Date(s) - 05/17/2018 - 05/20/2018
Field & Forest Recreation Area
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REGISTRATION OPENS MARCH 18, 2018 at Noon.
May 17-20, 2018
Field & Forest Recreation Area
890 NH 137, Harrisville, NH
42°56’36.72″N, 72° 0’46.97″W
OPEN TO THE PUBLIC!!
Registration is required. Registration will open March 18, 2018 at Noon.
Three days of wheeling on the best trails in New England, and two nights of camping with direct access to the trails. Add Thursday night if you’d like to get there early! Trails open first thing Friday morning. Weekend registration only…no single-day tickets.
– Weekend Pass (includes 3 days of wheeling and 2 nights of camping): Driver – $70, Passenger/Camper – $30
-Thursday Night camping: $15 per person.
– No Single Day Tickets.
All Drivers need to pre-purchase a ticket. We do have a limit on Driver Tickets. Passengers can be added at arrival.
MANDATORY Minimum Vehicle Requirements: 33″ Tires, 2 lockers and a winch, proper tow points and recovery equipment, fire extinguisher.
Minimum group size is two vehicles.
Trail Ratings/Vehicle Requirements: You should not be on our trails without seat belts for all occupants, proper tow points, recovery gear (tow strap, tree saver, etc.), and a fire extinguisher.
– Green/Blue-33” tires/2 functional lockers/functional winch/roll bar (factory or aftermarket) or undamaged factory steel roof
-Black-35” tires/2 functional lockers/functional winch/roll bar (factory or aftermarket) or undamaged factory steel roof (full cage highly recommended)
– Red-37” tires/2 functional lockers/functional winch/full cage
Some notes about minimum rig requirements and wheeling here: Our minimum rig requirements are not a SUGGESTION in order for you to more easily run the trails without rig damage, they are MANDATORY minimums…running these trails with only the minimum equipment will be EXTREMELY difficult. All of our trails carry a strong possibility of body damage, and the less equipped your rig is, the higher the probability for damage is. We strongly recommend competition compound tires for running our red trails…it is not uncommon for some rigs on comp compound tires to pull cable on some of the black trails, and the red trails are likely to have you pulling cable even on comp compound tires. The red trails here will challenge even the most extreme buggies on comp compound tires…trying them on DOT tires will have you very frustrated and challenged to say the least, and likely broken. We have ZERO tolerance for trail blazing/braiding/making new go-arounds…this place is rugged, this is your fair warning.
Camping: We have both shady treed campsites and grassy sites circling our large field. Most sites will work for groups of campers, with plenty of room for RV’s. We do have a limited number of electric/water sites available. These are first come, first serve. However, one of these group sites has electric/water available and will fit 3 campers or motor homes in addition to tents.
Please note in the registration comment field if you have a large group and are interested in that.
We do have a rustic bathhouse with flushing toilets and showers. An RV pump out station is available for guests. Ice and firewood available for sale on site.
Pets: Friendly dogs are more than welcome, and we prefer they be kept on a leash. Please clean up after them though…bags for this are available in both the men’s and women’s room.
Kids: Children are welcome. There is no charge for children 15 and under.
-Please park on the grass and drive on the roads. Do not block the road to other traffic, and do not drive over the grass. Do not park on the grass across the road from the bathhouse.
-Please drive slowly in the campground and on our entrance road. There are apt to be dogs and kids around.
-Well behaved dogs are more than welcome, but please clean up after him/her. There are disposal bags available in the both the men’s and ladies rooms.
-Please do your best to conserve water. Especially in dry periods, water is in short supply.
-Only firewood originating in New Hampshire permitted in the campground. We do have firewood for sale on site.
-Please burn only in designated fire pits. Fire pits cannot be moved. Please keep cans and bottles out of the fire pits. Please extinguish fires fully before leaving.
-PLEASE STAY ON DESIGNATED TRAILS!
-Absolutely NO drinking on the trails. Anybody seen drinking on the trails (whether driver or passenger) will be asked to leave immediately, with no refunds given.
-Proper recovery equipment is REQUIRED. Always use a tree strap when winching.
-Do not litter. Please pack out any trash.
-Please keep all smoking and cigarette butts inside vehicles.