Help Maintain the Cricket Frog and other Newton County Trails

Newton Trails' requests your support to further develop and maintain the Cricket Frog and other Newton County trails.


If you have already donated this year, thank you; if you have not, please consider doing so now.


Click here to make a donation.


As of now, about 12.5 miles of the Cricket Frog Trail have been paved. The Dried Indian Creek Bridge and its approaches in Covington will be completed within days and the unpaved sections in Mansfield will be paved in a few months.


When Newton Trails' next big project, the Alcovy River Bridge, is renovated and opened, there will be 14 miles of continuous, relatively flat trail available. It will be the longest and most desirable trail in the region.

NOTE: Newton Trails, Inc., is an all-volunteer 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. Every donated penny goes to developing, promoting, and maintaining trails. All donations are tax-deductible.


Your past donations helped renovate the Dried Indian Creek Bridge, come celebrate its opening on March 2