IMG_2069The Adopt-A-Trail program in Steamboat Springs provides an opportunity for community minded individuals, groups, and businesses to devote time to maintaining our local trails. Volunteers assist city staff by picking up trash and monitoring a section of trail once a month from May through October. Volunteers cover everything from the busiest sections of the Yampa River Core Trail, to quieter neighborhood trails.

All adoptable sections of trail are currently covered, but please contact Open Space and Trails Supervisor Jenny Carey at 970-870-7014 or to express future interest in adopting a trail.

Current Volunteers

We are so grateful to all the volunteers that donate their time to help maintain our trails! 

Trail Adopted By
Walton Creek Trail Beryl Link
South End of Yampa River Core Trail to River Creek Park Troop 194
River Creek Park to Rotary Park Steve Zarlengo - Edward Jones
Rotary Park to Railroad Bridge Steamboat Brochure Delivery
Railroad Bridge to Fetcher Park Axis West Realty
Fetcher Park to Emerald Ballfields Angela Ashby - REMAX
Emerald Ballfields to Pamela Lane Pet Kare Clinic
Pamela Lane to Rich Weiss Park Singletrack Bookkeeping
Rich Weiss Park to Howelsen Park Steamboat Springs Winter Sports Club
Howelsen Park to Art Depot Holy Name Catholic Church
Art Depot to Stockbridge Sloop Painting
Stockbridge to James Brown Bridge Backdoor Sports
James Brown Bridge to Bear River Park Win and Elaine Dermody
Butcherknife Trail UC Health Yampa Valley Medical Center
Fox Creek Trail Yampa Valley Community Foundation
Lower Spring Creek Trail / Sailors Way O'Neils Tavern and Grill
Spring Creek Trail to Ponds Horizons