Thanks to all of you that made donations and volunteered for The Piney Knob Trails Entrance Enhancement Project! Because of your generous donations we were able to exceed the $2000 donation goal! A big thanks goes to Eddie Sylvester of Natural Landscaping Services for putting it all together and members of SABA for donating their time, labor,
The trail system has reopened on March 11, 2019 since its closure due to freeze thaw conditions.
This fundraiser’s purpose is to make a more sustainable enhanced trail entrance experience from parking gate to the existing turnpike at the entrance bridge for the Piney Knob Trail System in Murphy, NC. Materials will include gravel and mulch. All work to be done by Saba volunteer efforts. Approximately five hundred feet of sustainable road to trail conversion will be completed with this project along with approximately 40 SABA trail crew volunteer hours. This will give SABA the opportunity to show the city of Murphy it’s ongoing commitment and support for Piney Knob trails. The total fundraiser goal 2k. Natural Landscaping Services will be donating its machine time and crew as volunteer hours. Anyone donating to be listed on SABA Website. Fundraiser completion May 1 Project completion date May 31 All donations to be made to SABA and MUST specify that the donation is for the Piney Knob Trails When the fundraiser is complete, SABA will give the Final check to the City of Murphy DONATE to the PINEY KNOB ENTRANCE ENHANCEMENT PROJECT NOW!
Meet Saturday, November 10th, at the Piney Knob trail head in Murphy, NC, for a just for fun group MTB ride. Ride starts at 10:00 AM Map here: https://goo.gl/maps/N2qA99jVt422
Come join us for a group ride every Thursday night at 6:00 PM at Piney Knob Trail System in Murphy, NC
There will be a volunteer work day on Saturday July 28, 2018 from 8AM- 12PM. Meet at the Piney Knob Trail head in Murphy, NC. Map Here
UPDATE – 1/23/2018: Volunteer Activities have Resumed Date: Jan 22, 2018 10:24 AM Hello Volunteers, Due to the recent federal government shutdown, we have been instructed to contact all volunteer groups to inform them that they are not authorized to conduct volunteer activities on US Forest Service lands during the shutdown. Volunteer activities may resume
The US Forest Service will be conducting a chainsaw refresher class in the Tusquitee Ranger District on February 24, 2018 (and 25th if a second day is needed for field evaluations). We can accommodate a maximum class size of 20 people. First priority will be for those folks whose saw cards will expire in 2018,