1. Know your local and state park and traffic laws.
2. Obey the signs.
3. Always show courtesy to all other trail users.
4. Stay to the far right of the trail; pass on the left…unless otherwise posted.
5. Listen for others: headphones may impair your ability to hear and react to potentially dangerous situations.
6. Wear appropriate safety equipment.
7. Do not take up more than half of the trail.
8. This is a recreational trail; expect a wide-variety of users.
9. Remain in single file when trails are congested and in heavy use.
10. Stay on the designated path.
11. Motorized vehicles are not permitted on greenways, trails, or parks.
Walkers and Runners:
1. Keep pets on a leash at all times.
2. Immediately clean-up after your pet.
3. Keep your leashes short; less than three feet.
4. Provide plenty of room to allow faster trail users to pass.
5. Do not congregate or remain idle, keep moving.
1. Yield to pedestrians at all times.
2. Always provide an audible warning when passing.
3. Pass on the left.
4. Excessive speeds are dangerous to everyone; slow down.
5. Utilize your bike lights when riding at night.
6. Children are to wear a safety helmets when using a bike, skates, scooters or any other non-motorized vehicle.
7. Ride single file.