Little Monadnock Family Trails For ATV Riding
The 2nd most popular all terrain vehicle trail in New Hampshire.
Wednesday 6 July 2016 04:13 GMT
Southeast of Keene near Troy in Cheshire County, the Little Monadnock Family Trails are a network of 60 miles of routes open to ATV riding spread over 3,500 acres.
Please stay on the marked trails. The ATV trails at Little Monadnock Family Trails are a fragile trail system with a delicate relationship with the local communities and land owners. Becareful riding to make sure this trail system isnt closed.
To reach the Little Monadnock Family Trails ATV riding trailhead from Troy, head west down West Hill Road. Turn left on Mackey Road and continue to the very end. You will see the beginning of the trail. Drive onto the trail (vehicles with trailers should fit) and veer right. Continue another 300 feet. As of the 2014 season, there are three new parking areas, each with a specific usage. Make sure to park in the correct lot.
These trails are on private land and are maintained by the Little Monadnock Family Trails Inc. Please call first prior to coming to make sure they are not over capacity. PLEASE respect the land owner by not loitering or littering in the parking area.
Note: A valid trail pass for the current year is required prior to riding on the Little Monadnock Family Trails.
Overall, Little Monadnock Family Trails is the 2nd most popular ATV riding trail of all 19 ATV trails in New Hampshire.