trail volunteers

We're thrilled that you're interested in joining our passionate community of trail enthusiasts dedicated to preserving and enhancing the natural beauty of our trails. Whether you're an avid hiker, biker, nature lover, or simply someone who believes in the importance of outdoor spaces, we have meaningful volunteer opportunities that will allow you to contribute to the betterment of our trails and create lasting memories.

Join us in making a difference on the trails! Make sure you are signed up for our newsletter so you do not miss volunteer opportunities. Together, we can ensure the trails remain a cherished resource for generations to come. Thank you for considering volunteering with GTF!

Upcoming spring and summer 2024 volunteer opportunities: fill out this form to RSVP.

When: Saturday May 11th
Where: Katy Crossing Trailhead in San Gabriel Park (Location)
Time: 9am

When: Sunday May 12th
Where: Katy Crossing Trailhead in San Gabriel Park (Location)
Time: 9am

trail maintenance
Trail Maintenance

We need your help in maintaining these trails so GTF can focus on building new trails for the community. If you are willing to adopt a section of trail, please reach out to us and we will get you set up with instructions and tools. Most of the needs are mowing, weed eating, and small branch removal to keep the trails safe and encourage traffic.

Sign up here!

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Group Ride

Join us for our weekly group ride. All abilities are welcome! Bring a working bike, helmet, and water. We typically do a 10-12 mile loop sampling all the GTF trails in town and end at 600 Degrees Marketplace on the square for food and drink.

When: Every Thursday at 6:30pm (weather and holiday dependent)

Where: Katy Crossing Trailhead in San Gabriel Park (Location)

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GTF is a self-funded effort working with the City of Georgetown, several businesses and organizations in Georgetown, and private land owners to connect a series of natural surface trails in the city limits. All proceeds are GREATLY appreciated and will be used toward building trails curated in the GTF master plan.

For more information on other ways to give contact us to inquire. GTF is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. Your contribution is tax-deductible to the extent allowed by law. Our Federal Tax ID number is 86-2441991.