🙏🏻🙏🏻💞💞🙏🏻🙏🏻2 months ago   ·  2
Sheldon CarmichaelPrayers for dad's recovery.2 months ago   ·  1
Michael AmancioPraying for your dad2 months ago   ·  1

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Well this is probably the biggest thank you I've ever posted. Tonight our son was in a snowmobile accident between the Forks and Jackman. A voicemail message from rescue was surely not what we wanted to receive when we got back from grooming.

He had gone over a steep ice embankment and ended up in a brook or stream with his sled on him. He was able to get from under it soaking wet and make it back to the trail and began to walk.

Well, if it hadn't been for Derrick Fortier in the groomer....this story could be completely different.

Our son was transported to Skowhegan hospital. But he's ok.

All snowmobilers post or state how appreciative they are for what groomers do, but it goes well beyond just making a great trail.

So next time you run into a groomer operator...thank them again.

And if you see Derrick....give him a big hug from this mom!!!! ❤️️❤️️❤️️❤️️❤️️❤️️

So from one groomer to another....THANK YOU!!!
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2 months ago

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Heather SylvesterI'm so glad he was okay! When we got the tone for it last night and I was headed out to it, we were expecting him to be more injured than he was. Great job to Derrick and to the rest of my fire department crew who came out to assist us on the call last night.2 months ago   ·  13
Estelle CareyVery lucky young man , and thank god for all of our Groomers operators, they not only build everyone awesome trails,watch out for everyone and take care of there own families as well, please make sure you Thank all groomer operator's all over the entire system !!!2 months ago   ·  3
Davidandjenn MajorWe are so glad to hear he is ok. Yes, the groomers are amazing and should be commended for what they do. That is why we drive up ten hours every year to snowmobile in Maine! Thanks a million and God Bless!2 months ago   ·  3
Valerie JacksonSo glad everything is working out! There are many angles watching over loved ones. Plus angles who guide others to help. Thank you to all!! Speedy recovery Shawn Mills!! 💞💓💖🙏🏻✨2 months ago   ·  2
Jill SabotaOmg Jenn and Guy!! I truly know how it feels to get "that call". Thank God he's ok and that Derrick came along. Very lucky indeed.2 months ago   ·  4
Marci WildeThank goodness he's ok!! You've raised a badass! I'm sure that wasn't easy getting out from under the sled then walking in this cold.2 months ago   ·  4
Mike CunninghamWow! Good job Derrick Fortier. Right place at the right time! See you this weekend bud2 months ago   ·  7
Lisa Brown SavageSo thankful he is okay and for Derrick being there. Hugs momma.2 months ago   ·  2
Kira Brooke DubeThank you so much Derrick, it could have been a lot different tonight if you hadn't been there!2 months ago   ·  4
Jenn BrysonSo glad he is ok! Thank you Derrick for helping him!!! Stay safe out there.2 months ago   ·  2
Cynthia FortierWe are so glad the turn out was a good one. Derrick was at the right place at the right time. Hoping for a quick recovery.2 months ago   ·  4
Joanne Gendreau MartinSo glad to hear Shawn is going to be just fine. Scary moment I'm sure. ❤🙏2 months ago   ·  3
Carol DavisSomeone was watching over him! Thank God! And Derrick! So thankful that he is going to be ok. HUGS!!2 months ago   ·  3
Matt HuntThank heavens he's ok angels we're watching over him for sure.2 months ago   ·  3
Luisa SurprenantGlad everything turned out well, hope Shawn heals up soon he's got a lot more riding to do.2 months ago   ·  3
Rae WrenWow, so glad it turned out the way it did...phew! Thanks for sharing and the reminders.2 months ago   ·  2
Steve ScobieGlad that your story was a happy ending Jennifer no one wants to here​ bad news and I hope he is doing well2 months ago   ·  2
Tom CummingsSo glad to hear he is going to be okay great work Derrick !!2 months ago   ·  2
Tim LaPlanteGood job Derrick !!!2 months ago   ·  4
Tony LarrabeeVery sorry to hear this I'm glad he is ok and thank you Derrick! 👍👍2 months ago   ·  2
Roger DubielMaine People are some of the Best People in the World!!!2 months ago   ·  5
Stephanie HoweSome one today at the store complained about trail markers....well they got buried or blew away. Glad he is safe2 months ago   ·  2
Frances StimsonSo glad he is ok which one was it Jennifer?Thank you Derrick2 months ago   ·  1
Amy MaxwellPraise God! I'm so grateful to hear that your son is ok. Clearly, someone was looking out for him.2 months ago
Linda PrimeThank you Derrick for rescuing our grandson!!!2 months ago   ·  2

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