AMC’s Trails Department is nationally recognized for their expertise in trail management and supports land managers across the Northeast.
For more than 100 years AMC has offered professional trail crews that maintain and construct trails throughout the Northeast. Our expertise in trail construction, campsite planning and management, and mapping services help to develop and maintain non-motorized recreational trail networks. AMC’s Trails Department is a member of the 21 Century Conservation Corps and is a proud partner of The Corps Network. The Corps Network is the National Association of Service and Conservation Corps. The AMC is one of 130 Corps across the country that provides young adults and veterans the opportunity to serve our country through projects on public lands and in rural and urban communities. In addition, AMC has received accreditation from the Corps Center of Excellence and has proven our ability to provide safe, appropriate, meaningful experiences to the young people who engage in our service projects.
Trail Construction & Design Services
AMC provides a wide range of professional trail building services to all land managers and landowners, from bridge construction and campsite development to trail maintenance, design, and planning. Whether it’s front country or backcountry work, our AMC professional crews can help you complete your project.Contact Alex DeLucia
Campsite Planning & Management
AMC is nationally recognized for our campsite management and design and our ability to plan sustainable campsites for all recreational areas in the Northeast. Our work showcases decades of experience in the layout, construction, and human waste management that are critical parts of a successful campsite.Contact Joe Roman
AMC’s legacy includes the development of high-quality maps of trails throughout the Northeast, including mountains of Maine, New Hampshire, Massachusetts, and the Catskills of New York. AMC also offers mapping services to land managers, including field data collection using differential GPS, development of trail maps and river and greenway guides, and GIS analysis.Contact Larry Garland