- Schools and organized groups must register prior to visiting the Woods
- Groups should be no larger than 20 people
- Motorized vehicles, bicycles, fires, camping, firearms, hunting and nighttime use are prohibited
- Dogs must be leashed at all times, and dog waste must be carried out
- Removal of natural and cultural items such, as rocks or wildflowers, is strictly prohibited
- Park only in designated areas
- Weddings & other group events are not permitted
Leave No Trace
- Leave what you find
Damaging, defacing, or removing natural objects deprives other visitors. Building structures and altering natural features spoils the wild feel of the preserve.
- Avoid moving rocks and downed logs
Moving rocks and logs disturbs important habitat in both the woods and the stream.
- Stay on maintained trails
Straying from the trail leads to soil erosion and habitat destruction.
- Carry out all trash and pet waste
Pet waste contains bacteria that is dangerous to human health and stream water quality.
For questions or to register your group call (207) 622-9831 or email email@example.com