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Director’s Message

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Come Explore New Hampshire’s Trails!

New Hampshire welcomes snowmobile and Off-Highway Recreational Vehicle riders to responsibly enjoy our extensive trail systems. More than 7,000 miles of snowmobile trails and 1,300 miles of OHRV trails crisscross our beautiful state, offering scenic vistas of mountains, lakes and charming New England villages. Whether you are touring by snowmobile or hitting the trail on your ATV, UTV or trail bike, you can look forward to good times with friends and family in New Hampshire’s great outdoors.

Recent years have seen a significant increase in riding opportunities in New Hampshire’s North Country for ATVs and UTVs on the Ride the Wilds system, featuring several hundred miles of interconnected trail systems and authorized roadways that run through New Hampshire’s Great North Woods. Enjoy this resource, but please use great caution when riding on approved roadways. Riders must stay on designated trails and respect the rights of landowners who generously allow trails on their property.

While the rapid development of trail systems and opportunities for riding in New Hampshire is good news for riders, it does present the New Hampshire Fish and Game Department with several law enforcement and land management challenges.

Conservation Officers are working with land managers, state, county and local agencies to address the rapid expansion of approved state and local roadways for OHRVs. Our ability to provide adequate services to our core hunting, fishing and outdoor constituents, all while managing a rapidly expanding OHRV industry, is a difficult task given existing staff and funding levels.

The vast majority of riders follow the rules and practice safe responsible riding, but illegal off-trail riding, modified exhaust systems and failure to obey speed limits damage the reputation of all trail riders and threaten the essential partnership with landowners that makes the sport possible.

I encourage you to become active in your sport and join a local snowmobile or OHRV club. The success of New Hampshire’s trail systems rests on our partnerships with state and local clubs and with landowners. Don’t forget — more than 80% of the state’s trails are on private lands, so please stay on the trails, wear protective gear, and ride responsibly.

Glenn Normandeau, Executive Director
NH Fish and Game Department


N.H. Fish and Game — Our Mission

As the guardian of the state’s fish, wildlife and marine resources, the New Hampshire Fish and Game Department works in partnership with the public to:

  • Conserve, manage and protect these resources and their habitats;
  • Inform and educate the public about these resources; and
  • Provide the public with opportunities to use and appreciate these resources.

The NH Fish and Game Department receives Federal Assistance from the US Fish & Wildlife Service, and thus prohibits discrimination on the basis of race, color, national origin, disability, age and sex, pursuant to Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, Title II of the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990, Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972, and the Age Discrimination Act of 1975. If you believe you have been discriminated against in any program, activity or service, please contact or write the US Fish & Wildlife Service, Division of Wildlife and Sport Fish Restoration, 4001 N. Fairfax Drive, Mail Stop: WSFR – 4020, Arlington, Virginia 22203, Attention: Civil Rights Coordinator for Public Programs.