I do but the state of Taxachusetts has really become a drag on anything off road, but there is hope. The state of New Hampshire has realized that an organized effort would be what a rather large group of ATV riders are looking for in this part of the country and it would do the economy in the north good as well. The concerted effort of regulatory agency's along with the various ATV clubs have stitched together around 700 miles of trails, mostly in the northern part of the state.
Previously, the next largest area to ride off road was in Southern West Virginia at the Hatfield-McCoy recreation area which has around an ever expanding 600 miles of trails.
I have read quite a bit about this "welcoming" of the ATV's in NH and I think it's going to be a great thing for those of us who enjoy a ride in the woods on 4 wheels.
I'm getting the itch for another ATV-