Off-Highway Recreational Vehicle (OHRV)
The 2016-2017 Annual Registrations will be available by mid-day on Wednesday, June 15, 2016.
OHRVs in New Hampshire
Riding a snowmobile or wheeled vehicle in New Hampshire can be fun and exciting for the whole family. Take a class, join a club and ride responsibly.
NH OHRV Digest of Regulations - available in searchable web format.
OHRV Safety Education
FIND A CLASS: Off-Highway Recreational Vehicle (OHRV) Safety Education Courses for snowmobiles, All-Terrain Vehicles (ATVs) and trail bikes are available both online and in traditional classroom format, taught by Fish and Game-certified volunteer instructors. Find a traditional class or take a class online.
Riding in New Hampshire
- FAQs about using snowmobiles, ATVs and trail bikes in New Hampshire
- Reciprocal snowmobile weekend
- Renting a snowmobile or ATV - View the list of NH OHRV Rental Agents
- Safe Riding Tips - Safety guidelines all riders should know
- Snowmobile Trail Conditions (Department of Parks and Recreation)
- Where to ride - New Hampshire has miles of trails for the OHRV enthusiast
OHRV Forms[PDF format]
- OHRV Accident Report
- OHRV Event Permit Application
- OHVR/Snowmobile Rules Disclosure Statement
- OHRV Trails Maintenance Vehicle Application
- OHRV Registration Forms
- Snowmobile Trail Permission
Loud snowmobiles and OHRVs are a primary cause of complaints from landowners and other trail users. Vehicles powered by "two stroke" engines are the biggest offenders. All operators are encouraged to ride quiet vehicles. It is illegal to modify an exhaust system in any way that increases the noise level. Learn more about maintaining good relations with local landowners.