Celebrate Trails Day


Hosted on the third Saturday of April, Celebrate Trails Day (formerly Opening Day for Trails) is an annual spring celebration of America’s trails. Started by Rails-to-Trails Conservancy in 2013, the celebration encourages people all across the country to get outside and enjoy the nation’s exceptional trails and trail systems.

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RSVP for April 24, 2021

2021 RSVP Prizes

Mark your calendars for Rails-to-Trails Conservancy’s annual spring celebration of the pathways we all love! This year, Celebrate Trails Day (formerly Opening Day for Trails) falls on Saturday, April 24. We'll be sharing fun ways for you to enjoy the amazing trails you love while being able to #RecreateResponsibly—so that everyone can celebrate trails, safely.

RSVP to let us know you'll be by visiting a local trail on Celebrate Trails Day! By doing so, you'll help show that you value the trails in your community—plus, if you're one of the first 150 people to RSVP, we'll send you great prizes courtesy of our 2021 sponsors!

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NOTE: Rails-to-Trails Conservancy urges all individuals seeking trail experiences during the COVID-19 pandemic to practice social distancing at all times and follow the guidelines by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, and state and local governments. For more information and resources on how to #RecreateResponsibly outside, go to railstotrails.org/COVID-19.


2021 Sponsors


Are you interested in supporting Celebrate Trails Day? Please get in touch with Jimmy O’Connor to learn more about sponsorship opportunities.

Parks For All championed by Hydro Flask
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MIRRYCLE CORPORATION logo
CLIF Family Foundation logo

Partners


Register to be a partner and RTC will promote your organization as part of its outreach to trail users nationwide.

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Partners Toolkit

Get tools to help you make Celebrate Trails Day a success.

EXPLORE TOOLKIT


Tip and Resources for Celebrating Trails Locally


Did you know that there are more than 40,000 miles of multiuse trails across the county? To find a trail close to you and to access operating information and more, you can use our free trail-guide website and app, TrailLink.

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Before you head out for the trail, learn more about how you can help make trails safe and fun for everyone by practicing good trail etiquette and by recreating responsibly. Learn how by checking out the #ShareTheTrail tips and #RecreateResponsibly guidelines.

“Keep Your Distance" graphic in English
Share the Trail “Keep Your Distance" graphic in English
Recreate Responsibly full rules
Recreate Responsibly full rules | Download
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Celebrate Trails Day

Hosted on the third Saturday of April, Celebrate Trails Day (formerly Opening Day for Trails) is an annual spring celebration of America’s trails. Started by Rails-to-Trails Conservancy in 2013, the celebration encourages people all across the country to get outside and enjoy the nation’s exceptional trails and trail systems.

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