Donations

Materials ( Gravel, Wood board /PT board, RR ties, landscaping timbers) can be dropped off at the dover head trail parking lot,  behind the Dover Wentworth Hospital

All donations are greatly appreciated.

IMPORTANT OHRV INFORMATION

New Hampshire OHRV laws, Rules and ride locations. http://www.wildlife.state.nh.us/ohrv/index.html

WE RIDE FOR FUN AND RELAXATION

Stay on Trails or go Home

our
crew at work

Bridge work starting Sunday ( 8/19/18) 8.AM any help will be appreciated. 


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    Welcome to Tri-City Trailsblazers. We are a non-profit OHRV club that started in 2003. 
Our goal is to make multi-use trails for ATV's, snowmobiles, Dirt Bikes, mountain biking, snowshoeing, hiking, walking the family pet ,Horse back riding, etc. We encourage it to be a family affair. These are great trails for nature walks with your children.

We recently merged with a group in Farmington to legalize trails for OHRV use, This is a work in progress . ​ When trails become legal a MAP will be made available to the public , Here. 

   Our club is in need of new members to help acquire land owner permission, trail development, etc.  If you or anyone you know is interested in joining our club and/or to help, please contact us.

Club application: Via ( NHOHVA)

Donations of materials are in great need and will  be greatly appreciated . e-mail to  chelu@metrocast.net

ATV / Snowmobile Club

 Club Meetings  will be announced a week in advance . 

Tri-City Trail Blazers

Trails

All trails are OPEN
to wheeled vehicles May 23 .2018

Dover trail entrance is temporarily closed for repair and maintenance