|Trail||Location||City||Miles/Ride Time||Characteristics/Details to Note||Parking||Info Links||Map links||Contact||Trail Level|
|Northwood Meadows State Park||755 1st New Hampshire Turnpike, Northwood, NH 03261||Northwood||7+ miles of trail, but you have to ride a loop or backtrack|
This is a popular park, so be prepared for bikes, dogs and pedestrians.
|Parking lot off route 4. Even with cars, there's room for 2-4 trailers||https://www.nhstateparks.org/visit/state-parks/northwood-meadows-state-park.aspx||https://www.nhstateparks.org/getmedia/62d97940-2bfd-4862-aa14-82a9bc023805/Northwood-Area-Land-Management-Collaborative-Trail-Map.pdf||NA||Mostly Level 1 and 2|
|A Harlan Calef Isinglass Preserve||Town Farm Rd southeast of 202||Barrington||1-3 miles mostly of logging trails||Trails are fairly clear but not a lot of length at this time||At this time none available.Brave riders could access these trails by hacking on the road.||http://barringtonconcom.org/A._Harlen_Calef_Property.html||http://barringtonconcom.org/A._Harlen_Calef_Property_files/Calef%20Trails%207.16.16.pdf||NA||Level 1|
|Locke Falls/Waste Management||Accessed through Waste Management in Rochester||Barrington||1.5-7 miles||Be prepared for other hikers.||Off Rochester Neck Rd||http://barringtonconcom.org/3._Locke_Falls_Main_Page.html||https://www.rochesternh.net/sites/rochesternh/files/file/file/the_gonic_trails_map.pdf||NA||Level 2|
|Pawtuckaway State Park||7 Pawtuckaway Road|
Nottingham, NH 03290
|Nottingham||10+ miles||One of our state's most popular parks. Expect pedestrians, dogs, bicycles and hunting in season. Recommend arriving early in the day for best parking. If riders follow Reservation Rd parking guidance, then it's suggested that riders turn Right going UP N. Mt. Trail- If they come to Barway #3 they will be crossing Reservation Rd (Left=West bk to trailer), straight across passing thru barway #3 puts them on trail at next intersection Turn LEFT onto Mountain Trail: "DO NOT GO OUT TO THE PAVED PK RD". NOTE: April 1st - Nov 1st Horses are Not allowed on that side of the park as it is open to the public for camping. Also, Mountain trail takes you to Tower Rd & there will be a Pit Toilot on your LEFT. |
OPTION : Keep straight on Tower Rd to Round Pond, or turn LEFT heading South on Tower, then Right onto Reservation to head back to your trailer.
|1. Enter Reservation Rd from Rt107 in Deerfield. |
2. Continue up the incline about 0.5 mi, park under the power lines (owners allow horses ONLY - CLEAN UP after your horse).
3. Ride the road keeping RIGHT at the intersection passing Longview School on your Right
4. Appx. 0.75mi from the trailer is gate barway #6 on your Left & on your Right. This is N. Mt trail
Note: there is additional trailer parking past Longview School on the Left at the top of the hill on Reservation Rd. It is a half moon drive-thru area, it holds 2 trailers.
|https://www.nhstateparks.org/visit/state-parks/pawtuckaway-state-park.aspx||https://www.nhstateparks.org/getmedia/3b94c764-9e0c-4881-9932-69dd6ed8fd24/Pawtuckaway-Trail-Map.pdf||603-895-3031||Trails are a range of Levels 1-3. Mountain trails will be more intense.|
|SATWaSR||Parking off Tibbets Rd or 125||Barrington||2-3 miles at this time. Main trail is wide and mostly clear.||The Barrington concom link includes more detailed 'East' and 'West' trail maps than the overview map in column H.||Better parking off 125 better trails off Tibbets||http://barringtonconcom.org/6._Samuel_A._Tamposi_Water_Supply_Reserve_%28SATWaSR%29_Main_Page.html||http://barringtonconcom.org/Tamposi_Trail_Map_2.html||Mostly Level 1 and 2|
|Rockingham Rail Trail 'Portsmouth Branch' (state managed)||This 25 mile trail runs from Manchester to Newfields. It begins at Page Street in Manchester and ends at Ash Swamp Road in Newfields. This trail traverses through scenic small towns, forest lands and diverse wetlands.||Manchester/Portsmouth||28 miles-long in a straight line on flat surface.||Occasional barricades to go around, flat and straight. Shared trails - bikes, dogs. Some sections are maintained for ORV use.||TBD||https://www.nhstateparks.org/visit/recreational-rail-trails/rockingham-recreational-rail-trail,-portsmouth-bra||No map available||Level 1|
|Rockingham Rail Trail 'Fremont' (state managed)||Rte 107 and 111A in Fremont or off Rte 108 in Newfields (turn onto side street at Rockingham Ballroom and across from the gym)||Fremont/Epping/Newfields||18 miles-long in a straight line on flat surface||Occasional barricades to go around, flat and straight. Shared trails - bikes, dogs. Some sections are maintained for ORV use.||Parking is available in Fremont, at the ballpark, off Route 107 (near intersection of Routes 107 & 111A). Across from the old Depot & Library. Possible parking at Tack Shack with permission. There is also an old train station bld, a home w/horses & a port -a - potty, parking in in the ole train station lot. You CANNOT park across the road because that is for motorized 4 wheelers. Do NOT ride the 4-wheeler side of the trail. Parking at Newfields end (off of Rte 108, near Rockingham Ballroom) but space is extremely limited and will require backing. Recommend early arrival (8 AM or earlier) for best parking at Newfields end.||https://www.nhstateparks.org/visit/recreational-rail-trails/rockingham-recreational-rail-trail,-fremont-branch||https://www.nhstateparks.org/getmedia/342b80f1-64aa-4706-a7e9-bcebfaae4cb7/Rockingham-Fremont-RecTrailMay2010_1.pdf||Level 1|
|Hampton Beach State Park||160 Ocean Blvd||Hampton||Open||Open to horses 10/1-4/30. Sandy. Manure pickup above tideline and in all general/parking spaces required. Please help keep the beach open to all users by cleaning up equine waste whether it is yours or not.||Best parking is probably at South Beach parking lot||https://www.nhstateparks.org/visit/state-parks/hampton-beach-state-park.aspx||https://www.nhstateparks.org/getmedia/29889813-7191-453f-941d-2489372d69bf/Hampton-Beach-State-Park-Map.pdf||Level 1|
|Bear Brook State Park||61 Deerfield Road||Allenstown||Many||$4 fee. Season pass available.||Horse Trailers are ONLY allowed to park in HAYES FIELD (Do Not park in the Hiker Biker lot)|
1. Enter Podunk Rd from Deerfield Rd in Allenstown
2. Continue Straight up Podunk Rd about 1mi
3. On your RIGHT you will see the large open field & the sign for Horse trailer parking
4. Park anywhere in the field no backing necessary
5. There are 2 mounting ramps on the South side of the field
|Wells Beach||Atlantic Ave||Wells, ME||1.5 miles of sand||Sandy. Manure pickup above tideline and in all general/parking spaces required.||Best spot is the end of Atlantic Ave. Follow Atlantic Ave all the way down to the point (parking will be obvious when you get there). You will pass rows of cottages. Atlantic Avenue is a narrow two lane road, even though it is the main drag.||https://www.visitmaine.net/page/115/wells-beach-maine||https://www.google.com/maps/place/Wells+Beach,+Wells,+MEemail@example.com,-70.583712,14z/data=!4m5!3m4!1s0x89e2a9c9e563f181:0x2ce2bb22060f010b!8m2!3d43.3025861!4d-70.5672753||Level 1|