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Resources

Municipalities
City of Gloucester
Rockport Rights of Way Committee
Rockport Open Space And Recreation Committee
Andrews Woods
Town of Essex
Town of Manchester

Trail Building & Maintenance
Lexington Conservation Stewardship Handbook
Department of Conservation & Recreation Trail Guidelines and Best Practices Manual
Department of Conservation & Recreation Greenways and Trails Program
New England Mountain Bike Association Library

Trail Guidelines
Carry out our trash and dispose of it properly.
Stay on the marked trail.
Respect "No Trespassing" signs.
Keep right, pass on the left.
Before passing other trail users from behind, call out to them.
Bikes yield to pedestrians, bikes and pedestrians yield to horses.
Hunters are active year-round. Wear orange in the woods.

Dog Owners
Not all trails are open to dogs.
Keep your dog on a leash and under control.
Pick up after your dog and dispose of waste properly.
Do not allow your dog to chase or harass wildlife.

Equestrians
Not all trails are open to horses.
Stay on designated trails and roads.
Let others know when it is safe to pass your horse.
Use weed free hay to avoid spreading non-native plants.

Mountain Bikers
Not all trails are open to bicycles.
Stay on designated trails and roads.
Control your speed at all times.

CATS Annual Report
2013 Cape Ann Trail Stewards Annual Report
2014 Cape Ann Trail Stewards Annual Report
2015 Cape Ann Trail Stewards Annual Report