By Larry Metzler
The Munds Park Trail Stewards (a.k.a. MUTS) is non-profit volunteer organization working with the Coconino National Forest Service. The MUTS was established in 2002 by a group of ambitious volunteers.
Here is what we do:
- Establish and maintain a multi-use trails system on the Coconino National Forest land 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.
We are not a political, social issues or law enforcement organization. The Munds Park Trails Stewards is a non-profit organization operating with volunteers. Donations provide our main financial support.
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Coconino National Forest Service and the Munds Park Trail Stewards (MUTS) have postponed trail events.
If you have cabin fever and need an outdoor socially distancing venture, then we can help. The Munds Park Trail Stewards are looking for trailhead clean-up volunteers. The volunteers will perform clean-up at the Pinewood Trailhead (240 Turn Around Area) and the Iron Springs Trailhead. If requested, the MUTS will provide the trash picker-uppers (grabbers), gloves and garbage bags. Interested? Just send us an email and we will work you into the schedule.