Another Old Home Day in the books! Thank you to everyone that stopped by for some french fries and fried pickles! It was a fun day and we had a great group! Thank you to everyone that helped out - Bill and Gretchen Wilder, Scott Haskins, Robert M Mazur, Ed Doucet and Darrin Elliott! ... See MoreSee Less
Last night TNATT awarded three $250.00 book awards at the WRHS Class Night Ceremony!! Congratulations Josh Shevlin, Makayla Foster and Sam Constant all members of the WRHS Class of 2017!!Congratulations and best of luck in the future!! Thank you Herc Paulhus for doing the presentation!! ... See MoreSee Less
Just a friendly reminder that if you are operating an ATV, UTV, dirt bike, side by side, four wheeler, etc., etc., you are REQUIRED to obtain written land owner permission. The TNATT trail system is on privately owned land. This is NOT an ATV trail system and the gates and signs that you see on our trail system have been put there at the landowner's request. Please be respectful. The gates are not meant for you to ride around.
Just an FYI certain areas of our trail system are now being monitored with cameras. Any questions?
You can ride on trails that are clearly signed and designated for the type of vehicle that you are operating, or on land where you have received written landowner permission to ride. Contact the N.H. ...