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Welcome to Reed/Wytopitlock


Reed Plantation and the village of Wytopitlock are located on the east side leg of the Pine Tree Trail.  A remote, rural community, the village center sits near the Mattawamkeag River which flows all the way to the Penobscot. Santa Claus Hill is known by locals as a marker heading north, and is also the home to a Christmas tree farm.

The plantation was settled early in the 1830s by four families:  the Cliffords, Proutys, Plummers, and Rollins. One could also say the Spaulding family was heavly involved as the four wives of the original settlers were all Spaulding sisters from Dover-Foxcroft. Many of their descendants still make this area their homes to this day.




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 The Haynesville Woods Trail Riders ATV Club maintains the trails for ATVs in this area. As with snowmobiling, you will need to be supplied when you head this way as there are no stores or fuel stations available. You can reach them by writing them at 3192 Military Road, Haynesville, ME 04497. 


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The Eastern Maine SnoRiders is the club that maintains the trails in this area. This club maintains an impressive system of trails that cover miles of territory. With no store or fuel availability, make sure you are prepared when you head this way for a beautiful ride. 

(Click here to connect with them on Facebook)

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Thanks to Hanington Lumber Inc.'s support, and others like them, the nearly 500-mile Pine Tree Trail will be re-signed once again!


Hanington Lumber Inc.
95 Main Street, Reed Plt., Me.  04497
207-299-4289    207-456-7176


Town Contact

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Dial 911 for emergency services 

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