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Woodstock Trail Watch

Good Will Ambassadors on our Trails

Woodstock Trail Watch Volunteers promote safety and appropriate trail use by providing information and assistance to all trail users. They observe and document trail safety issues requiring attention, serve as a positive presence on Woodsotck trails and assist the Woodstock Parks and Recreation, Police and Fire Departments to keep Woodstock's trails safe and well maintained.

"Neighborhood Watch" for our Trails

Trail Watch is a volunteer program in which hikers, cyclists, skaters and walkers help promote public safety and assist the City in monitoring Woodstock's trails and parks. Volunteers are identified by a brightly colored vest or t-shirt and a City issued ID Card. They serve as "extra eyes and ears" on the trails.

Trail Watch volunteers report safety hazards, suspicious activity and assist trail users. Trail Watch volunteers must be 18 years of age, complete an application process, have a background check and attend training classes provided by the City of Woodstock.

Trail Watch Presentation

Trail Watch Application

Trail Safety Tips


Trail Information:


Interactive Trail Map

Rope Mill Bike Trails- Elevation Profile

Town to Creek Map Tour

Report Maintenance Concern: Woodstock Park and Recreation 770-517-6788