Adopt A Trail

Somers Chargers 4-H Club Adopt-A-TrailThe Adopt-A-Trail program is an opportunity for nature-loving, conservation-minded groups of all sizes and types to sponsor a section of Kenosha County Parks’ trail system by volunteering to conduct routine maintenance and help control invasive non-native plants.

Individuals or groups may adopt a trail or segment of a trail in Kenosha County Parks by volunteering their time to help keep the trail clean and safe. As representatives of the Kenosha County Parks Division, Adopt-A-Trail sponsors:
  • Collect litter and perform minor trail maintenance.
  • Assist with the control of invasive species and planting of native species.
  • Record and report to Kenosha County Parks staff any major or hazardous trail obstructions.
  • Properly dispose of recyclable materials.
  • Gather and return any “lost and found” items to the Kenosha County Parks office.
  • Inform visitors about regulations and available facilities.
For more information about the program or to apply to adopt a trail, please see the Adopt-A-Trail Brochure.

Current groups making a difference:

Group Trail
Kenosha County Archaeological Society Kenosha County Multi Use Trail Highway KR to Highway E
Kenosha Attack Basketball Kenosha County Multi Use Trail Birch Road to 35th Street
Carthage Bicycle Club Kenosha County Multi Use Trail 89th Street to 116th Street
ADN Cleanup Crew Kenosha County Multi Use Trail 116th Street to Stateline
Somers Chargers 4H Carthage to Parkside Multi Use Trail Birch Road to Petrifying Springs Park
Boy Scout Troop and Venture Crew 328 Silver Lake Icehouse Trail Silver Lake to Highway F
Boy Scout Troop 329 Fox River Park, All Trails
Cub Scout Pack 328 Bristol Woods Park, All Trails
Kemper Center Building & Grounds Committee Kemper Center Recreation Trail
Kenosha County Office of Planning & Development Silver Lake Park, All Hiking Trails
Herzing University KD Park, All Trails

There are still unadopted trails at Brighton Dale Park.