The Jackman-Moose River Region would like to extend our warmest wishes to you for a healthy and prosperous new year. We all hope to see you soon.
Thanks to the generous offer of Unity College,: Sky Lodge, you can now bring up your skis and enjoy this beautiful area by snowshoe or cross country skiing. Their guests and the public are invited to utilize their trails from dawn until dusk. There is no charge for this but donations will be appreciated.
WOW, can you believe this weather? And the trails in our region did open on December 15th! The bad news? Warmer weather and rain is in the forecast, the trail master/Border Riders Club will close the trails in our region this weekend until Christmas Day. If the forecast improves, he may open them sooner. BUT… Continue reading
The trails in Maine can officially open December 15th but as of yet, we have not heard a definite date for our region. We were told that most trails were marked before the snow fell, which is good, and also that some areas are being panned but no grooming yet. Visit the Border Riders Club… Continue reading
We hope you and your have a wonderful Thanksgiving.
Are you ready for some good food? This is not only for hunters here for the deer season but also for locals or anyone visiting the region. Come on over the the JMRRCOC Annual Hunter’s Supper this week at the American Legion. A full turkey dinner and all the fixins plus some wonderful deserts. The… Continue reading
Deer season began last week in the area and is off to a good start. You can see live tagging often at the Bishops Store Facebook page. The good news is there is snow in the forecast for tonight, most meteorologists are saying 3-6 for the western mountains. We expect a good weekend for you… Continue reading
It is leaf peeping panorama! Do you own a camera? Do you love the fall? Why not check out what Jackman offers! The State of Maine has a wide assortment of leaf peeping opportunities, including the Old Canada Road (Route 201) Byway that starts in Skowhegan and rolls northward, twisting and turning by mountains and… Continue reading
First of all, travel Route 201 to Jackman in autumn and discover the beauty of the “Old Canada Road” National Scenic Byway. Wind your way alongside the Kennebec River while filling your senses with its array of fall colors and elegant mountains. It’s fun for the whole family! Not only does Jackman have the best… Continue reading
Have you explored Jackman by ATV yet? There are over 300 miles of superb trail riding for the adventurous sportsman. “The best trails in the state” and “fantastic rides this weekend” are just some of the comments the visitors are sharing. Why not tour the countryside by ATV and see what you’ve been missing? Journey… Continue reading