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The Adopt-A-Trail program was developed by the Riverside County Regional Park & Open-Space District to bring community members and organizations together to protect and maintain the natural beauty of our trail system and open space areas.
The AAT program encompasses trails, parks, and playgrounds throughout Riverside County from the desert up to the snowy mountains. We rely on the dedication and hard work of volunteers to keep our trails maintained and safe for everyone. Without the dedication of our volunteers, our trails and parks would fall into disrepair and be unavailable for use.
Once you have adopted your trail, the District will meet you on your trail to help develop your work plan, make sure you understand the reporting process, and that you have all the tools you need to lead your group in a successful adoption campaign.
Orphaned Trail : Creekside Pass at Hurkey Creek
Distance: 0.25 mile
Need: Quarterly trail checks (weather permitting)
Bonus: Adopter earns free camping at this location
Adopters are required to make a one-year commitment to the program with regular trail checks depending on the needs of the trail. Some trails may require more maintenance than others. It is the Adopter's responsibility to ensure that their trail segment is passable by users at all times.
Adopting a trail is a great way for scouts and their leaders to make a meaningful, long-term impact in their community. It also provides opportunities for scouts to earn merit badges such as trailblazing, emergency preparedness, and much more!
Leadership opportunities & Eagle Scout projects are also available.
OTHER PROGRAM LOCATIONS
Email firstname.lastname@example.org to start the adoption process.
4600 Crestmore Road, Jurupa Valley, CA 92509, US
To acquire, protect, develop, manage, and interpret for the inspiration, us and enjoyment of all people, a well-balanced system of park related places of outstanding scenic, recreational, and historic importance.
Riverside County Parks is the common name often used to refer to the units operated by the Riverside County Regional Park and Open-Space District (District). These units include: Business Operations, Regional Parks, Resources, Trails, Open Space, and Recreation. The District’s focus encompasses providing high-quality recreational opportunities and preserving important features of the County’s Natural, Cultural and Historical heritage.
We'll work with your schedule.
56375 Highway 74Mountain Center, CA 92561
March 6, 2020