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Berlin now even more OHRV welcoming after city council vote
And on Wednesday, City Manager Jim Wheeler invited riders from all over to come check out the real estate opportunities, in this, the newest gateway to a thousand miles of trails in Coos County.
Berlin has had a connector for several years between the Success All-Terrain Vehicle Trails to the east of downtown and in the west, to Jericho Mountain State Park, a 7,500-acre playground for a variety of motorized vehicles that the State of New Hampshire has been developing incrementally.
The changes go into effect “upon passage,” said Wheeler, “and really there’s nothing to do at this point but to wait for the snow to melt and the ATV season to start.”
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