The Arnold Rim Trail Association is an all-volunteer group dedicated to developing trails for hiking, biking, fitness, horseback riding, wildlife viewing and more— great opportunities for both residents and guests to get out and enjoy the great outdoors just outside their doors! Volunteering to help make the Arnold Rim Trail vision a reality brings great rewards- new trails and new friends! As a trail user or supporter of the dream, we welcome you with open arms. Please join us by signing up today and consider making a donation to further our community project.
ART Trail 'Work' Days
Details of each trail work day throughout the summer: Please meet at the US Forest Service Station in Hathaway Pines at 8:30 am. After a brief safety orientation by Jeffery Hilson, our Stanislaus Forest Service Trail Manager, we will car pool to the section of trail we will build that day. Since it often gets warm as the morning progresses, please bring layers, gloves,hat, sunscreen, bug repellant, and water. Long pants are suggested as we encounter Poison Oak on occasion. If you have a favorite garden tool like loppers, bring those, but we will have tools for everyone. Folks from eight to eighty-eight are invited; children should have adult supervision. We wrap up by noon, sometimes a little earlier. If you have another obligation that day, feel free to depart sooner as needed.
Arnold Rim Trail Association steering committee member Dave Edney continues this year as our trail building leader. Thanks to Jeffery and Dave for their ongoing commitment and dedication to the Arnold Rim Trail.