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Roaring Run Watershed is open year round for hiking and biking. There is no winter maintenance on the trail or any of the parking areas. Parking is at your own risk.
Dogs are welcome at Roaring Run, however;
-Dogs must be leashed on the rail trials
-Owners are expected to clean up after their pets
-All waste must be disposed of by the owner.
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The directors of Roaring Run would like to express sincere appreciation to everyone involved in making our watershed a destination for many hikers, bikers and boaters.
Thank You to our trail maintenance volunteers who spend much of their leisure time doing the critical work of improving and rehabilitating our trails.
Thank You to the Roaring Run Rock Riders for their tireless efforts battling downed trees and knot weed to keep our network of hiking and mountain biking trails in tip top shape!
Thank You to our sponsors and runners/ walkers/ riders of our major fundraising events. Your support helps to make these events possible.
And most of all,
Thank You to our members and the community who so generously support the RRWA. We are a small organization with a broad mission , and each contribution we receive is greatly appreciated ! Happy Trails!
The RRWA currently owns and maintains 653 acres; a vast area that began with a “seed” of 1.5 miles donated by Kovalchik Salvage of Indiana. This was the beginning of a legacy of volunteer and government “partnerships” in raising funds for the preservation and maintenance of this precious resource. This has been accomplished through grants from private foundations, PA DCNR, and local support from members and friends of the RRWA. Various individuals have purchased honorary "deeds" for 1, 1/2, or 1/4 acre plots or have donated to the land acquisition fund.
We will continue to purchase land if it fits in our program and as long as the Acquisition Fund can pull in the needed resources. All of the land is open to the public year-round, from dawn to dusk.
The Roaring Run Watershed Association was formed in 1983 as a non-profit environmental preservation organization registered under both Pennsylvania and Federal codes. We maintain 501 (c) (3) status with the IRS.