Calling all members of the
Androscoggin Valley ATV Club!
On August 31st, September 1st & 2nd 2019, the Androscoggin Valley ATV Club will be holding a Food Drive Road Toll at the Jericho Mt ATV Trail Head. We asking for 2 cans of non-perishable food items or $1.00. All proceeds will benefit the Harvest Christian Fellowship Food Pantry, 219 Willow St, Berlin, NH.
The Harvest Christian Fellowship allows the Club to use it's meeting room for all monthly meeting.
Hope to see you all these...
We are the sponsoring club for the nearly 90 miles of trails in Berlin NH. You can connect to Gorham And Milan NH through the trails. We are also part of the "ride the Wilds" , the northeast’s largest interconnected ATV trail system, delivers 1,000+ miles of trails across Coos County, New Hampshire, and a riding experience that you have only just long imagined.
We have approximately 90 miles of multi-use trail system located in a NH State Park, open year-round for use by ATV/UTV/TB/TRUCKS/JEEPS/Snowmobiles. Also has a campground, lake, beach, and picnic area. The NH Bureau of Trails assists in maintenance along with volunteers from the AVATV Club.
We have 20 miles that head from Berlin to the north county connecting and the Ride the Wilds.
The Adnroscoggin Valley ATV Club, Inc. is a non-profit organization created to promote OHRV recreation and safety. We help plan, create, and maintain the OHRV trail networks of Jericho State Park, Head Pond and Success in the Berlin, NH area.
Time on your hands??? Why not volunteer! The AVATV Club needs member support, whether at an event, on a trail workday, or just to let us know trail conditions. Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org to see how you can help.
We buy local. The Androscoggin Valley ATV Club buys and hires locally when a job is too big for our volunteers. Come to a meeting, or contact a Club member and see how we're helping the Berlin economy with our MILLION DOLLAR TRAIL SYSTEM.
This system starts at Jericho Outdoors or at the new Visitors Center, with parking both places. There is about 80 miles of trails in this area to ride on, 3 black diamond trails ( Ann's Bump --- Erik's Way --- and Rene's Maze) and there are also many very scenic trails here. There are two designated picnic areas in the park. Some of these trails are one way but most are two way. We also Have a warming hut built by White Mt Ridge Runners snow machine club, this building is open all summer, if you get a chance check it out; it is great. Come and enjoy this fairly smooth system
This trail starts beside Jericho Outdoors and continues across the tracks and beside the little peoples pond. From there through the first of three gates on this 2000 acres; continue on to Pit Way and North Way Artery Trail. My opinion take north artery trail to the junction of Bo Bo Crow Trail and Causeway Trail. If you don't want to overlap take the Causeway trail first. This is a beautiful trail with a lot off scenery and some steep hills plus a long bridge.
When you come to Yankee Road, follow to the junction off Yankee Rd and North Artery Trail. Take North Artery Trail and take Bo Bo Crow Trail for scenic, steep hills and a little rough trail. Follow on to the North Artery Trail, take a left and you're back to Jericho Motor Sports.
The Pit Trail is a trail to Yankee Rd up to the junction of North Artery Trail.
Success is mostly a single two way trail to Success Pond and on to the Millsfield trail system. This trail is rough in places with fairly deep water bars, is approximatly 20 miles long. This trail is mostly through the woods with some roads. Some very nice scenic views on this trail. If you plan to go on to Mills Field be sure to carry extra gas as there is no place to get gas.
Family friendly beach, campground and welcome center. The trail network is multi-use, so you can enjoy biking, hiking, and running, as well as riding.
Besides the over 80 Miles of OHRV trails in the park, there is a 4x4 off-road Jeep and Truck trail from the welcome center.
These trails are open all Winter. Don't miss the spectacular views and crisp, mountain air by snowshoeing, cross country skiing, and snowmobiling. ATV trails are open for ATV travel until the Spring thaw, then reopen after the mud season.
Recently Renovated! Please watch signs while riding. Much of the Success trail system has been reworked. Watch our Facebook page for updates.
This trail is also connected to the Berlin Trail system and Ride the Wilds.