MUnds Park Trail Stewards

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Next Volunteer Session


Date: September 10th, Saturday, at 8:15 a.m.


Meet: 240 Trailhead, ¼ mile pass the Pinewood Boulevard cattle guard.


We will finish our trailwork around noontime; afterwards a free lunch will be served.


Please R.S.V.P., via email if you plan on attending the workday and lunch.


What to bring: Work gloves, long pants, sturdy shoes, sunblock, and dress for the weather.

Water and trail tools will be provided.


Ride with Us 

Join MUTS for an afternoon of driving on the trails we built and maintain.  Along the way we will visit a couple of points of interest and enjoy each other’s company.

If you have an Off Highway Vehicle (OHV) less than 62" wide, a current AZ OHV tags, and would like to come along, then meet us at the Iron Springs Trailhead on September 10th, at 2:00 PM. The trip should take around 2 hours.

Just bring something to drink along the trail, a two-way FRS Radio (if you have one), and a full tank of gas.


Please R.S.V.P., via email if you plan on attending the ride




The Munds Park Trial Stewards is a non-profit

501(c) (3) organization

Donations are welcome

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2016 Workday Schedule


Project Description

April 30


June 4

Meet: 240 TH

Projects:  National Trails Day Event

New Trail Construction & Trail Maintenance

July 9

Meet: Iron Springs TH

Projects:  Trail Maintenance

August 13

Meet: 240 TH

Projects:  New trail layout and construction

September 10

Meet: 240 TH

Projects:  New trail construction

October 1

Meet: To be determined

Projects:  Trail Maintenance


Please check for updates because a project can be changed, added or postponed.

Check the following for updates:   MUTS Website and Pinewood News.

We will finish our trailwork around noontime; afterwards a free lunch will be served.



Coconino National Forest

Travel Management Project


On November 2, 2005, the Forest Service announced final travel management regulations governing OHVs and other motor vehicle use on national forests and grasslands. Under the new rules, forests that do not restrict OHV travel to "designated roads-and-trails" must do so.


The Coconino National Forest signed a Record of Decision on the Travel Management Project on September 28, 2011. This decision and the Final Environmental Impact Statement are available on Travel Management Rule Home Page. Implementation of these new rules starts on May 1, 2012.  Motor Vehicle Usage Maps


If you have questions regarding the TMP, please contact the CNF, 928-527-3600.




The purpose of the Munds Park Trail Stewards

is to assist the Coconino National Forest and

any government agency, as appropriate, to:


Establish and maintain a multi-use trails system in the National Forest surrounding the Munds Park community.


Enhance the enjoyment and safety of forest users.

Promote healthy forest ecology.


Act as liaison between the Coconino National Forest and the Munds Park community.




Become a Munds Park Trail Steward

Make a Difference in Your Community & Forest

Come on out to a Trail Workday - no dues charged


Donations are welcome

The Munds Park Trail Stewards, Inc. is a non-profit 501(c) (3) organization.


Questions?  Comments?  Write us a note:


Mailing Address:

Munds Park Trail Stewards
P O Box 25626
Munds Park, Arizona 86017

Phone: none – no paid staff



Munds Park Trail Maps

Crystal Point Trail Map

Munds Park Trail System-North Map

Mud Tank Trail


Related Websites

Coconino National Forest Home Page

CNF- Travel Management Rules



Community Websites

Pinewood Property Owners Association

Pinewood Fire Department

Munds Park Weather Information