If you’re the type of person that checks the weather, in hopes of finding out about the next big storm, if you fantasize about being the first track on that freshly groomed and frozen trail seeing the snow glisten as the sun hits the trees, if you’ve got a craving for great snowmobiling conditions, we have it! We are fully operational and comfortable during the winter months. New England’s best kept trails are located right out our front door and run hundreds of miles in any direction. Breathtaking scenery awaits you around every turn. We are located ½ mile off the paved road in a quiet, wilderness setting on Upper Shin Pond. Our lodge is about Ten miles west of Patten on Route 159, the road to Baxter State Park’s northern entrance.
Ride in from your long day on the trails to find a warm fire, your favorite beer or wine waiting for you, friendly faces along with a much deserved 3 course meal where the hot soup hits the spot and the bread is still warm from the oven.. Relax and rejuvenate with a dip in our hot tub, then start all over again in the morning! Start your trip From Mt. Chase Lodge! We have plenty of space for your vehicle and trailer here in our driveway, so feel free to trailer up and begin your snowmobiling trip after a night of enjoying what we have to offer. We connect to ITS 85 and 114 and can accommodate you and your group of friends in our lodge. Keep up to date on our trail conditions on Facebook or Twitter. Still have questions? Give us a call! We’re looking forward to having you with us this winter!
Snowmobile Trail Updates
We still have great snow and with the 5-6” we’re expecting on Wednesday thinks will be very good for the upcoming weekend! The trail from Whetstone Bridge to Shin Pond is in good shape and will only improve after snow. The same goes for the loop to Bowlin Camps and...
Snowmobile Trail update As of 1-13-18 Went out late this afternoon to check out the trail from Shin Pond 24 miles south to Whetstone Bridge. The snowpack is a non issue as we still have plenty of snow. Some brook crossing have created some washouts and standing water...
Grooming continues on all trails and riding is excellent.