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News for 2018-2019 OHRV Registrations

*******NEW FOR 2018********** “Effective May 1, 2018 (starting with 2018/2019) OHRV wheeled vehicle registrations will be broken out into member vs. non-club member rates; appropriate proof of club membership will be required at the time of registration for member rates.”       Per NH Fish & Game Digest of Regulations… What that means is that NHOHVA affiliated OHRV Clubs, starting in January 2018, will provide each of their members with a voucher and a unique club member ID# as Proof of Club Membership. This voucher and ID# will be required by Registration Agents to receive the lower club member rate. When you join any of the NHOHVA affiliated clubs, those fees go directly to the club and the trails that we all enjoy riding. If you choose not to join a club, the extra registration funds will go to Bureau of Trails, Grant In Aid program. If you register multiple machines your proof of club membership will allow for the lower registration rate for each registration.   COMING IN APRIL… NHOHVA is currently building an online Club Membership Program that will help you join one or multiple clubs to receive a voucher that you can print and take directly to the Registration Agent. New Hampshire Off Highway Vehicle Association and each of the affiliated clubs are thankful to the many volunteers, members and riders who support the maintenance and development of all the trail systems we enjoy!!!  ... read more

NH Trails Bureau Press Release

For Immediate Release OHRV Trails Opening This Week (Concord, NH) The New Hampshire Bureau of Trails announces the start of the season for Off Highway Recreational Vehicles (OHRV). Traditionally, May 23rd marks the end of mud season, and the opening of OHRV trails for public use. Beginning today, designated riding areas in the southern and central part of the state will be open, along with the trails at Jericho Mountain State Park and the Millsfield trail system. Most of the remaining trails in Coos County will open later this week. “Riders are always excited for opening day,” says Bureau of Trails Chief Chris Gamache. “Although the entire trail network is not completely open, there is a variety of riding terrain throughout the state.” The Bureau of Trails, local OHRV clubs and landowners have been working collaboratively to prepare the trails for the upcoming season. Riders are advised to check with local clubs for specific information on whether trails are open or closed before riding. The Bureau of Trail’s website (nhtrails.org) provides weekly updates on trail... read more

Rail Trail Closure Update – Sullivan County ATV Club

Sullivan County ATV Club www.sullivancountyATVclub.org Rail Trail Closure Update The City of Claremont submitted a request for exception to allow motorized wheeled vehicles on the 1.84 mile segment of the City’s Rail Trail to the New Hampshire Department of Transportation. This request can be viewed on online at the websites for the City of Claremont and at www.sullivancountyATVclub The Federal Highway Administration requested that other viable options be evaluated before they could make a final determination on the waiver. That means that the City of Claremont and SCATV are working hard to find other alternatives. In the meantime….. SCATV trails are OPEN!   Cat Hole – Mica Mine – Sugar River Recreational Rail Trail- Arrowhead Ski Area There is trailhead parking at Veteran’s Park – Burger King – State Trailhead past Home Depot across from the storage facility – Arrowhead Ski Area CLOSED-The Claremont Rail Trail from the state trailhead to the Claremont Savings Bank Community... read more