PRKR MTN TRAILS is a non-profit organization that needs your financial help, please consider donating to help support our trails.
Current Plans: This year, our budget is $37,500 worth of trail building and maintenance!! Projects include 3-5 miles of beginner friendly terrain on a new property adjacent to the Elm St trail. A new trail connecting the Boys Scouts camp to the trails near Broomstick Rd, which will give us access to the Boy Scouts Camp for parking. Plus we hope to construct a new trail that connects the top of Winds and Pines to Elm st.
None of this will happen without your help!! So please be generous and hit the donate button and then ask your employer if they will match your donation! Thanks!
Please Donate To Help Support Our Trails
- Individual Suggested Yearly Donation $50
- Family Suggested Yearly Donation $100
- A Donation of any amount is very much appreciated!!
Or you can mail your tax deductible donation to:
PRKR MTN Trails PO Box 1014, Littleton NH 03561
Let us know how many bikes you have if you’re doing an “Individual” donation, or how many people in your family for a “Family ” donation, and we will send you the correct amount of support stickers pictured below. Leave your address in the notes window please.
What We’ve Done With Your Support
For 2018 we spent $17,000 on our trails, we “deboned” the lower trails; Orange, Homegrown, Rock n Roll to make them more rideable for beginner and intermediate riders. We did a reroute on Winds n Pines to make it easier to climb. We mowed, clipped and trimmed the whole network. Over 800 hours of manual labor was invested in our network, thanks to your support and some grants we received!
In 2017 thanks to the generosity of private donors, public entities (Littleton Water & Light, and the Town of Littleton), and private companies (Dodge Contracting, and Horizons Engineering, and volunteer help we were able to achieve both of our major goals. We constructed a permanent parking lot at the end of School St, and our new pump track in the field just beyond the parking lot on the site of the old reservoir.