DuPont Forest trails are used by hikers, bike riders, and equestrians. By knowing who to yield to, everyone can enjoy a safe, fun outing.
- Yield to hikers and equestrian
- Control your speed
- Look around curves
- Yield to equestrian
- All dogs must stay on leash
- Communicate with other users
Stay Safe and Be Courteous:
We thank all visitors for their respectful enjoyment of the trails. Please do your part to help keep DuPont Forest trails safe and open to all
- Be very careful near waterfalls! Visitors die every year at waterfalls in the area. The wet rocks are very slippery so stay out of the water.
- Do not block gated entrances with your car.
- Do not cross the marked boundary of DuPont State Recreational Forest. Do not enter restricted property.
- Wear bright colors during hunting season.
- The longer trails are for experienced people with topo maps.
- There are 90 miles of trails & dirt roads in this area; take proper precautions in case you get lost.
- Keep all dogs on a leash.
- Pack out all trash.
DuPont State Forest Rules
- The Forest is open daily, 5 a.m. to 10 p.m.
- Do not climb on rocks.
- Jumping or diving from waterfalls is prohibited.
- Swimming or wading upstream of waterfalls is prohibited (within 300 feet of the waterfall).
- All pets must be on a physical leash and under control at all times.
- Camping is not allowed on DSRF.
- Areas or trails designated “No Entry,” “Do Not Enter,” or “Authorized Personnel Only” are prohibited to trail users.
- Alcohol and illegal controlled substances are prohibited.
- Fires and charcoal grills are not allowed on any part of DSRF.
- E-bikes are prohibited
- Most trails in the Forest are multi-use and multi-directional.