September 4, 2017

Trail Conditions

TRAILS OPEN:

0

TRAILS CLOSED:

13

OVERALL CONDITION:

CLOSED 

SUMMARY 2/25/2020

Trails are too thin to be safe, so we have closed the system until further notice.  Please respect all others using the trail system including dog walkers, skiers, snow shoers, fat tire bikes etc.  The Windham trail system is maintained for snowmobilers and all others who like to use the system for outdoor activities.

Have fun and ride right!

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Please join the club this year and support your trail system right here at home.  The Donate/membership tabs are here on the website.

BE SAFE, BE RESPECTFUL, THANK A LANDOWNER, AND BECOME OF MEMBER OF YOUR LOCAL CLUB.

Your support is vital to the future of the local trail system!

***IMPORTANT NOTICE***
Please stay on the trail.  Let’s not abuse the privilege that our landowners give all of us!

PIPES AND AFTER MARKET NOISY EXHAUST ARE ILLEGAL AND NOT WELCOME ON WINDHAM TRAILS! YOU ABUSE IT WE LOSE IT!

DETAILED OPENINGS/CLOSURES/GROOMING DATES:

Grondin Trail:  CLOSED

Middle Lake Trail:  CLOSED

Mount Hunger Shore Trail: CLOSED

Everett Trail:  CLOSED

Richardson’s Service Spur:  CLOSED

Fuel Spur:  CLOSED FOR THE SEASON DUE TO CONSTRUCTION

Kilton Lamb Trail:  CLOSED

Gray Access Spur:  CLOSED

Powerline East Trail:  CLOSED

Westbrook Trail:  CLOSED

Powerline West Trail:  CLOSED

Binga’s Spur:  CLOSED

Rail Bed Trail:  CLOSED

2019-20 Maps are available at Windham Town Hall Registration desk, Richardson’s Annex, and Windham Powersports for $5.00.  You can also view the map at several Kiosk locations on the trail.  For a Google Earth file, please send an e-mail to bbernar1@maine.rr.com.

TRAIL DESCRIPTIONS:

Grondin Trail:  4.5 miles. From the Raymond system at Rt. 85 to Rt. 302 at Seacoast Fun Park.

Middle Lake Trail:  1.4 miles. From the Middle Lake Kiosk to the western shore of Little Sebago.

Mount Hunger Shore Trail:  1.0 miles. From the Grondin Kiosk to Cameron Drive.  Also provides access to the Park & Ride located at the Little Sebago boat launch on Mt. Hunger Shore Road.

Everett Trail:  7.7 miles.  From Rt. 302 at Seacoast Fun Park to the 4-Way Kiosk.

Richardson’s Service Spur:  0.4 miles.  From the Richardson’s Service Trail Kiosk to Richardson’s Annex.  Also provides access to the Park & Rides at WalMart and Lowe’s as well as to local businesses.

Fuel Spur:  0.5 miles.  From the Black Brook Preserve North Kiosk to Rt. 302 by the Big Apple CITGO.  Closed for the season due to construction.

Kilton Lamb Trail: 6.3 miles.  From the Pleasant River Bridge to the eastern shore of Little Sebago.

Gray Access Spur:  0.4 miles.  From the Kilton Lamb Trail to the Gray Trail System Kiosk.  Maintained by the Gray SnoWolves.

Powerline East Trail:   4.7 miles.  From the 4-Way Kiosk to the Falmouth and Gray systems.  This trail is not officially groomed and requires experienced riders.

Westbrook Trail: 3.8 miles.  From the 4-Way Kiosk to the Westbrook Kiosk.

Powerline West Trail:  3.2 miles.  From the 4-Way Kiosk to the Rail Bed Trail.

Binga’s Spur:  0.2 miles.  From the Powerline West Trail to Binga’s Express.  Please ride slowly and quietly, as this spur is routed through a residential neighborhood.  Park only in Binga’s fenced-in parking lot.

Rail Bed Trail:  2.2.miles.  Follows the Mountain Division Trail between the Gorham and Westbrook trail systems.

PARK & RIDE LOCATIONS

Little Sebago Boat Launch:  Off Mt. Hunger Shore Road.

WalMart:  Please park in a remote location in their parking lot so as not to disturb their business or customers.  Do not park overnight.

Lowe’s:  Please park in a remote location in their parking lot so as not to disturb their business or customers.  Do not park overnight.

Mountain Division Trail:  Off Gambo Road.