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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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North Country Region

Umbagog ATV Club (Errol, north of Route 26-Bayroot LLC Lands)

Trail Status: The 13 Mile Woods Trail (connects Millsfield Trail System to Errol) will be open Sunday, May 23rd. The remainder of the trail system will be open Friday, May 28th.

Trail Mileage: 42

Parking: Dix Grant - 3 miles from junction of Routes 16 and 26 in Errol, go North on Corser Brook Road for 7 miles, park by bridge.

Trail Information: Open to ATV/UTVs - No Trail Bikes permitted. The NH Bureau of Trails assists in maintenance.

Millsfield ATV Club (Dummer/Millsfield/Errol, South of Route 26-Bayroot LLC Lands)

Trail Status: OPEN

Trail Mileage: 100+

Parking: Dummer (Summer Only) - Dummer Pond Road, located on West side of Route 16, 0.5 miles South of Pontook Reservoir/Dam; OR at Newell Brook Road, located on West side of Route 16, 2.5 miles North of Pontook Reservoir/Dam. Millsfield - Millsfield Pond Road, located off Route 16, 0.4 miles North of Errol/Cambridge town line, West on Millsfield Pond Road 5.5 miles to parking area; OR at Pond Brook Road, located on South side of Route 26, 5 miles from junction of Routes 16 and 26.

Trail Information: Open to ATV/UTVs - No Trail Bikes permitted. The NH Bureau of Trails assists in maintenance. 

North Country ATV Club (North Stratford)

Trail Status:  OPEN as of Saturday, May 22nd.  NOTE: The connections north to Colebrook, south to Groveton, and east to Stark, Milan and beyond have been restored.

Trail Mileage: 130

Parking: North Stratford - Located on Route 3 at Burns Truck Stop.

Trail Information: Open to ATV/UTVs - No Trail Bikes permitted. Trails open year round except for mud season.

Northern Gateway OHRV Club (Groveton)

Trail Status: OPEN 

Parking: Dollar General, Route 3, Groveton and Northumberland Police Dept., 10 Station Square, Groveton.

Trail Information: open for ATV/UTV riding - No Trailbikes permitted.

Milan Trail Huggers ATV Club (Milan/Stark/Dummer, between Rte.3 and Rt.16)

Trail Status: OPEN

Trail Mileage: 30+

Parking: Dummer - Cedar Brook Road, .9 miles west of the junction of Rt.110A and Rt.16.

Trail Information: Open to ATV/UTVs - No Trail Bikes permitted. The NH Bureau of Trails assists in maintenance. 

Success Trail (Berlin/Success)

Trail Status: OPEN 

Parking: Berlin - Located on Success Pond Road (Route 16, Hutchins Street to Success Pond Road).

Trail Information: NH riders MUST BE REGISTERED IN MAINE to ride into Maine on Corridor D, and Maine riders MUST BE REGISTERED IN NH to ride into NH. The NH Bureau of Trails assists in maintenance. Open to ATV/UTVs – No Trail Bikes permitted.

Jericho Mountain State Park (Berlin)

Trail Status: OPEN 

Trail Mileage: 85

Parking: Berlin - Located at end of Jericho Lake Road (off Route 110, west of downtown).

Trail Information: A multi-use trail system located in a NH State Park, open year-round for use by ATV/UTV/TB/TRUCKS/JEEPS/Snowmobiles. Also has a campground, lake, beach, and picnic area. The NH Bureau of Trails assists in maintenance. 

Presidential OHRV Club (Gorham to Berlin)

Trail Status: OPEN 

Trail Mileage: 25

Parking: Route 2 (recommended for trucks only, no trailers), town lots available. NO revving engines and NO loitering. Rte 16 parking lot, by Eastern Depot Restaurant (443 Main St), will open Aug 26.  No riding on Rte 16 north of this location.

Trail Information: Open to ATV/UTV/TBs. No TBs on Corridor 19 (Gorham sandpit) to Jericho State Park, or from Bangor Street in Gorham to the Town and Country Motor Inn. The NH Bureau of Tails assists in maintenance.

Sunset Riders ATV Club (Berlin)

Trail Status:  OPEN

Trail Mileage:  

Trail Information: Connector trail from Berlin to Millsfield. Open to ATV/UTVs/TBs. NOTE: TBs are ONLY allowed from Berlin/Jericho State Park to Junction 575 on Success Pond Trail. The NH Bureau of Trails assists in maintenance. No connection to ME at this time.

White Mountain Region

Ammonoosuc Valley ATV Club

Trail Status: OPEN 

Trail Mileage: 7.4

Parking: 3009 Dartmouth College Highway

Trail Information: Open to ATV/UTV/TBs. Scenic ride on town roads to connect from North Haverhill to the Ammonoosuc Rail Trail in Woodsville.

Ammonoosuc Recreational Rail Trail (Littleton to Woodsville)

Trail Status: OPEN Year-round

Trail Mileage: 20

Parking: Lisbon - Located off Central Street/Landaff Road, look for trail parking signs.

Trail Information: A multi-use rail trail owned by the State of New Hampshire, open year-round for use by ATV/UTV/TBs. The NH Bureau of Trails assists in maintenance.

Mount Moosilauke ATV Club

Trail Status: OPEN 

Trail Mileage: 26

Parking: East Side Road in Wentworth

Trail Information:

Warren Recreational Rail Trail (Warren)

Trail Status: OPEN 

Trail Mileage: 4

Parking: Warren - Located at junction of Routes 25 and 25C.

Trail Information: A multi-use rail trail owned by the State of New Hampshire, open from May 23 to beginning of mud season (end of continuous snow cover) for use by ATV/UTV/TBs. There is a 70’ Redstone Missile (an actual NASA rocket) at the beginning of the trail and the trail offers scenery of Black Brook. Trail connects to Mount Moosilauke ATV Club trails. The NH Bureau of Trails assists in maintenance.

Lakes Region

New Durham Valley ATV Club (New Durham & Wakefield)

Trails Status: OPEN

Trail Mileage:

Parking: Route 16, ¼ mile north of Wontons Restaurant, look for green gate & club trailer.

Trail Information: The trails in New Durham consist of town owned class 6 roads. The gates to access these trails are opened seasonally by the Town of New Durham. The trails in Wakefield can be accessed at 4936 White Mountain Highway, Wakefield. The two systems do not connect.

Dartmouth/Lake Sunapee Region

Sugar River Recreational Rail Trail (Newport to Claremont)

Trail Status: OPEN Year-round

Trail Mileage: 9.5

Parking: Newport - Located next to the Newport Recreation Department. From the town center, head ¼ mile north on Route 10, turn left onto Belknap Avenue, parking is located 1/10 of a mile from this turn; OR, Claremont - Located at the western terminus of the trail on the South side of Routes 11 and 103, 1.7 miles west of the Newport/Claremont town line.

Trail Information: A multi-use rail trail owned by the State of New Hampshire, open year-round for use by ATVs (50" Maximum width) and TBs, has two historic covered bridges and follows the Sugar River. Trail does not connect to Sullivan County ATV Club trails. DO NOT leave the rail trail and ride on the public snowmobile trail system - not allowed.

Monadnock Region

Marlow NH Family ATV Club Trails

Trails Status: OPEN 

Trail Mileage: 10 miles

Parking: On Miller Road just off of Baine Road in Marlow, NH. Google - "Marlow ATV Parking" for directions.

Trail Information: Class VI roads with connecting trails.

Pisgah State Park (Winchester/Chesterfield)

Trail Status: OPEN. NOTE that the Reservoir Trail is CLOSED from the orange gate at the base of the hill on. The trail will be closed until further notice do to a washout.

Trail Mileage: 15

Parking: Winchester - From Keene take Route 10 South to Route 119 West, go about 3 miles, parking on Right/North side of Route 119. Chesterfield (WINTER ONLY) - From Keene take Route 9 West to Route 63 South, go about 1.5 miles, turn Left/East onto Old Chesterfield Road, turn Right/South onto Horseshoe Road, parking at end of road.

Trail Information: A multi-use trail system open to ATVs, UTVs (50" maximum width) and TBs. The Mt. Pisgah ATV Club assists the NH Bureau of Trails in maintenance.

Hillsborough Recreational Rail Trail (Hillsborough to Bennington)

Trail status: OPEN 

Trail Mileage: 8

Parking: Deering - From Routes 202 & 9, take Route 149 South, take first right/West Mill Street, follow for about 2 miles, take the first right after the road turns to dirt and look for the parking signs on the right at the Deering Fish and Game Club.

Trail Information: A multi-use rail trail open to ATVs, UTVs (50" maximum width) and TBs. The NH Bureau of Trails assists in maintenance.

Merrimack Valley Region

Hopkinton-Everett Trails Area (Dunbarton/Weare)

Trail Status: OPEN 

Trail Mileage: 26

Parking: Dunbarton – Route 77 to Ray Road. NO PARKING ALONG ROAD NEAR PARKING AREA!

Trail Information: A multi-use trail area open to ATVS, UTVs (50" maximum width) and TBs from May 23 to beginning of mud season (end of contiguous snow cover) on designated open snowmobile trails ONLY – no leaving the area and riding on public snowmobile trail system. The NH Bureau of Trails assists in maintenance. The Hopkinton-Everett Trails Area is located within a US Army Corp of Engineers flood control project area; trails may be CLOSED to public recreational use at any time, without notice, for flood control purposes. 

Seacoast Region

Rockingham Recreational Rail Trail - Fremont Branch (Derry to Fremont)

Trail status: OPEN  Year-round

Trail Mileage: 12

Parking: Fremont - Located across from the Fremont town library by intersection of Routes 107 and 111A, OR, Derry - Route 102 to Derry Village Traffic Circle, go East on East Derry Road, go South on Warner Hill Road, parking located on North side of trail.

Trail Information: A multi-use rail trail owned by the State of New Hampshire, open year-round for use by ATVs (50" maximum width) and TBs. Winter OHRV use is only from Route 28 in Derry to Main Street in Epping. DO NOT leave the rail trail and ride on the public snowmobile trail system - not allowed. Trail passes through wetlands and forest. The NH Bureau of Trails assists in maintenance.

Rockingham Recreational Rail Trail Map – Fremont Branch (Derry to Fremont)

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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