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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Best ATV Trail Maps in New England
Posted by Shaun Cookinham on Aug 6th 2020
GPS Trailmasters Map for Garmin devices and Garmin Base Camp application seamlessly integrate such that you can plan any route, as well as compare any recorded ride to the map overlays. I've been using the Trailmasters maps for well over (5) years now predominately in the Northern ME area with no issues. The trail maps overlay the Garmin Topo maps which provide high fidelity of trail accuracy. No other digital trail maps compare. Lastly, customer service is second to none. Doug takes the time to address any issue you might run up against, or is always willing to listen to your feedback.
Posted by Luke Adams on Jul 22nd 2020
I bought this as a guide to use in northern Pa. I have a UTV so where I can legally ride is imperative. the trails and the color/line designations are not accurate. the trails I did ride after consulting the locals and authorities were non existant or mark on trailmasters as atv only. other trails that were marked green for UTV access were not and luckily I was able to figure that out and get out of there before i got shot or fined. I was excited to be able to go to different areas of the state to ride based on the Trailmasters Trailmaps but really they are total misinformation. so you got my money, I got a waiste of time.
Posted by Cort on Jul 21st 2020
The map has most of the marked main trails however there are a lot of trails that are marked but not depicted on the map. The map works well on the Garmin, but does not integrate with other maps on the Garmin. Had to shut off all other maps to get directions without conflict. With other street maps activated it is hard to navigate as the Garmin will route me on Major highways and other atv restricted roads even with preferences set to dirt roads only. I would suspect that is a fault in the Garmin though.
Very good maps.
Posted by Tom Battle on Jul 6th 2020
This is a very good map and navigation program. It is well detailed and very good on the turn by turn function. If your off roading in New England this is the program to have.
Nothing but the best!
Posted by John Bates Jr on Jun 10th 2020
GPS Trailmasters continues to be my goto for consistent, accurate and up to date ATV/UTV trail maps for my GPS, Phone and Computer. They are simple to install and configure and make riding much easier than carrying bulky out of date trail maps. Thanks again
great Company to deal with !
Posted by William h Lee on Feb 3rd 2020
These folks are always there if you need them
Posted by Ken Rollins on Oct 24th 2019
Love it I used it in Maine and it was spot on. There were a couple of times that without it we would have been in spots that we weren't suppose to be.
Poor performance on Garmin Outlander
Posted by Scott Royal on Sep 21st 2019
When zoomed in to a usable level trails don’t show, every time loaded on Garmin Outlander 3D mode on map quits working. It would be nicer if the trail showed on the Explore view of the gps, they only show on the Drive view.
!st GPS owner
Posted by Joe Gerrish on Aug 29th 2019
Used it for the 1st last weekend. I tried it on trails I was use to. I was very impressed on how accurate it was. Next trip will be farther north on trails I'm not really use to.