Mount Mossilauke ATV club (MMATVC) was founded in 2002 in response to the Town Selectmen closing the trails and roads in Warren, NH to all OHRVs. In a town of 800+/- people, over 200 showed up at the next Selectmen's meeting. It was agreed that without a club and some structure to the trail system that there was a fair amount of "outlaw" riding going on. They agreed to reopen the trails and land based on a trial basis if a club was formed and the trails were signed, maintained and patrolled.
It was decided early on to join our club with the New Hampshire Off Highway Vehicle Assoc. (NHOHVA). NHOHVA fights for our right to ride at the state and federal level the same way clubs work to keep there trails open.
Setting up the club, while no easy task, has led to some great times with some excellent people.
We had many local trail work parties and try very hard to make your riding here fun.We've had a lot of help in the past from New Durham Valley ATV Club, Sullivan County ATV Club, and New Hampshire ATV Club. Many of our club members belong to all three.
We have gone on club rides to Mt. Washington, New Durham Valley, Ammonoosac, Sullivan County, North Country, Jericho/Success. We hope to put on many more out off town rides this year and for years to come. MMATVC is in charge of just under 30 miles of Summer trails. While we are far from the largest trail system in the state, we have several very neat things on our trails. The scenery is beautiful at Meador Pond. You can ride to two great swimming holes, one on the Glenn Cliff Loop Trail and the other at the junction of Studio Rd. and Batchelder Brook Rd. We have the Green House Restaurant and Calamity Jane's Restaurant on the trail. You can ride to the Warren Village Market for food and gas. The Burning Bush Hardware store is trail accessible if you need that special oil, screw or tool to continue your ride. Swing into Fat Bob's Ice Cream Stand for the treat that will cool you off on hot day. The State of NH Fish Hatchery in Warren is also on the trail and is well worth the visit. They have a museum, fish ponds and hiking trails. Walt's Auto and Marine is on the trail and they stock ATV oils and accessories. Should you need a repair you can not handle, Full Throttle Motorsports is just up the road, although not on the trail. When Summer is over and most trails close to ATV's our trails remain open. We work hand in hand with Asquamchumaukee Snowmobile Club and are allowed to use their local trails. The Warren to Woodstock trail is also open (winter only) as are White Mountain Snowmobile and ATV Clubs trails. Come on up for a 100+ mile winter ride..........You Will Love It!!........MMATVC is also the home of the Warren Old Home Days ATV weekend. The second weekend of July the club helps the town celebrate Old Home Days by riding in the parade, having a Poker Run and giant cookout. This has become on of the biggest ATV events in the state. It is a whole weekend of family fun..... Be Sure To Come.
Remember the Selectmen I told you about at the begining of this letter? We have done such a good job in town that they and the local police have written letters of recommendation to other towns thinking of opening roads to ATVs. We have come a long way and it is all thanks to great members!.................. Join the Club, Join the Fun!