South Summit Trails Foundation

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April Meeting Highlights

On April 30, 2016, Posted by , In General Information,Projects,Volunteer, With No Comments

Dear SSTF suporters: We would like to keep you up to date and engaged with highlights from each meeting. Find information from the April meeting below: We have over 500 signatures on the Trail and Open Space petition. We have set a goal of 750 signatures by May, Please help…

Consider Signing this Petition NOW!

As a community of people who have interest in trail development and access in the Kamas valley, this is our time to let our interests be known. By signing  our petition titled  “Make trails and recreation a priority for future development in South Summit Valley”  you will help bring to the attention of the Summit County…

Franson Park Trail Project: Picnic has been rescheduled to April 11, 6pm

Do you know Franson Lane in Oakley?  Do you know there is a park/trail system with parking and public access at the end of Franson Lane?  This is a beautiful publicly dedicated park that has gone by the way side, unused, therefore unkept. Monday, April 11th at 6:00pm, bring your…

Franson Park Trail Project – Monday, April 11, 6pm (rescheduled from 3/28)

On March 22, 2016, Posted by , In General Information,Projects,Trail News, With No Comments

Do you know Franson Lane in Oakley?  Do you know there is a park/trail system with parking and public access at the end of Franson Lane?  This is a beautiful publicly dedicated park that has gone by the way side, unused, therefore unkept. Monday, April 11th at 6:00pm, bring your…

New group to blaze trails on the county’s East Side

On January 10, 2016, Posted by , In General Information,Projects,Uncategorized, By , With No Comments

Park Record:   Twenty-five years ago, Park City’s mountain trail system was little more than a handful of mine roads and enhanced animal trails on private land. You hiked and rode these trails at your own peril, risking injury from lurking branches and incurring the wrath of local landowners….  Read…