The campaign has begun!!!
Become part of the historic effort to revitalize and re-sign Maine's historic Pine Tree Trail! White Sign Company will be manufacturing Maine Department of Transportation road signs for the Trail and YOU can help! Please make a donation by sending check/money order payable to White Sign Company, P.O. Box 261, Stillwater, Maine 04489. Make sure you specify that it is for the Pine Tree Trail sign account. If you want to become part of the Trailblazer Legacy Program by donating $1000 or more, please contact us at (207) 765-3383 or message us for more information. Thanks so much! Together, we can do this!!!
White Sign Co.
Once re-established, innumerable cities, towns, businesses and non-profits will have the opportunity to thrive and prosper with the purchase of products and services from the people who will travel the trail. With the Pine Tree Trail being recognized, it can potentially bring in millions of dollars in added revenue to Maine. With the demand for more products and services, job creation will be another added benefit.
Follow our progress on Maine's Pine Tree Trail Community group page on facebook!!
The Modern Route:
Modern Route: Rte. 100 from Portland to Augusta, Rte. 11 Augusta to Waterville,- Rte. 100 from Waterville to Bangor, Rte. 2 from Bangor to Macwahoc, Rtes. 2 & 2A north from Macwahoc to Houlton, Rte. 1 from Houlton to Mars Hill, Rtes. 1 & 1A (old Rte. 165) north from Mars Hill to Van Buren, then continued to Fort Kent on Rte. 1. and vice versa if you're starting your trip on the trail from Fort Kent!
Entering Aroostook County. Mattawamkeag/ Molunkus Twp. line on Route 2 (Pine Tree Trail)
Photo - Pine Tree Trail/ Rte 2 Silver Ridge Township 2018 ©
Picture taken on Maine's Pine Tree Trail Rte 2 Mattawamkeag/ Molunkus line Fall 2021
Snake Brook on Route 2 Molunkus Twp (Pine Tree Trail)