Yorktown Trail Crew

Yorktown Trail Crew
East Hudson Trails

Meeting Place:

Various locations in the Town of Yorktown depending on the particular project. 

Work Days:

May run any day


As needed, year-round.

About the Crew

Primarily a pick up crew that assembles on an as-needed basis, the Yorktown Trail Crew welcomes anyone who wants to work on a trail building or repair project. Past projects include construction of boardwalks, bridges, puncheon, and trail rehabilitation. Projects can be a single trip, multiple work trips, or small projects suitable for 2-3 people.

If you would like to volunteer for any of our work projects, please contact [email protected] and your request will be forwarded to one of the crew leaders. Bring water, lunch, work gloves, and friends. We supply tools and there is work for every level of interest. 

Yorktown Trail Crew loves youth projects and corporate or church service projects. We will work with you to find something suitable and will supply appropriate leaders. Our leaders have had background checks that are necessary for working with youth.

Other trail crews join us including the Westchester Trail Tramps, Westchester Mountain Biking Association, Yorktown Trail Town, and Boy Scout Eagle projects. The Eagle Projects do not need other participants and dates will not be announced, but we can occasionally use technical supervisors from the crew to assist them.

Get Involved

To volunteer with the Crew, please email [email protected] and we will connect you with Crew Leaders Walt and Jane. 

Where We Work

Parks in the Town of Yorktown, NY


    No experience is necessary and beginners are encouraged to join us! We provide onsite training each worktrip.  

    Looking to learn a specific skill? Check out our workshop schedule for specialized courses being offered near you.

    Learn More

    See what the other Trail Crews are working on and learn more about how you can get involved!

    Upcoming Work Trips

    No upcoming work-trips found here.


    Stone arch bridge over Seely Brook in Goosepond Mountain State Park. Photo by Marty Costello.
    Long Distance Trails Crew Completes Stone Arch Bridge

    The repaired stone arch bridge over Seely Brook greatly improves safety and trail experiences in