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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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We are just two weeks away from our first ever work party!! Still hoping for a commitment from more.
Please note ..... Yes we are going to do some trail work (brush cutting & a new bridge deck). But it's not a huge amount of work if a decent number of people come up. We also are really hoping to have a good time with this whole thing. That's why we are supplying the food!!! Not to mention there could be a beer or two involved (after the work is done) lol. Bon fire, pig roast, & snowmobiling friends...and you are helping out one of the smallest clubs in the state that maintains some of the busiest trails in the state.
We reduced our rooms to only $60 a night. That's per room NOT per person.

Please message me for a reservation or call the lodge. I really need to try to get a somewhat accurate count to determine what size pig we get!!!

We really hope everyone can make it!!!
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4 months ago

Colleen Snow, Andy Field and 16 others like this

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Historic Pittston FarmThat would help huh? Sorry. July 23 & 24th. Whenever anyone can get there Saturday. I know a bunch are coming Friday night so they will be starting fairly early. We will be eating between 6-7 pm.4 months ago
Bruce EdwardThanks, I hope I can make it.4 months ago
Karla BoutinI just want you to know I think this is a great idea ;) I hope it works out and if I wasn't working all weekend I would be there ...I'm really upset I can't be4 months ago
Bruce EdwardWhat's the date and time?4 months ago   ·  1
Charles Cleaves Jr.Kevin Krula think we can make it up there4 months ago

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Last Saturday our Marine daughter surprised mom and came home for a short three day visit (the only good part of this story)
We were all at a campfire down in our campground. She went up to our house to do a few things (It was late 10pm) & to let our dogs out. For those that don't know we have Sophie ( a small lab mix) & Bella ( a 150lbs Anatolian Shepherd)
This is where it gets interesting...Well she did what she needed to do then opened door to let the dogs out. Bella went first and immediately was met by a skunk on our porch. She promptly bit the skunk, shook it a couple of times (as Danielle went outside to attempt to separate them) then she dropped the skunk. In an attempt to get away from the dog the skunk ran....directly into my house, with Bella right behind it. They both ended up in the dog crate. After a few more bites to the skunk from Bella, Danielle was able to get her out of the crate and the house.... However, that left an injured skunk in the dog crate. Danielle locked the cage, assuming it would be better than the skunk running around the house.
Not knowing what to do with the dogs...She put the dogs in my truck. Ughhhh
Well the crate is too big to fit through the removing a skunk from it was interesting. After weighing all the options....Guy shot the skunk where it was. Hole through the kennel and a small chip in the hardwood floor. But at least the skunk is gone.

So needless to say Guy & I are now staying in a cabin until we can tackle the house.
Sooooo when you think you have bad luck.... Just remember it could be worse.
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4 months ago

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Wendy Goodwin TetreaultThat was awesome . I guess coming up for dinner on saturday is not going to be possible..4 months ago   ·  1
Danielle MillsOh geez really mom you had to post this!4 months ago   ·  6
Tina Rideout RossThat is hysterical and so you and guy4 months ago   ·  2
Tom Bowlesfriends are flying out from AZ and we will be at Ambajejus Lake 17th, 18th. and they have indicated they want to have lunch/dinner at Pittston farms...(we have taken them there before) Do you still have "walk-in's" for lunch or dinner?? If so please have skunk(s) cleaned up!!! <grin> We have not been to your place for few years...4 months ago   ·  1
Kay VannOh my. I'm so sorry. I have an extra bedroom in MO. It's not close to home, but it's skunk free.4 months ago   ·  1
Warren BryantWow, hope she was able to rid herself of the skunk odor.4 months ago   ·  1
Starley MoffittHahaha!!!!! So sorry to laugh but that's too good not to have a good laugh about!4 months ago   ·  1
Richard TothThanks for the laugh Jennifer. Sucks for u but I enjoyed it. Lol4 months ago
Jamie CharestHahaha my folks just told me about this last night! Funny but not really :)4 months ago
Rochelle AndersonOnly at the Farm lol4 months ago   ·  1
Dana BuswellMight be the funniest thing I've read all year!!4 months ago   ·  1
Jake CoxOh my, not good !!!4 months ago   ·  1
Christine Morris PhilbrickOhhh, bummer! So glad the humans & dogs are ok!4 months ago
Dave MartinYikes! If you had bad luck it would be better than that !4 months ago
Doreen Berry LaskeyOh No!! That stinks 😂😂4 months ago
Lori GuptillJust remember the good part seeing Danielle4 months ago
Karla BoutinHeeeheeee4 months ago
Jennifer Fleming MangoOh no! 😷😷😷4 months ago
Roger PaquetteThat's awful.....but I somehow want to chuckle.4 months ago
Nate FickettOmg! That is priceless!!4 months ago
Robin Yost Burgesslol4 months ago
David LeonardOMG!4 months ago
Dennis SheehanLol only you !!4 months ago
Jeanette Hawthornelol4 months ago
Warren KimballOh man, not the truck! LOL good story!4 months ago

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Our FIRST time ever asking for help with trail maintainence and such. We have several miles of trails that we need to get brushed back and a bridge that needs redecking and multiple other small projects before the season begins.
Therefore we are planning our first ever summer snowmobile gathering.... weekend of July 23rd & 24th.
We will be asking for anyone who is willing to come up and help out to let us know.
We will have a pig roast on Saturday night the 23rd for all those who help. Also we will supply all food for the weekend while you are here.

We hate to ask but our club has been only two people and well Guy & I can only do so much.

Please let us know if you can join us for the weekend. Not only will it make for better trails, but we will have a bonfire and a good time after hours!!!! The more people that come the better time will be had by all.
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4 months ago

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James McleanI believe wheelers are allowed as Long as land owner allows just for maintaining trails4 months ago
Joe SayahWhat is you lodging price Saturday night?4 months ago
Chris StamnasMan I wish I wasn't 4 hours away4 months ago
Dave MartinWith tools and generator4 months ago   ·  1
Dave MartinI'm in4 months ago   ·  1
Richard BuswellPlease consider a fund raiser / donation drive for the hiring of a skid steer or excavator with a hammer mill mulching head for brushing the trails. They will eliminate the saplings and sprouts right into the stump sprouts to come back and haunt you in 2 they will do the job mush faster, much safer, and leave the trails looking great. Just a thought. I have $100 for such a fund, and I have never rode a day in Maine. Just want to help.4 months ago   ·  3
James McleanProb time to set up full club with president and treasurer and lots of members I like the post about skid steer forestry mower the are mint4 months ago   ·  1
Tom MangoWe will be there4 months ago

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