Leave No Trace

Leave No Trace is a national program that promotes and inspires responsible outdoor recreation and stewardship of America’s public lands. The National Park Service and ther federal land management agencies are cooperating partners in this program. You can help minimize impacts to the natural resources and social experiences of other visitors by practicing the seven principles listed below. For more information, please visit lnt.org.

• Plan ahead and prepare.
• Travel and camp on durable surfaces.
• Dispose of waste properly.
• Leave what you find.
• Minimize campfire impacts.
• Respect wildlife.
• Be considerate of other visitors.

Consider applying these principles during your travels. We always need your help in preserving park resources for future generations. It is the most important thing you can do for your park. Make the commitment to Leave No Trace. You can make a difference.