Trails are projected to open on Monday December 12th. The Winter time Welcome Center is located at 2059 Darling Hill Lyndonville, VT.

Our Mission

To provide recreation and education opportunities for local residents and visitors while working to conserve natural resources and create economic stimulation.We strive to accomplish this mission by providing a network of quality non-motorized trails for all level of abilities incorporating the best of the local scenery and natural diversity.  We have permission of over 50 landowners and businesses that make this all possible.

Kingdom Trail Association (KTA), a 501(c)3 charitable organization, was established in 1994 by a group of visionary residents and business leaders in the area. Their goal is to encourage recreational use of the Northeast Kingdom that is ecologically sensitive and promotes the natural beauty of the region. Major support for this effort has come from the National Park Service; the Vermont Community Foundation; the Vermont Department of Forest, Parks and Recreation; the Connecticut River Valley Partnership Program, The Windham Foundation,Vermont Community Foundation, The Vermont Land Trust, Burke Area Chamber of Commerce, KTA members, and volunteers.

KTA is a volunteer driven endeavor. A nine member Board of Directors, comprised of dedicated local citizens, creates policy and strategic planning. Kingdom Trails’ staff manages the day to day operations.

Kingdom Trail Association Board of Directors 2016-2017

Dan Davis – President
Rob Elmes – Vice President
Peter Minich – Treasurer
Jodi Flanagan – Secretary
Chris Manges
 Mike Michaud
Matt Langlais
Jamie Struck
Katie Story