The Maine coast in your pocket!
Explore the wild islands of the Maine Island Trail and plan adventures with ease from your mobile device. The Maine Island Trail Mobile App provides boaters of all types with the resources they need to enjoy America’s premier recreational water trail.
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Download the Maine Island Trail App
The app is free to download and comes packed full of information about dozens of Trail sites, launch locations, pump-out facilities, and tips for safe boating and low-impact recreation. A passcode is required to unlock additional content about all 240+ Trail sites. To receive your unique passcode, and to support the stewardship of Maine’s wild islands, become a MITA member today.
Trail Site Information
Descriptions of all 240+ current Trail sites including photos, landing options, and anchorage locations.
Interactive NOAA Charts
Seamless, zoom-able NOAA charts of the entire Maine coast with Trail sites & resources plotted.
Tide and Sunrise/Sunset Calendars
Convenient access to tide and sunrise/sunset information for several locations in Maine.
MITA Event Calendar
Learn about fun MITA events and get involved with island stewardship.
Hundreds of photos of islands, mainland sites, and launches showcase the Trail’s spectacular scenery and stunning variety.
Launches and Pumpouts
Trip planning simplified with helpful resources for boaters plotted across the coast.
This app is not intended as a sole source for navigational information.
The Maine Island Trail Association
Your key to exploring Maine’s wild islands.
MITA is a membership organization dedicated to the protection and enjoyment of the wild islands of coastal Maine. Founded in 1988 to administer America’s first recreational water trail, MITA has always embraced the powerfully simple idea that care of the islands could be left to the users of these treasured and fragile places.
The Maine Island Trail is a water trail spanning over 240 islands and coastal sites along the 375 miles of the coast of Maine. Roughly one third of Trail sites are public, and two thirds are owned by private organizations and individuals. Site owners allow access to their properties trusting that MITA members will be responsible stewards during their visits.
General information: firstname.lastname@example.org or (207) 761-8225
To request a passcode or other member services: email@example.com
To join MITA: mita.org/join