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We welcome you to the wild lands of Rolling Ridge Conservancy. These private lands, open dawn to dusk, comprise over 1500 acres of beautiful forest and are protected by conservation easements held by the Appalachian Trail Conservancy and the Clark County Easement Authority. We are happy to share these woodlands with the general public for recreational and meditative health. You are welcome to hike and bicycle the designated trails within the Conservancy, except when they are closed during posted dates of hunting season. Private residences, buildings, structures, and surrounding areas are not open to the public.

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Please refer to the Trail Map to determine which trails are open for hiking, biking, and nature investigation.

Suggested donation: $5/visit.

Download the 2023 Trail Closure dates here.

Respectful Use

When on RRC land, we ask you to adhere to these simple requests to protect the fragile forest.


  1. Respect others you encounter on the property.


  3. Protect animal and plant life. Do not disturb, cull, harvest, or trample.

  4. Stay on designated trails in public use areas.

  5. Walk bicycles at stream crossings or when others are nearby.

  6. Avoid trail use in inclement weather.

  7. Limit group sizes to 8 people or less to reduce human impact.

  8. No unauthorized camping, commercial use, or fee-based use.

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