Walking Trails

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No Limits Eastern Shore (NLES) has partnered with Eastern Shore Healthy Communities (ESHC) to evaluate and promote walking trails on the Eastern Shore.  ESHC is a coalition that was established in 2009 in order to organize a group of partners dedicated to creating a healthier Eastern Shore.  Through this coalition, mini-grants were awarded to 7 towns funding the placement of signage along pre-established walking areas/trails encouraging physical activity.

To view more information on these 7 walking areas/trails as well as view the maps of where they are located please view Seven Easy Walks of the Shore, a document prepared by Walkability Work Group of ESHC in 2016.

Group YMCA

NLES walking the trail behind the YMCA in Onley – April 2016

To learn more about this project and the walking trails we have evaluated please check out the following links:

NLES’ Guidelines for Accessibility Evaluation

NLES’ Walking Trail Assessment Form (While the NLES Walking Trails Assessment Form was designed specifically to grade accessibility of ESVA trails, the outcomes should prove useful to individuals of all abilities throughout our community.)

Finalized Walking Trail Assessments:

Brownsville Preserve Walking Trail Final Report

Melfa ESHC Walking Trail Final Report

Onley ESHC Walking Trail Final Report

Nassawadox ESHC Walking Trail Final Report

Onancock ESHC Walking Trail Final Report

Wachapreague ESHC Walking Trail Final Report

Eastville ESHC Exercise Equipment Final Report