Bicycles and the Wilderness

Bicycles and the Wilderness

January 16, 2017  |  Ear to the Sand, Uncategorized
The “no bicycles allowed” sign on the Duckhouse Trail at the beach was recently vandalized — torn off.  Bicycles regularly use both Duckhouse and Willow Pond Wilderness Trails.  As if mocking the Wilderness, the National Park Service allows campers to bicycle with all their camping gear to Brickhill Campsite, as long as the bikes are left at the road.  The strip of road was removed from Wilderness by special interests (Greyfield), and is within sight of the campground.

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