Adopt a Trail Program

The Wegmanns: Keeping the Adventure Route beautiful!
The Wegmanns: Keeping the Adventure Route beautiful!

As a trail adopter, you play an important role in keeping your section beautiful and safe, including picking up litter, mending fences, controlling weeds, and cutting brush.

To become a trail adopter, contact the trail manager in your area.

Port Townsend/Jefferson County
Jeff Selby
(360) 531-2370
selbyjl44@gmail.com

Eastern Clallam County
Ann Sargent
(360) 681-4661
asargent@jamestowntribe.org
Clallam-Jefferson County border west to the Sequim city limits (east).

City of Sequim
Bob Lake
lakeeffecttechnologies@outlook.com

Central Clallam County
Carrie Kalina
(360) 681-0420
peripateticme@hotmail.com
Sequim city limits (west) to Port Angeles (Morse Creek).

City of Port Angeles
Jim Mraz
jjmrz@msn.com
(360) 928-9595.
Waterfront Trail (Morse Creek) to the Elwha River.

Western Clallam County
Andy Stevenson
andy@thestevensons.us
West of Lake Crescent to the Camp Creek trailhead.

Olympic Adventure Route (aka the OAT)
Tom St. Amand
(360) 670-3476
lumppytom@hotmail.com
The Peninsula Trails Coalition manages this unique section of the ODT that includes 21 miles of forested singletrack with amazing mountain and strait views that’s for ideal for hikers, trail runners, equestrians, and mountain bikers. Dog friendly.

The people behind the Olympic Discovery Trail since 1988.