Board of Parks, Trails and Recreation Commissioners
The Jefferson County Commissioners (County Commission) determined the creation of a Board of Parks, Trails, and Recreation Commissioners would benefit the citizens of Jefferson County. The Board was created in December of 2017 to serve as an advisory/working board to the County Commission and to the Jefferson County Planning Board on matters related to park areas, trails, and recreation within Jefferson County. The Board consists of seven members that serve staggered, three year terms
Regulations and Guidelines for Recreation on Public Lands
|Abbrah (Abbie) Chermack (vice chair)||Boulder||3/13/2018||3/13/2021|
|Sue Kenyon (chair)||Montana City||3/13/2018||3/13/2021|
|Bret Lian||Jefferson City||3/13/2018||3/13/2021|
|Mike Korn||Montana City||6/16/2020||3/13/2023|
By Vaia Erret
Depot Hill (Boulder)
Bitterroot blooms converge on Boulder history up Depot Hill.
Ninety Cent Gulch
Million dollar views in Turnley Meadows.
Pass ancient molten history.
Elkhorn Winter XC Ski
Elkhorn’s Winter Trails Trace Routes of Heyday Hustle.
Kilborne Gulch to Doe Ridge
Follow animal paths (and wisdom) up Kilborn Gulch to Doe Ridge.
Sullivan Gulch cradles a history in its upper reaches from wood-cutting in the 1890s to cattle grazing and firewood gathering more recently.
Humble yet rugged Haystack Mountain feeds your soul.
Natural History of Jefferson County
by Bret Lian
View of Pole Mountain (foreground) and Jack Mountain (background) at a curve in the road where Sullivan Gulch climbs steeply before dropping to link to Bear Gulch or Berry's Meadows.