Featured ATV TRAILS
North of Lancaster and west of Stratford in Coos County, the North Country ATV Club maintains nearly 125 miles of trails (aka Stratford Trails) for multiple use spread over 30,000 acres. These trails are on private land and are maintained by the North Country ATV Club. The North Country ATV Trails vary from gravel road to challenging woodland trails.
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.
From Littleton to Woodsville, the Ammonoosuc Rail Trail is a 29 mile route on an old railroad grade along the Ammonoosuc River that is open to ATV riding. The Littleton trailhead is on Industrial Park Drive. The Woodsville trailhead is on Highland Street.
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. The ATV trails at Little Monadnock Family Trails are a fragile trail system with a delicate relationship with the local communities and land owners.
Near Claremont in Sullivan County, there is a trail system of 60 miles of ATV/OHRV trails through wooded areas and fields. The trails are very scenic, well marked and the advanced trails are well signed. Most trails are for the beginner/intermediate rider which makes it very enjoyable for families.
Northeast of Concord near New Durham, the ATV riding trail system is maintained by the New Durham Valley ATV Club. The New Durham trail system is located in Strafford County southeast of Lake Winnipesaukee. These trails are on private land and are maintained by the New Durham Valley ATV Club.
Southwest of Errol, the area around Millsfield Pond has 120 miles of ATV/OHRV trails on Mead Paper Company property. The trailhead is located off Millsfield Pond Road which is southwest of Errol townsite.
Between Claremont and Newport, the Sugar River Trail is an 8 mile multi-purpose trail open to ATV riders. The trail is on an old railroad grade and has a packed dirt surface. Eastern Terminus parking is located next to the Newport Recreation Department. Western Terminus parking is located east of Claremont.
Southwest of Concord and northwest of Dunbarton Center, the Hopkinton-Everett Multi-Use Trail System at the Hopkinton-Everett Reservoir area has 25 miles of ATV trails with varying degrees of difficulty. The trails are well constructed with nice dirt banks. They roll and wind through dense mixed pine and hardwood forests. The large trailhead parking areas have several unloading ramps.
North of Concord near Sanborton in Merrimack County, the Sanbornton / Franklin Trails have 35 miles of ATV routes. These trails are on private lands and are maintained by the Salmon Brook Trail Riders. There is parking near Cawley Pond.
Northeast of Berlin, the 7,500 acre Jericho Lake ATV Park has 18 miles of trails open to ATV/OHRV riding. Eventually, there are 250 miles of trails planned over 7,200 acres adjacent to the White Mountain National Forest.
Northwest of Plymouth near Warren, the Warren Rail Trail is a 7 mile route open to ATV/OHRV riding. This trail provides access to the Mount Moosilauke ATV Club trail system and offers good view of Black Brook.
North of Berlin near Pittsburg in Coos County, the Perry Stream Pulp & Paper lands have 65 miles of accessible trails and roads. The trails range from graveled roads to tight woods trails with some muddy areas. These trails on private land are maintained by the Great North Woods Trail Riders.