Annual achievement awards​ for projects funded through the Recreational Trails Program.

Annual achievement awards for projects funded through the Recreational Trails Program.

The Coalition for Recreational Trails has announced the winners of its "Annual Achievement Awards" in recognition of outstanding use of Recreational Trails Program (RTP) funds.

The following trail projects and programs were honored for 2004. Click on the links to see details and photographs of the projects.

2004 Maintenance and Rehabilitation

Teton Wilderness Maintenance and Rehabilitation Projects - Wyoming

Rick Taylor and his crew perform wilderness tail work utilizing only traditional tools.

2004 Construction and Design

Diana Bend Conservation Area Trail Project - Missouri

Visitors can now access the conservation area via the Katy Trail.

2004 Construction and Design

Sweetser Switch Trail Project - Indiana

Small town transforms old rail corridor.

2004 Environment and Wildlife

Lake 22 Trail Construction Project - Washington

This project reconstructed 2.7 miles of the Lake 22 Trail and leveraged construction of a one mile loop trail around the lake.

2004 Education and Communication

Western Wyoming Avalanche Education - Wyoming

The need for avalanche education during the winter recreation season is critically important.

2004 Environment and Wildlife

Yellowstone Wildlife Area Equestrian Trail - Wisconsin

A new equestrian bridge on the Yellowstone Wildlife Area

2004 Accessibility Enhancement

Camp ASCCA Environmental Trail - Alabama

Camp ASCCA is the largest service provider in the state of Alabama for children and adults with disabilities.

2004 Multiple-Use Management and Corridor Sharing

Minooka Off-Highway Vehicle Park - Alabama

Multi-use trails.

2004 Education and Communication

Sensible, Courteous Off Road Enthusiasts (SCORE) - Pennsylvania

SCORE encourages safe OHV riding.

2004 Youth Conservation/Service Corps and Community Outreach

North Fork I and II Trail Projects - Oregon

Working on the trail is an education by itself.