Pryor Creek Nature Trail

Rules, Warnings, and other Information

1. Have fun.

2. Hikers, bicyclists, and horses are welcome.

3. Sorry, 4-wheelers, motorcycles, and other motor vehicles are not allowed.

4. Primitive trail conditions exist. Use the trail at your own risk.

5. The Pryor Creek Nature Trail is in a flood plain. Watch out for rapidly rising water. Otherwise, you may spend a day or two in a tree.

6. Avoid creeks when it's flooding because sometimes the current gets really strong.

7. Bicyclists are encouraged to wear helmets, except for those whose heads are harder than the trees.

8. Bikes should be walked across bridges.

9. Please don't ride horses over bridges, for your own safety and that of the bridge. The bridges were not designed to support horses, and most were built more than 20 years ago.

10. Horses may bring riders. Please give way to horses so you don't scare them.

11. Hunting is not allowed north of Pryor Creek. Bow hunting is allowed on Corps of Engineers land south of Pryor Creek. Rifles are not allowed.

12. You are invited to support wildlife conservation and donate some blood to the ticks and mosquitoes of the Pryor Creek Nature Trail. If you don't want to make a donation, you might try some insect repellent.