-In case of emergency dial 9-1-1.
-If you have any type of hypertension or heart disease, check with your doctor before you hike.
-Watch out for Tripping Hazards (branches, curbs, bridges, etc.), High Temperatures, Flooded Areas, Poison Ivy, Stray Animals, Thorn Bushes, Water/Muddy Areas, Broken Glass, Pedestrians and Traffic.
-Be aware of your surroundings at all times.
-Stay hydrated, apply sunscreen constantly
-Keep our trails clean; Pack it in, Pack it out (NO LITTERING).
-Always use the buddy system and stay within walkways/sidewalks.
-Bicycles go with traffic, Walkers go against traffic.
-Clean up after your pets, bring doggy bags.
-After hiking check for ticks thoroughly.
What to Wear/Bring:
Trail Map, Long Pants, Hiking Boots, Bug Spray, Medications, Hat, Sunscreen, Water, Flashlight, Compass, Travel First Aid Kit, Backpack, Pen/Pencil, Cellular Phone, Money, Notepad (optional), GPS (optional), Snack (optional), Camera (optional).
-Wooded Paths (dirt, mud, grass, woodchips, wooden planks)
-Urban Paths (sidewalks, grass, streets, gravel)
-Hybrid (incorporates Wooded and Urban trail features)