FAQs

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Q: Is there a fee to use the trails?

A: There is no charge to use the trails, and no permit is required.  We do, however, invite you to become a member of Tricounty Rails to Trails and make a donation to help us keep our trails maintained.

Q: Are ATV’s and snowmobiles allowed?

A: No motorized vehicles are allowed on the trails, except motorized wheelchairs.

Q: Are horses allowed?

A. Sorry, horses are not allowed on the trails.

Q: Who maintains the trails?

A: We do! The trails are maintained by Tricounty Rails to Trails, a not-for-profit organization whose mission it is to create and maintain rail trails in Jefferson, Elk, and Clearfield counties.  We rely on volunteer manpower and donations and membership dues to fund our work.  We encourage you to join us to make sure these trails are still here years from now.

Q: What’s the status of the trail to Allens Mills?

A: We have begun construction on our new trail, the Five Bridges Trail.  There is a lot of work ahead of us including rehabilitating 5 bridges, installing culverts and grading.  We are looking for volunteers to help build the trail, please contact us if you would like to help.

Q:  Why should I become a member?

A: We rely on membership dues and donations to pay for trail upkeep and the creation of new trails.  Your membership dues and donations will help insure that we can keep the trails in good shape.