A Volunteer Non-Profit Supporting Multi-Use Trails in Fayette, Ross and Highland
User Guidelines for Recreational Trails
Please, Pets must be kept on a short leash and must be controlled.
Bicyclists must yield to all other users and ride or pass at a safe speed.
No motorized vehicles allowed unless authorized.
No firearms, and no hunting.
Trail hours: dawn to dusk.
Use the right side of the trail unless otherwise designated.
Pass on the left, and always announce when passing.
Ride/skate at a safe speed. Wear a helmet or headgear.
For your safety, headphones are discouraged.
Remove all pet feces from the trail and dispose of properly.
Vehicles always have right of way at road crossings.
Trail is not maintained in winter. Cross-country skiing is permitted.
Always be aware of hazards on the trail. Branches, rocks, damaged pavement, gravel
and debris can cause serious accidents.
Be especially cautious when passing or overtaking children. Children may lack the
experience and knowledge about recreational trail use and may move in an unpredictable
manner. Always slow down when near children!
Help with safety of other users by removing litter, rocks, branches if possible.