The Big South Fork National River and Recreation Area’s Trail Keepers program is a volunteer partnership for people who love the park’s trails and want to help take care of them. The goal of the program is to provide an extended presence in the backcountry, and at the same time, provide the Big South Fork’s staff with information on trail conditions.
“There are so many people who love to hike, bike, and ride the trails at the Big South Fork. With more than 400 miles of trails to take care of, this program is a great way for folks who have a special interest in a particular trail to help keep it in great shape,” said Niki Stephanie Nicholas, Park Superintendent.
To learn more about the Big South Fork Trail Keeper program, please click here, or call the volunteer coordinator at (423) 569-9778.