Tom Estill’s fantastic spring report of happenings in Pine Hill Park.
Thank you Rosey, Chris and Bryan for spending 3 hours on a damp Sunday morning in Pine Hill Park. Complete with mosquitoes having breakfast on them.
Our volunteer work days will be with RHS YES plan starting June 8th. We start at 9AM and go till about 1:30.
Monday, June 11th, 9-1:30
Wednesday, June 13th-9-1:30
Thursday, June 14th-9-1:30
Friday, June 15th-9-1:30
Monday, June 18th-9-2:30
Tuesday, June 19th-9:30-2:30
Every following Monday and Tuesday except for the week of July 4th will be 9:30-2:30.
Please email us at email@example.com for more information.
Our project is working on a new trail that is a continuation of Jigsaw that was completed last year.
We can always use extra hands.
New skills course going in at the front entrance. Thanks to Bryan and Hunter!
Our work day May 12th was a success in getting Exit Strategy repaired and the front entrance seeded. Exit Strategy will open May 16th in the afternoon along with Voldemort, Lichen Rock and Droopy Pedal.
Come join in on our second community work day this Saturday, May 12th from 9am to noon. We have lots of small projects to attend too. Cleaning up Exit Strategy is one.
Our first community work day saw a lot of volunteers who did a fantastic job on the front entrance. We were also able to clean out some drainage’s on the trails. The Radio Flyer wagon was a huge success with the kids moving bark mulch.
We have a skills track going in up on the knoll behind the kiosk. Hunter was there helping his dad lay the track out. This will be a great addition to the park we can’t wait to see the finished product because it sounds awesome!
Here is the slide show presented at our Annual Dinner held last Monday (3/26). We’ve added a photo reel of some the the cool things happening in our park.
At the Annual Dinner we had some great guest speakers that told us what is going on in their neck of the woods. Minutes of the meeting are posted too. Enjoy.
2018 Photo Reel
Annual Dinner Presentation Slides
We are still in the process of cutting some of the larger trees down on the Redfield Trails. This one was cut up this past weekend and it was a snarly mess. Hopefully by the weekend (Nov 18/19th) we’ll have the last of the Redfield trails cleared of trees. Hunting is allowed on the Redfield trails so please wear bright colors.
Thank you to the volunteers on Saturday, October 7th to who helped repair the Hour Glass Bridge. The center section still drops but now is solid resting on rock and 6x6x’s. The rest of the bridge leveled. Next community work day is Saturday, October 21st, 9AM meet at front entrance.
We had a great morning for a mountain bike race. All ages were allowed to race. Medals were handed out to age groups 40+. Here are a few pics from today’s event.
We have closed Exit Strategy, Lichen Rock(Overlook Trail) and the steep hill on Droopy Muffin between Intersections 30 and 30A. These trails will be closed until spring when ground thaws out and dries out. Please be respectful on the trail closures.