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RESPECTING THE HISTORY ENTOMBED WITHIN THESE WOODS
As you hike along the trails at Pertle Springs you join the thousands of other people that have visited Pertle Springs for recreation since 1886. Please respect the historically and culturally significant areas that lie along the trails. You serve a critical role in preserving the history of the area for future generations.
SHARE THE TRAIL:
Hikers & Trail Runners
• Please stay on designated and marked trails to prevent destroying plant and animal habitat, and prevent erosion.
• Avoid muddy trails after heavy rains, try to use an alternate trail to minimize your impact.
•Pets must be kept on leash at all times.
• Please keep your bike under control and travel at a safe speed, stay on marked trails, responsible riders wear a helmet.
• Avoid muddy trails after heavy rains, use alternate trails, skidding and sliding around turns damages the trails.
• Be prepared to yield to hikers and trail runners, downhill riders should yield to uphill traffic, anticipate other trail users when rounding corners and blind spots, be prepared to stop and pass safely.
• Pass with care and alert other users in advance with a vocal warning.
NO MOTORIZED VEHICLES ALLOWED ON TRAILS.
Fishing access is available in all ponds and lakes at Pertle Springs, a valid Missouri fishing permit is required– statewide regulation apply.