LL Stub Stewart Adopt-A-Park Agreement – press release


Northwest Trail Alliance (NWTA) has renewed its Adopt-A-Park Agreement with Oregon Parks & Recreation Department (OPRD) for trails open to mountain bikes at L.L. Stub Stewart State Park. This agreement allows NWTA to work with & support OPRD interpretive & educational programs related to trail stewardship & mountain bike activities. We will also continue our work with OPRD to maintain the multi-use trails open to mountain bikes. NWTA will also provide input on OPRD MTB State Park Policy to help communicate perceived areas of improvement in policy from a user & adopter perspective. 

Read here to learn more about the history of the mountain bike trails at Stub Stewart. To get involved and help the Local Stewardship Team that maintains the trails; email [email protected]

The Northwest Trail Alliance is a nonprofit organization advocating for access to trails, building trails, and maintaining trails for over 30 years. Serving roughly a 60-mile radius extending from the Oregon coast, into parts of Southern Washington’s Gifford Pinchot National Forest and Mount St Helens National Monument, and to the Western foothills of Mount Hood National Forest, while working with approximately 10 federal, state, county, and municipal land management agencies, as well as private land managers. To get involved or learn how to become a member, head HERE.