Wisconsin Roving Trail Crew Work Week


November 4, 2024 - November 8, 2024    
All Day


Quiet Pines Campsite
Vogues Road, Gurney, Wisconsin

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The NCTA Wisconsin Roving Trail Crew, “the Rovers,” is a group of volunteers from a variety of NCTA Chapters. In 2024, the group will be spending the majority (if not all) of the 2024 season opening the Foster Falls / Potato River corridor (8+ miles), building trail tread, constructing bridges throughout, and possibly building some stone stairs as well. Swimming in the falls (both Foster and/or Wren) as water temperatures allow will be a highlight. This work area falls within the NCTA Heritage Chapter area.

Join us this November to continue trail work. Exact location and work details will depend on the Foster Falls trail status. We may finish areas of the trail, or we may go to Bird Camp in Solon Springs for bogwalk repair and heavy trail maintenance.

If you have never been on one of the Rovers’ workweeks, it is the NCTA’s flagship volunteer crew program and has built most of the new NCNST and trail structures in Wisconsin over the last couple of decades. Here is how it works: The crew gathers on Monday afternoon to set up camp and enjoy dinner together. Volunteers work on the project from Tuesday through Friday morning. Camp is broken down on Friday and volunteers depart for home. The crew camps together and all meals are provided at no charge.
Volunteers can join the crew for a day, a couple of days, the whole week, or the whole season. Overnight camp spots do fill quickly, but there are ample opportunities to join the crew for the day. If interested, email Brad at