Trails50 Toolkit for Advocates
As an individual or an organization, you can get some love for your favorite trail or just share the awesomeness of trails everywhere by spreading the word and encouraging others to find their trail. To hopefully make things a little easier on you, we're even giving you some ideas that you can use as-is or tailor to make your own. This page is still under construction but check back soon to see what else is new. Or sign up for our e-newsletter to be in-the-know as things are updated or new fun events are unveiled.
logos and wordmark
To help everyone across America realize that it's all one system and that every trail connects (with people, with other trails, with communities), we are using a logo that will tie it all together. Here we provide the logo for use in various formats and with guidance that - for the sake of consistency - we ask that everyone follow.
Learn more about the history of the National Trails System Act and its many components.
Host an event on a day with thousands of others such as National Trails Day (1st Saturday each June) or Public Lands Day or hold one on a day that fits your organization's timeline. Either way you can tie it in with the celebration of the 50th Anniversary of the National Trails System and help more people to #FindYourTrail.
Social media kit
A collection of social media content to help you share information about the anniversary with your audience.
Trails and rivers 50th anniversary videos
A collection of videos to help you share information about the anniversary with your audience.
National trail system photos
A collection of images to help you spread the word about the anniversary.
A collection of information about the 50th Anniversary of the National Trails System Act including contacts and partners.
Special Edition National Scenic and Historic trails system map
A map of the National Scenic and Historic Trails including the 50th anniversary logo and trail logos. (PDF available by request)