Club & Trail Information

The OHRV trail system that riders enjoy throughout New Hampshire is due in large part to the volunteer efforts of the OHRV clubs across the state. OHRV clubs are the way to obtain and maintain legal riding areas for wheeled recreation. The clubs are a valuable asset to the OHRV community. They are invaluable in getting landowner permission and performing trail work, not only on private land, but also on public land. Trails exist because of clubs and volunteers. Without these dedicated, hardworking volunteers, OHRV riding in New Hampshire wouldn’t be the sought after sport that it is.

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New Hampshire owns/manages several multi-use Recreational Rail Trails throughout the state, many that are part of the local OHRV club network, and an integral piece of the overall OHRV Trail System within the state.

New Hampshire is also home to the largest interconnected trail network within the northeast, one of the largest in the country, Ride the Wilds. A national destination, this system affords riders access to restaurants, shops, gas, and other destinations, while allowing them to view the state’s breathtaking scenery.

Below are the OHRV clubs across the state with information on their trail systems, the maps they have provided, and their contact information. Please contact them directly with questions and consider joining those that maintain the trails where you like to ride. Your club membership and registration fees go directly towards trail maintenance!
Please note that the information provided on this page is subject to change at any time and is reliant on what we are provided.

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For questions, comments, issues with system, contact the Bureau of Trails.



NOTE: As of October 31, 2016, all highway/road connectors approved by the Department of Transportation are closed until the beginning of the next OHRV season which usually starts around May 23rd if conditions are appropriate.

Great North Woods Region

Androscoggin Valley ATV Club (Berlin/Success)
PO Box 534, Berlin, NH 03570
www.avatvclub.org
info@avatvclub.org
Club's Facebook Page 
  • Success Trail (Berlin/Success)
    Trail Status: CLOSED for mud season.
    Trail Mileage: 20
    Parking: Berlin - Located on Success Pond Road (Route 16, Hutchins Street to Success Pond Road).
    Trail Information: The NH Bureau of Trails assists in maintenance. Open to ATV/UTVs.
    Success Trail Map

  • Jericho Mountain State Park (Berlin)
    Trail Status: CLOSED for mud season.
    Trail Mileage: 50+
    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.
    Jericho Mountain State Park Trail Map - Jericho Mtn Tract 
    Jericho Mountain State Park Trail Map - Head Pond Tract 

Great North Woods Riders ATV Club (Perry Stream Trails in Pittsburg)
PO Box 218, Pittsburg, NH 03592
www.greatnorthwoodsridersatv.org
info@greatnorthwoodsatv.org
Club's Facebook Page
Trail Status: CLOSED
Trail Mileage: 100+
Parking: Pittsburg - Route 3, to Back Lake Road (by Hicks Lumber), 0.3 miles on left.
Trail Information: Open to ATV/UTVs.

Metallak ATV Club (Errol, Colebrook-Bayroot & Balsams lands)
PO Box 318, Colebrook, NH 03576
www.metallakatvclub.com
metallakatv@gmail.com
Club's Facebook Page
Trail Status: CLOSED
Trail Mileage: 40 miles
Parking: Coleman State Park on Diamond Pond Road
Trail Information: Open to ATV/UTVs. The NH Bureau of Trails assists in maintenance.
Metallak Trail Map
Metallak Trail Detail 
  • Upper Coos Recreation Trail (Colebrook to Beecher Falls, VT)
    Trail: CLOSED
    Trail Mileage: 10.5
    Parking: Colebrook – Town Parking Lot off of Main Street, OR, behind Lemieux’s Garage on Main Street.
    Trail Information: A multi-use rail trail owned by the State of New Hampshire open all year to ATV/UTVs.

Milan Trail Huggers ATV Club (Milan/Stark/Dummer, between Rte.3 and Rt.16)
PO Box 42, Milan, NH 03588
Club's Facebook Page
milantrailhuggers@hotmail.com
Trail Status: CLOSED
Trail Mileage: 5+
Parking: Dummer - Cedar Brook Road, .9 miles west of the junction of Rt.110A and Rt.16.
Trail Information: Open to ATV/UTVs. The NH Bureau of Trails assists in maintenance. NOTE: 110B will be TEMPORARILY OPEN for 2017 OHRV season from the intersection of NH110A easterly 4.66 miles to intersection of NH16. This is temporary while off road trails are established.


Millsfield ATV Club (Dummer/Millsfield/Errol, South of Route 26-Bayroot LLC Lands)
16 Chasebrook Circle, Litchfield, NH 03052
www.millsfieldatv.com
bmercieratv@gmail.com
Club's Facebook Page
Trail Status: CLOSED
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. ATV/UTV use not permitted on plowed roads during winter. The NH Bureau of Trails assists in maintenance.

North Country ATV Club (North Stratford)
PO Box 161, North Stratford, NH 03590
www.northcountryatv.com
tedburns0@hotmail.com
Club's Facebook Page
Trail Status: CLOSED FOR MUD SEASON
Trail Mileage: 100+
Parking: North Stratford - Located on Route 3 at Burns Truck Stop.
Trail Information: Open to ATV/UTVs. Trails open year round except for mud season.

Sunset Riders ATV Club (Berlin)
PO Box 697, Berlin, NH 03570
http://www.sunsetridersatv.com
sunsetridersatv@gmail.com
Club's Facebook Page
Trail Status: CLOSED
Trail Mileage:
Parking:
Trail Information: Connector trail from Berlin to Millsfield and into Maine.

Umbagog ATV Club (Errol, north of Route 26-Bayroot LLC Lands)
PO Box 71, Errol, NH 03579
www.umbagogatvclub.com
kroy571526@aol.com
Trail Status: CLOSED
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. The NH Bureau of Trails assists in maintenance.

White Mountain Region

Ammonoosuc Valley ATV Club
PO Box 63, Bath, NH 03740
www.avatv.org
info@avatv.org
  • Ammonoosuc Recreational Rail Trail (Littleton to Woodsville)
    Trail: OPEN
    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/TB. Gas and food are available in Lisbon, Bath and Woodsville. The NH Bureau of Trails assists in maintenance.
Kilkenny Trail Riders
PO Box 64, Lancaster, NH 03584
www.kilkennytrailriders.com
Club's Facebook Page
Trail Information: Working on establishing trail system.

Mount Moosilauke ATV Club
PO Box 23, Warren, NH 03279
MMATV@gmail.com
Club's Facebook Page
Trail Status: CLOSED for mud season.
Trail Mileage: 26
Parking: Warren – located at junction of Routes 25 and 25C.
Trail Information:
  • Warren Recreational Rail Trail (Warren)
    Trail: CLOSED for mud season.
    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/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.

Presidential OHRV Club (Gorham to Berlin)
PO Box 152, Gorham, NH 03581
www.presidentialohrvclub.com
Club's Facebook Page
Trail Status: CLOSED
Trail Mileage: 25
Parking: Route 2, Gorham
Trail Information: Club Trail Map

Lakes Region

New Durham Valley ATV Club (New Durham)
1 Jackson Lane, Center Barnstead, NH 03225
www.newdurhamvalleyatvclub.com
trailmaster@newdurhamvalleyatvclub.com
Trail Status: CLOSED for mud season.
Trail Mileage: 33 (Den Trails); 8 (Route 11 Trails)
Parking: New Durham (Den Trails) - From junction of Routes 28 and 11 (Alton traffic circle), 7 miles North on Route 28, right on Rines Road, stay left at fork, over bridge and past green gate, follow signs, parking is on left; OR New Durham (Route 11 Trails) - From junction of Routes 28 and 11 (Alton traffic circle), 5.5 miles East on Route 11, parking on right across from Quaker Road.
Trail Information: All riders, and recreational enthusiasts, need to abide by posted signs and respect the landowner wishes. Open to ATV/UTV/TBs.

Dartmouth/Lake Sunapee Region

NH Bureau of Trails
172 Pembroke Road, Concord, NH 03301
(603) 271-3254
www.nhstateparks.org/about-us/Trails/default.aspx
nhtrails@dred.nh.gov

  • Sugar River Recreational Rail Trail (Newport to Claremont)
    Trail: OPEN
    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 (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.
    Sugar River Recreational Rail Trail Map 

Sullivan County ATV Club (Claremont/Newport)
PO Box 64, Claremont, NH 03743
www.sullivancountyatv.org
info@sullivancountyatv.org
Club's Facebook Page
Trail Status: CLOSED for mud season. NOTE: The Warming Hut Trail has been closed due to a bridge being out. The city owned rail trail from Burger King to Sugar River remains CLOSED.
Trail Mileage: 55
Parking: Behind Burger King, OR, for Claremont-Cat Hole Trails - Washington St/Route 11/103 West, turn right onto Winter St (just past Wal-Mart), right onto Green Mtn Rd, bear left at Foisy Hill Rd onto Cat Hole Rd, pavement ends, parking 1/4 mile on left.

Monadnock Region

NH Bureau of Trails
172 Pembroke Road, Concord, NH 03301
(603) 271-3254
www.nhstateparks.org/about-us/Trails/default.aspx
nhtrails@dred.nh.gov
  • Pisgah State Park (Winchester/Chesterfield)
    Trail Status: CLOSED for mud season.
    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 open to ATVs (50" maximum width) and TBs from May 23 to beginning of mud season (end of contiguous snow cover) on designated open snowmobile trails ONLY - DO NOT leave the park and ride on the public snowmobile trail system - not allowed.
    Pisgah State Park Trail Map


    Hillsborough Recreational Rail Trail (Hillsborough to Bennington)
    Trail: CLOSED for mud season.
    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 (50" maximum width) and TBs from May 23 to beginning of mud season (end of contiguous snow cover) - DO NOT leave the rail trail and ride on the public snowmobile trail system - not allowed.
    Hillsborough Recreational Rail Trail Map

Merrimack Valley Region

Bound Tree ATV Club (Contoocook/Henniker)
PO Box 735, Contoocook, NH 03229
www.boundtreeatv.org
Trail Status: CLOSED
Trail Mileage: 30
Parking: Contoocook – Pine Street, 3.1 miles from Fire Station.
Trail Information: Trails/gates are designed for ATV use.

Contoocook Valley ATV
PO Box 357, Henniker, NH 03242
Trail Status: CLOSED
Trail Mileage: 35
Parking:
Trail Information:

Merrimack Valley Trail Riders
12 Bill Street, Derry, NH 03038
www.mvtr.org
squeracing@aol.com

  • Hopkinton-Everett Trails Area (Dunbarton/Weare)
    Trail Status: CLOSED for mud season.
    Trail Mileage: 26
    Parking: Dunbarton – Route 77 to Ray Road.
    Trail Information: A multi-use trail area open to ATVS (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.
    NOTE: 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.
    Hopkinton-Everett Trails Map 

Seacoast Region

New Hampshire ATV Club
PO Box 123, Derry, NH 03038
www.nhatv.com
info@nhatv.com
Club's Facebook Page

  • Rockingham Recreational Rail Trail - Fremont Branch (Derry to Fremont)
    Trail: OPEN
    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 and is anchored by two renovated historic depots, in Sandown and Windham, with an additional one in Fremont. The NH Bureau of Trails assists in maintenance.
    Rockingham Recreational Rail Trail Map – Fremont Branch (Derry to Fremont)
                       

Tri-City Trailblazers Trails (Somersworth, Rollinsford)
PO Box 102, Rollinsford, NH 03869
www.nhtricitytrailblazers.com
tricitytrailblazers@hotmail.com
Trail Status: CLOSED
Trail Mileage: 5
Parking: Rollinsford - Routes 9 and 108 in Dover, turn East on Old Rollinsford Road (at Wentworth-Douglas Hospital).
Trail Information: Trail system starts in Dover and travels through Somersworth to Rollinsford.
Tri-City Trailblazers Trail Map 

WINTER USE ONLY TRAIL INFORMATION

The NH Bureau of Trails wants to remind winter ATV riders that any trails that are open for winter use only that are located in the WMNF, or south of Franconia Notch, have a width restriction of 50”. Riders should remember that snowmobile clubs are maintaining the trails for snowmobile use and that ATVs should ride only in colder weather and try to limit the impacts from their tires. The trails noted as open for winter use are specific to the property noted and abutting lands and trails are not legal for winter ATV operation.

Bear Brook State Park: CLOSED

Pawtuckaway State Park: CLOSED

Concord to Lincoln Railroad Corridor: CLOSED

WHITE MOUNTAIN NATIONAL FOREST USE

CLOSED. The White Mountain National Forest asks users to remain aware of the different allowable uses on trails that cross multiple jurisdictions. While winter ATV (defined as less than 50”) use is allowable on open snowmobile trails with adequate snow cover within the National Forest, that may not be the case on adjacent private or state land. We also ask that winter ATV users remember the hard work and dedication the State and Snowmobile Clubs put into grooming throughout the season: what may be fun for one rider might affect the next. Enjoy your National Forest, stay safe, have fun, and be courteous to other users!

White Mountain National Forest