New England ATV Trail Map

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With over 11,500 miles of trail, this GPS trail map is for the serious ATVer. Covering Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, New York, and Pennsylvania, this comprehensive routable ATV map pairs perfectly with your Garmin GPS. This map is packed with hundreds of on trail services such as fuel, food, and lodging. With all the same points of interest and trails as each individual state map, this map is the best bang for your buck if you ride multiple states!

Click Our ATV Trails to see the exact trails, trail colors, line styles and trail accessible POIs. Scroll around and zoom in to see the accuracy of this map. Read more about the features of this map and our update process. Compatible with Windows and Mac OS X computers. All our X Package products install to your Garmin GPS, smart phones and tablets.

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  • 5
    ATV trail maps

    Posted by Greg on Jul 23rd 2022

    Trail access is mostly over private lands. Access is changing rapidly. Lots of rerouted, closed and new trails are appearing every day. It is important to submit your tracks so that updates can be done and others can upload the updates.

  • 5
    find my way home

    Posted by Unknown on Sep 29th 2021

    I use the ATV maps when ATVing. I often use Basecamp to plot out rides for the coming summer in Winter (keeps me busy), and transfer them to my Etrex30x handheld that I mount on my handlebars. Lately, I've been doing some solo riding. My confidence in exploring is greatly increased because I am on a known ATV trail, and can either INVERT Track, or just make sure my travel arrow coincides with my outbound track. I would not venture out without my GPS and my ATV trails from GPStrail masters.

  • 5
    Love It

    Posted by charles slaera on Sep 4th 2021

    Very happy with it the best maps out turn by turn o the best

  • 5

    Posted by Charles Salera on Sep 1st 2021

    Love it

  • 5
    Great Product

    Posted by Dan D on Aug 15th 2021

    Been using the snowmobile version for many years. Just bought a SxS and bought the ATV version. Great product, would not leave home without it. If there are any issues, Doug is very responsive and does what he can to help you. I highly recommend this product

  • 2

    Posted by Ed Pappas on Aug 1st 2021

    When I see a trail I am not positioned on it. I bought this update but don't see in gps. Need to know how to reload. How do I first remove from gps? Do I need to know the file name and can I delete it thru windows 10? I was in Pennsylvania yesterday and had nothing.

  • 4
    Great products, always room for improvement

    Posted by Michael Wetherbee on Jul 29th 2021

    I use both the ATV and snowmobile versions of these maps. They work very well and I highly recommend them as a navigation tool. That being said, there is always room for improvement. Accurate maps are dependent on users sending in updated tracks. The rewards program for submitting tracks is very fair. I wish more brands of GPS were covered. I do advise using a quality garmin unit. I have used several cheaper units and the quality of the navigation diminishes due to the lack of some features. Overall these guys put out a great product!

  • 5
    Wont go out without it

    Posted by james martin santillo on Jun 24th 2021

    using this product is a must for us. we dont leave home without it. knowing were you are and whats around you makse it so much more enjoyable to adventure into unknown areas.

  • 5
    Excellent, could not ride without it!

    Posted by George on Jun 1st 2021

    I use gpstrailmasters online, first, to plan rides and recently the Trip Planner. The app is, in my opinion, excellent and I believe we could not ride without it. We always try to obtain local ATV maps, but that's not always possible. The few times there are issues with gpstrailmaster, we send updates to Doug and receive a credit towards the next update. Thanks, Doug!