What do our region’s trails mean to you?

We’re developing a plan for trails in Sullivan County – the Sugar River Region. Here’s why:

  • We believe recreational trails are a key resource for the Region.
  • We want to better understand the role that trails play in quality of life, economic vitality, and regional identity.
  • We want to identify the high-level projects, investments, strategies, and partnerships that will improve the quality and connectivity of trails and boost the region’s outdoor recreation economy (while respecting the goals & priorities of local trail networks).
  • We can achieve this by learning from our residents, trail organizations, local leaders, and business community.

Take the survey! Visit bit.ly/SullivanTrails for a quick 5 minute survey on trails in the county.

We are currently looking to talk with trail users of all types — hikers, bikers, walkers, snowmobilers, trail runners, dog sledders, equestrians, OHRV enthusiasts, cross-country skiiers, or anything else — if you use the trail, please fill out the contact form below!

Project Progress

Step 1: Trail Inventory
Step 2: Public Outreach; Opportunities & Needs Assessment
Fall/Winter 2022-23
Step 3: Develop an Action Plan
Winter/Mud Season 2023

Do you know about a trail not listed? Are you interested in becoming a part of this project? Or, if you have questions about this project, you can contact us below.

Explore trails in and around the Sugar River Region!

The map below (courtesy of TrailFinder) shows many of the public trail systems in the region (and nearby). Zoom in and click on a trail system to learn more about it.

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With support from:

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Sugar River Region Trails Plan