Trails are open. Please help us keep trails safe and don't create ruts that will freeze and be dangerous. Dippers and Shooting star are cleared of trees as of 12/19. There are trees reported on Long Creek and Riverside. Please report additional trees. Shower houses are closed for the season.

Hiking & Running

Hikers, runners and walkers are always welcome on any of the trails at Whiterock Conservancy. There is no use fee, but a suggested donation of $2 can be made at any trail head. The double track trail that runs around the entire property provides inspiring vistas of the valley. The trails designed for horseback riders provide a reinforced surface and the bike optimized trail will be a fun and flowy walk. Both wind through the savanna and forest for a shaded walk.

Along the way, you will see interpretive signs that feature natural, agricultural, archeological and cultural points of interest. In addition, you will find a wildlife viewing blind moved each season for an excellent view.

While wet trails are open to hikers and runners, we ask that if you are leaving deep footprints in the mud, please use the rocked town loop trail in order to protect our dirt surfaces, control erosion and reduce maintenance needs.

If you don’t have the time, energy or ability to hike to your favorite spots, you can rent a Gator and explore the shared use double track trails.

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