Central Clubs

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Ammonoosuc Valley ATV Club (ATV-UTV-TB)

The Ammonoosuc Valley ATV Club was founded in 1999. Our club promotes the development of trails and helps to maintain the Ammonoosuc Rail Trail between Woodsville, NH. and Littleton, NH. We also have a section of road that goes from Augies Take -A- Break in North Haverhill, NH., that takes you on a scenic ride to Woodsville, where you can hop onto the rail trail. We also have a brand new section of trail. Two new loops actually! One is called Salmon Hole Loop and is .6 miles long and then we have the John Elliott Jr. Loop which is .5 miles long. The entrance to these loops can be found by turning off of the Ammonoosuc Rail Trail behind Schofield Septic. You can't miss the sign.

Boundtree ATV Club (ATV-UTV-TB)

Boundtree ATV Club is a non-profit organization committed to developing and maintaining an OHRV trail system in the towns of Hopkinton, Contoocook and Warner NH for the purpose of providing a safe and legal place for our members, families and friends to ride.

Contoocook ATV Club (ATV-UTV)

Trails throughout the Town of Henniker connected by specific class 5 roads. Strict speed limits and curtesy riding enforced. Riding season runs from May 23 - November 3, subject to change due to weather. 60" Max. Membership runs from January 1 - December 31. Trail 5 closed at Warner Town line (north of Trail 6). Use trail 6 to go east. Experienced riders only. Dirt bikes NOT allowed.

Dirt Donkeys Riding Club (ATV-UTV-TB)

The Dirt Donkey Riding Club promotes and encourages OHRV activities in the towns of Washington and Stoddard NH, specifically on 404 acres of property owned by the Wild Lake Association and its abutters, who allow access for OHRV activities. The club was established in May of 2020 and we have made lots of progress as a first year club.

Lempster Trailblazers ATV Club (ATV-SxS)

This group is looking to improve and maintain trails for 4 wheeling in Lempster NH. We would love to have new members who love being outdoors and are respectful of nature; and of course, willing to work to make this club successful.

Marlow NH Family ATV Club (ATV-UTV-TB)

We are a nonprofit club located in the south western region - Cheshire County. We are a small club with currently 10-12 miles of open multi-use trails. We continue to work on expanding our trail system and could always use extra help on trail maintenance days. We very much appreciate the landowners who allow us to ride their land. Please remember that riding our trail system is a privilege- we must follow the rules and only ride the approved trails. We do not want to give the landowners a reason to shut the trails down! Our trail system is a great place for every level of riding abilities. Remember riding is not about speed and how fast you can go, it’s about enjoying the scenery and being outside, enjoying the weather and time on the trail. We have seen Moose, Deer, Bear and have even heard there was a Big Foot sighting. When you come to visit, please remember that we are a multi-use trail system, sharing the great outdoors with our Horse, Biking, Running and Walking friends - please be courteous and allow for safe passages by our fellow trail users. ATV, SXS, Dirt Bikes are welcome No Jeep’s or Trucks Smaller SXS can get through the inner trails - but wider machines may find the inner trails too narrow.

Mount Moosilauke ATV Club (ATV-UTV-TB)

Mount Moosilauke ATV Club MMATVC was formed in 2002 in Warren, NH by our founding President Vern Brigham, in response to the Town Selectmen closing the trails and roads in Warren, NH to all OHRVs. In a town of 800+/- people, over 200 showed up at the next Selectmen's meeting. It was agreed that without a club and some structure to the trail system that there was a fair amount of "outlaw" riding going on. They agreed to reopen the trails and land based on a trial basis if a club was formed and the trails were signed, maintained and patrolled. Setting up the club, while no easy task, has led to some great times with some excellent people. In 2002, there were 50 members, these past few seasons we have had 340+ and it continues to grow. The mission of the club was to maintain and provide a family friendly trail system for the use of OHRV's. This was accomplished by working together with the local town, the state, and our invaluable landowners. The club now maintains over 30+ miles of beautiful trails between the towns of Warren and Wentworth. Our trail system offers a wide array of terrain with something for everyone from the novice/beginner up to the experienced/expert riders.

Sullivan County ATV Club (ATV-UTV-TB)

We offer over 50 miles of a wide variety of terrain from the state owned Sugar River Recreational Rail (50" max) trail to a small riding area at Arrowhead Recreation Area (65" max) which provides great views of Green Mountain, to our third and largest section, Cat Hole (65" max) where there is a mix of power lines, Class VI roads, wicked mud pits and some of the of the most challenging trails in NH. Our trails feature spectacular views of Mt. Ascutney and the surrounding Connecticut River Valley. Check out our website for more detailed trail information.

Cotton Valley Rail Trail Club

The Cotton Valley Rail Trail Club, Inc. (CVRTC) began in the summer of 1992 when a group of New England rail car owners joined with a group of local railroad enthusiasts in Wolfeboro, NH. Together they obtained permission from the State of New Hampshire to operate rail cars and to maintain the former Wolfeboro Railroad including structures. The club refurbished the former Fernald Station which is now used as the CVRTC meeting place. In September 2014, the Club became a NARCOA Affiliate. CVRTC members preserve railroad history by the use of railway motorcars and have kept alive the skills and experiences of the railroad workers who once used these vehicles ito maintaining railroad lines around the world. CVRTC currently maintains two branch lines in State of New Hampshire. The first is the Wolfeboro NH branch line and is now known as the Cotton Valley Trail. The second line is a portion of the former Boston & Maine Conway Branch between Rt. 28 and Rt.16.