Brookline Snowmobile Trails Snowmobiling

West of Nashua near Brookline, there is an extensive network of groomed snowmobile trails. These trails are maintained by the Brookline Icebreakers Club. The trails tend to be narrow winding trails that pass through dense rolling forest. There is also some open meadow and open lake riding.

To reach Brookline Snowmobile Trails from Nashua on US3, use Exit #6. Head east on SR130 for 10.5 miles into Brookline. In the center of Brookline, veer left heading west on Meetinghouse Road for 0.4 miles to SR13. Continue west across SR13 for about 500 feet and turn left into the parking area for Potanipo Lake boat ramp. On a typical snowy weekend, the parking lot will have a lot of snowmobilers.

Note: Please do not ride ATVs on the snowmobile trails. Also, please make sure to not ride near the the cabins at Camp Tevya otherwise the trail near it will be closed.

While snowmobiling Brookline, all snowmobiles must have a New Hampshire OHRV registration decal. To obtain a NH OHRV registration decal, you will need to show proof of member ship in a New Hampshire snowmobile club, such as the Brookline Icebreakers Club.

Brookline Snowmobile Trails (NH/US)

Brookline Snowmobile Trails (NH/US)

Brookline Snowmobile Trails (NH/US)

Brookline Snowmobile Trails (NH/US)

Brookline Snowmobile Trails Snowmobiling Map



Local Contact(s):  Brookline Icebreakers Club (978) 302-0237; NH Tourism (800 258-3608; NH Snowmobile Association (603) 788-3346.

Best Season:  Jan - Feb.

Average Difficulty:  Moderate

Base Camp:  None

Luxury Loding:  None

Breakfast Restaurant:  Country Kitchen, Hollis

Date Published:  

Date Updated:  7/26/2016

Brookline Snowmobile Trails Snowmobiling Map


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