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Great North Woods is perfectly suited for ATV riding, with plenty of trails

All terrain vehicle (ATV) and 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. Some trail systems have restrictions on the type of ATVs and OHRVs that are permitted, so always check with the local volunteer club or the Bureau of Trails first.

ATV and OHRV Clubs
Volunteer clubs help to maintain trail conditions and environmental impact. ATV clubs are the way to get more legal riding areas available for wheeled recreation. The clubs are a valuable asset to the ATV and OHRV community and their volunteers are invaluable for getting landowner permission and performing trail work. Information: New Hampshire Bureau of Trails, 603-271-3254.
Millsfield ATV Club Trails and Bayroot Lands

South of Route 26 Dummer/Millsfield/Errol, NH Phone:

Trails open late May. More than 100 miles of trails. ATVs only/no trail bikes. ATV use not permitted on plowed roads during winter.
Parking: Dummer: (Summer Only) Dummer Pond Road, located on West side of Route 16, 0.5 miles South of Pontook Resevoir/Dam.
Dummer: (Summer Only) Newell Brook Road, located on West side of Route 16, 2.5 miles North of Pontook Resevoir/Dam.
Millsfield: Millsfield Pond Road, located off Route 16, 0.4 miles North of Errol/Cambridge town line. Go West on Millsfield Pond Road 5.5 miles to parking area. (Winter parking only at beginning of road/Seven Islands.) Millsfield: Pond Brook Road, located on South side of Route 26, 5 miles from junction of Routes 16 and 26. (Winter parking only at beginning of road.)
Maintained by Millsfield ATV Club, New Hampshire Bureau of Trails, 603-271-3254
ATV Riding with Ride the Wilds, Coös County

Enjoy ATV riding for miles and miles through the rugged landscape of the Great North Woods of northern New Hampshire among towering evergreens, meadows, crystal lakes and streams, tall mountains with breathtaking panoramas. Ride the Wilds offers more than 1,000 miles of interconnected trails in Coös County.
Jericho Mountain State Park - Berlin, NH - Photo Credit NH State Parks
Jericho Mountain State Park

298 Jericho Lake Road - off NH Route 110 Berlin, NH, 03570 Phone: 603-752-4758

Trails for ATVs, trail bikes, and snowmobiling

Jericho Mountain State Park specializes in trail riding for ATVs, trail bikes, and snowmobiles. More trails will be added in coming years. Lots of scenic outlooks throughout the park.
Great North Woods Riders ATV Club/Perry Stream Trails

Route 3 Pittsburg, NH Phone:

Trails open late May. More than 100 miles of trails. ATVs only/no trail bikes.
Parking: Pittsburg: Route 3, to Back Lake Road (by Hicks Lumber). Parking available 0.3 miles on left. Maintained by Great North Woods Riders ATV Club, NH Trails Bureau.