Off Highway Recreational Vehicle (OHRV) riding is an increasingly popular trail use in New Hampshire.
Through the cooperative efforts of landowners, volunteer organizations, and the State, roughly 700 miles of trails are open for summertime ATV and trail bike riding. Volunteer clubs help to maintain trail conditions and environmental impact, as well as promote safe and responsible use throughout the community.
Some trail systems have restrictions on the type of OHRVs that are permitted, so always check with the local volunteer club or the Bureau of Trails first.
New Hampshire has lots of riding areas for ATV, click here to download our map. There are several locations in the state that rent OHRVs.