During the Great Depression in 1932, a group of enthusiastic folks formed an association to enjoy each others company while engaging in local, inexpensive outdoor recreational activities. Today, the Club is an incorporated, non-profit, all volunteer organization with one or two activities most weeks of the year.
The Club, with over 130 members and 11 committees, is governed by a Board of Directors. Communication is accomplished through a monthly newsletter. The Club maintains a section of the Appalachian Trail and participates in the Mason-Dixon Trail System.
Our purpose is to promote hiking and appropriate use of outdoor recreational assets. Our members include all kinds of people of all ages who share an interest in hiking and walking.