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** Trails are OPEN **

Parking is available in two locations just over the town line in Waterboro:

Location #1

Location #2

Hollis residents, vote "Yes" on articles 30 and 31 to approve road access for

Deerwander and Saco Roads. Learn more about our request for road access. 


Hollis Freewheelers ATV Club is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit club located in Southern Maine. Our goals are to build and maintain publicly accessible recreational trails in and around Hollis, Maine and to educate the public on ATV operational safety and ATV laws.

The Maine Department of Inland Fisheries & Wildlife oversees ATV registration, laws, and rules. Check their website for the current registration fees and laws. They also offer both in-person and online ATV safety courses throughout the year.

We can always use help to continue to grow our trail system and our memberships. We provide a fun and safe trail system. If there are trails in the Hollis area that you would like to see as part of the trail system, please contact us.

Next Meeting: June 12 @ 7pm

New members are always welcome. Download the membership form or visit the

Maine ATV Coalition website to join our club online.

Help us track the work that is done on our trail system. Download the trail maintenance worksheet, document any work you do, and bring it to a meeting or email it to us. 

Questions? Contact us:


Hollis Freewheelers ATV Club is a nonprofit club located in Southern Maine. Our goal is to promote safety, landowner relations, education, and adventure.



Click here for membership. If you would like to volunteer and help the club, please come to one of our monthly meeting. We are always looking for extra help with trails, events, and rides.


We appreciate any and all donations made to our club. We are working on a PayPal link, however in the meantime, please mail all donations to:

     Hollis Freewheelers

     PO Box 22

     Hollis Center, ME 04042

Thank you for your support!


Hollis Freewheelers ATV Club Meeting. We work together to help keep local trails open and safe for everyone to use. We meet monthly to discuss trail work, rides and other things that can affect the trails and the community. Always can use more help and members to make everything better! 

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