Fresh air, wildlife, pristine lakes and streams, towering spruce trees, majestic views and an exciting and varied trail system are ready and waiting for you when you go ATVing on the Ride the Wilds trail system in northern New Hampshire.
Ride the Wilds is the largest interconnected trail network in the Northeast, and one of the largest in the country, making it a national destination for OHRV enthusiasts (ATVs, UTVs and trail bikes).
To the wide open spaces and miles and miles of trails to ride, add the friendly welcome you’ll receive whenever and wherever you stop — for gas, for food, for shopping, for lodging, or just to chat with folks — and you’ve conjured up the perfect day, weekend or weeklong ATV adventure in New Hampshire’s great outdoors.
The 1,000+ miles of Ride the Wilds trails make it possible to ride from the Gorham-Berlin area on the eastern side of northern New Hampshire clear over to Colebrook, Pittsburg and Stratford on the region’s western and northern borders, promising great days of riding and access to restaurants, shops, gas and other destinations without trailering your rig from place to place.
Ready to Ride the Wilds for some excellent ATVing? The riding season generally opens on Memorial Day weekend, pending trail conditions, and continues through early fall. Learn more here or check in with our Chambers of Commerce for additional information on riding opportunities. Just click on the Tour Our Region button on the left and choose your region.