Pine Hill Park is 300 acres with a 16-mile single-track trail system found in the northwest corner of Rutland City. The park is stewarded by the Pine Hill Partnership, a non-profit organization run by volunteers.
- Users of Pine Hill Park do so at their own risk.
The park is open for day use only. No camping. No fires.
Keep the park clean and beautiful. Pack out what you pack in. DON’T LITTER!
Some trails are pedestrian use only, or may be closed due to wet conditions, etc. PLEASE OBEY POSTED RESTRICTIONS ON TRAIL USE.
Please park in the designated area at Giorgetti Park.
Dogs must be on leash at all times.
Some trails leave park lands. Please observe park boundaries and respect private property.
Disruptive behavior is prohibited.
Disturbing, removing, defacing, cutting or damaging plants, animals or man-made features in the park is prohibited.
Discharge of firearms, bow and arrows, paintball guns or fireworks is prohibited in the park. NO HUNTING IN THE PARK.
Pine Hill is a city park and there is no smoking allowed in any city park including Pine Hill and Giorgetti.
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Additional Park Info:
Location: 2 Oak Street Ext., Rutland, Vermont