Adopt-A-Spot Program

Photo of Adopt A Spot sign

In 2016, Norton City Council approved a citywide Adopt-A-Spot/Adopt-A-Trail program. Civic groups or businesses can apply to enter the program and will be matched with a specific spot or trail in the city.

Learn more about the program and how to Apply. 

Adopt-A-Spot/Adopt-A-Trail Participants

lacrosse team adopt a spot.jpgUniversity of Virginia's College at Wise Women's Lacrosse Team (Adopted Site: Legion Park)

Carusos.jpgPathfinders Outdoor Adventures (Adopted Site: Norton Reservoir)

Cooperative Extension.jpgVirginia Cooperative Extension (Adopted Site: Magnolia Trail)

jane sandt outdoor club.jpgHigh Knob Outdoor Club (Adopted Sites: Norton Reservoir parking lot and Lake Lake Show Trail)

Home Changes.jpgHome Changes LLC (Adopted Site: Sugar Maple Trail)

Norton Explorers Adopt A Spot.JPGNorton Police Explorer Post No. 44 (Adopted Site: Benge's Rock)

High Knob sign.jpgHigh Knob Hellbender 10K (Adopted Site: State Route 619 from Benge's Rock to Norton Reservoir)

Norton Elementary and Middle School (Adopted Site:Norton Elementary/Middle grounds and Little League Baseball Field)

J.I. Burton High School Key Club (Adopted Site: J.I. Burton High grounds and section of Kentucky Avenue)


Your Name Here  Adopt A Trail.jpg

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