IMPORTANT INFORMATION

Frequently asked questions

Are bikes allowed in the Forest for Learning?


While bicycles aren't forbidden, trails are not constructed in an ideal manner for MTB use. You will have a tough ride! Please do not use them while the trails are wet! For our full land-use policy, please click here.




Are motorized vehicles and ATV's allowed in the Forest for Learning?


ATV's and motorized vehicles are not allowed in the Forest for Learning except for emergencies and authorized maintenance activities. If you'd like to read more about the reasons we are prohibiting motor vehicles, you may do so here. Thank you for understanding! For our full land-use policy, please click here.




Are dogs allowed in the Forest for Learning?


Friendly, well-behaved dogs are welcome! When school is in session, please keep dogs on-leash, as you will often find classes of children throughout the forest. At other times, dogs should be kept under the owner's control at all times. For our full land-use policy, please click here.




Can the public use the forest classrooms?


Please remain respectfully distant of the outdoor classrooms - they are an important part of PCS student's education during this time of Covid-19, and student safety is paramount. For our full land-use policy, please click here.




Can we start a fire? Can we camp in the forest?


Fires and camping are not permitted without prior authorization from Forest for Learning. For our full land-use policy, please click here.




Can we hunt or trap in the forest?


Hunting and trapping is not permitted under any circumstances. For our full land-use policy, please click here.




Can I ski in the forest?


Yes! Many of the trails are great fun with fresh snow! For our full land-use policy, please click here.





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