Save the date: Humboldt Trails Council’s June 4th National Trails Day Celebration

Saturday, June 4th, 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Live at four locations

Please join us June 4th on the trail to commemorate National Trails Day. Humboldt Trails Council will be hosting tables on three trails along Humboldt Bay. Stop by for a visit, share what trails mean to you, and enjoy the trail with family and friends. Enter a drawing to win a $50 gift certificate from Pacific Outfitters. Or volunteer to work on the Hammond Trail in McKinleyville with our Volunteer Trail Stewards group from 9:00 -11:00 a.m. They will be working at the Mad River Overlook. Contact Stacy at to sign up for that adventure. Working on a trail can be as satisfying as trekking on one. Pick up a treasure map (English & Spanish versions) and head out on the trail to explore its riches. Return the completed map to receive your treasure.

At our table you will find light refreshments, information on local trails, bike maps to share, and other ways to access our local trails. Make a difference on the trails and look into our Volunteer Trail Stewards program. Join us at one of these locations from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. on June 4th to celebrate our trails: the Arcata Marsh Interpretive Center, the Eureka Waterfront Trail North near Blue Ox Mill (access via the end of Y Street), or on the Hikshari’ Trail off Hilfiker Road. 

Home of the Volunteer Trail Stewards

Miles of new trails are being added in Humboldt County–join the volunteer teams helping make our local trails safer and better maintained. Read about volunteer opportunities here

Check out the Calendar below for upcoming volunteer opportunities!

Please watch our 10 minute video about the VTS here.