Pisgah State Park For ATV Riding
The 3rd most popular all terrain vehicle trail in New Hampshire.
Sunday 31 July 2016 03:45 GMT
Southwest of Keene and west of Winchester, the 13,500 Pisgah State Park has about 20 miles of multi-use trails of varying difficulty through rugged terrain in the Ashuelot River Watershed. The park has 7 ponds and 4 highland ridges, and is the largest in the state of New Hampshire.
To reach the southern edge trailhead from Winchester, follow SR119 west through Ashuelot and watch for the parking lot on the north side of the road. There are 5 other trails spread around the park boundaries.
Note: On the trail map, the trails marked by a solid line are open to ATVs, snowmobiles, hiking, and biking. The trails marked by the heavy dotted line are open to hiking, horseback riding, skiing and biking only. The trails marked by the light dotted line are open to hiking and skiing only.
Note: The State Of New Hampshire requires a NH state registration tag on every ATV. An out-of-state registration tag is not valid in NH. They will issue a fine if you try riding without a NH tag.
Overall, Pisgah State Park is the 3rd most popular ATV riding trail of all 19 ATV trails in New Hampshire.