With over 430 miles of trail on the National Forest located in Summit County, there is a constant need for maintenance, FDRD volunteers help with important stewardship efforts. In partnership with over 30 local businesses, organizations and schools, FDRD coordinates 60+ field projects during each summer season (end of May through September). The trail projects task volunteers with new trail construction, structure installation and general drainage maintenance and, while worksite locations change from year to year, we make a special effort to spread our projects all over the county to make it convenient for anyone and everyone to join in. We feel if each person who uses our trails gave a little back, we’d have one of the most elite trail systems to run, hike or bike in the country. We hope to see you on one of our upcoming projects in the near future!