Jan 242019
 
Off-Roading in New Hampshire | Epping, NH

Vehicles like the Toyota Tacoma, Tundra, RAV4, 4Runner, and Land Cruiser make off-roading more fun. These adventure-ready rides are quite popular at Hurlbert Toyota because there are so many different places to go off-roading in New Hampshire. Not sure where to start? Here are some of our favorite spots.

Mountain Mud Terrain Park

Located in the White Mountain National Forest in Warren, Mountain Mud Terrain Park is a 63-acre plot of land that boasts 12 miles of trails for drivers at every skill level. The park is open all year long, even in the dead of winter, and they run competitions throughout the year, including two competitions for mud trucks.

Loop to Purgatory Brook Trail

This 2.8-mile trail doesn’t get much traffic, so if you’re looking for something more secluded, check it out. It’s a short trail that’s great for all skill levels, and there’s plenty to do besides driving the trail, making it a perfect destination for a family day trip. There’s even a waterfall!

Rockingham Recreational Rail Trail

Auburn’s Rockingham Recreational Rail Trail is 27.3 miles of trail for drivers with moderate skills. It sits along a river and has plenty of beautiful views, and it keeps cool in the summer thanks to the shady forest. Plus, it’s incredibly easy to access.

Granite State Rail Trail

Granite State Rail Trail near Milford is another great spot for off-roading, with 13.3 miles of trails for all skill levels. This serene lakeside trail has plenty of ground to cover, plus plenty of other activities to keep kids happy.

For your next off-road vehicle, look no further than Hurlbert Toyota. Adventure awaits!

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