obey all Federal, State, and Local laws and regulations.
Restrictions due to eagle nests may be in effect on
portions of the corridor.
observe normal and customary safety precautions and
leave no litter and clean litter left by others.
observe all "posted" and "no trespassing"
signs. Corridor is Private Property and adjoins Private
Property belonging to others. The private property
rights of our neighbors must be respected whether
or not their property is posted. There is no access
to adjoining property from the Railroad Corridor without
prior specific permission of the owner of the adjoining
access Railroad Corridor appropriately. No access
may be had via private subdivision roads unless specific
permission has been given by the appropriate owners.
To use the Corridor in a reasonable manner at all
times; to avoid disturbing and damaging Railroad Corridor
and property of adjacent DRHTAs; to prevent damage
to all roads and driveways that cross the Railroad
Corridor; and to protect and preserve the area's wildlife,
plants, and other natural features.
railroad memorabilia is strictly forbidden. All ties,
spikes, mileposts, etc. are DRHTA's property and may
not be removed.
firearms may be brought onto the Railroad Corridor
unless DRHTA has included "hunting" as a
permitted use. This bars firearms including unloaded
or inoperable weapons. And "hunter" is required
to carry picture ID at all times when on Railroad
dogs must be on leash or under control of permit holder.
No dogs are permitted to chase wildlife or to run
loose onto property of adjoining landowners except
where "hunting with dogs" is a permitted
use and permission has been obtained from adjoining
respect adjoining owners' rights to have horses and
livestock adjoining Corridor without interference
from Corridor users. Do NOT feed horses "treats"
or pet them.
watch for, and yield to, any horses on the trail.
Stop for approaching horses and wait for them to pass.
If coming from behind, let the rider and horse know
you are there and wait for instructions from the rider.
report any unauthorized use of Corridor to DRHTA.