CBGTA board meeting will be on April 13, 2017.
6:00 PM, Your Yoga Nest, 215 E Ohio St, Rockville IN 47872
Bike the Bridges
Covered Bridge Gateway Trails Association, Inc.
Parke County Indiana
Trails and greenways preserve natural landscapes and provide protection for plant and animal species.
This page was last updated: April 11, 2017
Photos are provided courtesy of the following photographers: Ed Allen, Dick Baumann, Peggy Foster, Alan Flowers, Rance Fuqua, Linda Hohe, Cliff Kunze, Dixie Kunze, Jim Montgomery, Randy Moselle, Karen Sholl, Lisa Summers.
"Develop, build and maintain recreational trails in Parke County."
A PLAN FOR ROCKVILLE
Reprinted by permission from Tribune Star
CBGTA establishes Trail Maintenance Fund at Parke County Community Foundation
Dear Friends of the Covered Bridge Gateway Trail
Covered Bridge Gateway Trails Association (CBGTA) has officially opened the first of many miles of recreational trail in Parke County. As with any other thoroughfare, the recreational trail will require repairs and upkeep. To answer the question "How will you maintain the trail?", a Trail Maintenance Endowment Fund has been established at the Parke County Community Foundation.
This endowment will be a fund that never goes away. Secondly, the money in the fund will always be used for recreational trails within Parke County.
Please consider a gift of $25, $50, $100, or more, to our newly established endowment fund.
Tax-deductible contributions must be made payable to the Parke County Community Foundation with CBGTA Trail Maintenance Fund referenced on the memo line. Please mail your check to 115 N Market St, PO Box 276, Rockville IN 47872..
Covered Bridge Gateway Trails Association
Trail extension through Rosedale and north to Big Raccoon Creek.
TO CONTRIBUTE ONLINE, please click the Parke County Community Foundation link to the left and look for the "donate" button.