Communities around the Greater Kansas City region celebrate National Trails Day on Saturday, June 3, 2017, bringing together outdoor enthusiasts of all kinds to celebrate the natural heritage of the United States trail system. Traditionally held each year on the first Saturday in June, National Trails Day was established to recognize the value of recreational trails and the people involved in building and maintaining them. Local cities and municipalities mark National Trails Day by holding public events such as walking and biking activities, trail openings, family entertainment and educational seminars.
Related Social Media
Twitter: use the hashtag #TrailsDayKC.
Flickr: You can join the MetroGreen Flickr group when posting photos from your community’s National Trails Day event, and your photos will appear in that album online. More on the MetroGreen Flickr pool»
2017 REGIONAL EVENTS
2017 events will be listed here closer to National Trails Day, in May.
Participating Local Governments
These local governments have historically participated in National Trails Day.
Clay County, Missouri
Harrisonville, Missouri Parks and Recreation
Jackson County, Missouri Parks and Recreation
Kansas City, Missouri
Leavenworth, Kansas Parks & Recreation
Johnson County, Kansas Parks and Recreation District
Merriam, Kansas Parks & Recreation
Platte County, Missouri Parks and Recreation