New Hampshrie ATV Club

New Hampshire ATV Club
PO Box 123
Derry NH 03038
Buddy Dionne, President, (603) 883-8292
nh.atvclub@gmail.com
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Protecting the Land and the Future of ATV's

PLEASE CONTACT THE PROPER DIRECTOR TO ADDRESS ANY ISSUES YOU MAY HAVE

Events

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Announcements

  • Saturday November 15, 2014 Trail Work +

    On Saturday Nov 15 there will be grading on the Rock Trail along with some bridge work and culvert work.   Read More
  • Rock Trail Bridge Work +

    A big "Thank you" for your help to...Buddy Dionne, Dave Dionne, Rob Janvrin, John Gray, Dana Farmer, Bill Galloway, Frank Read More
  • Mt Moosilauke/Fund Raiser for Breast Cancer +

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Latest News

  • 50" Ruling +

    ATV's (50") are allowed only as far north as Epping in the winter.  They can use the Fremont Branch of Read More
  • Tracked OHRV Registration Requirements +

    Tracked OHRV Registration Requirements As of July 1, 2012, in order to operate on state-approved snowmobile trails, an OHRV (wheeled Read More
  • Ride the Wilds Trail Closures 2014 +

    Ride the Wilds Trail Closures 2014 Most of the system closes December 1 st or remain open until mud season Read More
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Welcome to the New Hampshire ATV Club

NHATV was formed in February 1998. We started with 20 members and continue to grow our membership each month. We hope to be known as a club striving to protect our lands while improving our riding areas. This will take a lot of attention from our club. We are working with the State officials and land owners to accomplish this feat. We hope to work together in our mission to make our sport more enjoyable. Safety is always being considered in planning our trips.

The main functions of this club are as follows:

1. To assist in developing a new trail systems.
2. Monitor and respond to all-terrain vehicle legislation.
3. Conduct safety courses.
4. Improve our image of ATV riders.
5. Educate fellow members.
6. Fund raising events for charities.
7. Club events.
8. Protecting the land and future of the ATVs.

Download our bylaws by clicking the link below

Since 1998 we have held several safety courses, charity functions such as "Toys for Tots"; we maintain the Rockingham Recreational Trail system (We refer to as our HOME trail) NH ATV grades the trail as needed. Cleans the trash left on the trail by other users and nonusers, we completed a major parking lot upgrade @ the Warner Hill Parking lot and we have built 2 new kiosks, 1 is located @ the Fremont parking lot and the 2nd is located at the Warner Hill parking lot. We have several other projects in the planning stages.

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