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Check with the local clubs and the BoT website link below for accurate trail information. Please help us thank the landowners who allow OHRVs on their land and respect closures!

Know where to ride - Bureau of Trails Trail Info

https://www.nhstateparks.org/activities/ohrving/club-trail-information

Bureau of Trails Trail Etiquette

https://www.nhstateparks.org/about-us/trails-bureau/trail-etiquette

Know the laws and regulations- NH Fish & Game Digest of Regulations

http://www.eregulations.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/05/21NHATV_LR.pdf

NH F&G Registration Agents 

https://www.wildlife.state.nh.us/ohrv/agents.html


-----------------------------------------------------------------WHY JOIN A CLUB?

Not only do you get your $30 discount per each NH State Registration, but important funds go directly to the individual clubs so they have the critical financial resources to improve trails and create new ones.

Each year clubs apply to the NH Bureau of Trails for Grant-in-Aid funding.  A portion of your registration fee goes into this GiA fund.  The rules require up to 40% matching funds from the club to qualify. If you choose not to join a club, the extra registration fee will go into the GiA fund. Any unused GiA money that season will be rolled over to the Land Acquisition & Maintenance fund which can also be used by NH Bureau of Trails on other OHRV trails in NH.

Many clubs host events, rides among other fun things and include their members in these.

Please consider joining a NHOHVA affiliated club today to help maintain the trails we all enjoy to ride!

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WHY JOIN NHOHVA FOR FREE?

A membership in any of the NHOHVA 28 affiliated clubs entitles that member a membership in NHOHVA for FREE.   This membership includes occasional emails pertaining to but not limited to membership, legislation, safety and trail patrol along with events and general information.  You can unsubscribe from these any time at the bottom of the email.

A membership in NHOHVA also supports the club you join. At the annual meeting the club’s delegate count is based on a Club’s membership size.  These delegates vote on the annual budget for NHOHVA and the governing by-laws. Along with the direction of NHOHVA. 

NHOHVA membership supports the clubs in their continued fight for and against OHRV legislation in New Hampshire.  NHOHVA also helps educate youth riders with the OHRV simulator which travels around to events across NH. 

Please consider Joining NHOHVA for FREE when you join a NHOHVA Affiliated Non-Profit OHRV club in NH.

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NHOHVA affiliated Club Name

Allowed Machines


Ammonoosuc Valley ATV 

ATV, UTV, TB


Androscoggin Valley ATV Club

ATV, UTV, TB


Bound Tree ATV Club

ATV, UTV, TB


Contoocook Valley ATV Riders

ATV, UTV


Dirt Donkey’s Riding Club

ATV, UTV, TB


Lempster Trailblazers ATV Club

ATV, UTV


Great North Woods Riders

ATV, UTV


Kilkenny Trail Riders

ATV, UTV


Marlow NH Family ATV Club

ATV, UTV, TB


Merrimack Valley Trail Riders (Hopkinton-Everett)

TB Primarily, ATV, UTV 50”


Metallak ATV Club

ATV, UTV


Milan Trail Huggers

ATV, UTV


Millsfield ATV Club

ATV, UTV


Mount Moosilauke ATV Club

ATV, UTV, TB


Mt. Pisgah ATV Club

ATV, 50" UTV, TB


New Durham Valley ATV Club

ATV, UTV, TB


New England Mud Hawgs

ATV, 50" UTV, TB


NH ATV Club

ATV, 50" UTV, TB


North Country ATV

ATV, UTV


Northern Gateway Trails Club

ATV, UTV


Presidential OHRV Club

ATV, UTV, TB


Seacoast Trail riders

TB only


Sullivan County ATV Club

ATV, UTV, TB


Sunset Riders ATV Club

ATV, UTV, TB


Tri-City Trail Blazers

ATV, UTV, TB


Umbagog ATV Club

ATV, UTV