Seeley Lake Trails

A mountain biker rides on a trailPhoto credit: Ben Donatelle

The Trust for Public Land works with communities across the country to create locally-driven solutions for connecting people to the lands that surround them. In addition, we develop resources, like the Seeley Lake Trails Survey, to support community stakeholders, agencies, and local governments in their efforts to work together to make informed decisions about parks, trails, and other public resources.

In the summer of 2015, in partnership with Montana Conservation Corps and the U.S. Forest Service, we hosted two AmeriCorps interns in Seeley Lake to complete a trails survey to help inform future trail efforts in the area. This report is a valuable resource to the entire Seeley Lake community, helping to identify priorities for stewardship and enhancement of trails and other recreational opportunities in the area.

Seeley Lake, Montana is fortunate to have incredible natural resource and a community committed to working together to create and improve the area's abundant recreational activities. We hope the trails survey report will be a resource for everyone who cares about the future of Seeley Lake, and a productive tool to identify concrete ways to work together to advance the future of our trails.

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