Campsite Maintainer Information

MATC volunteers maintain 47 designated campsites, including 31 lean-tos and 49 privies.

Maintainer Tip Sheet_COVID-19 (revised for COVID-19 protocols): Are you a campsite maintainer? (If so- thanks!). The tip sheet is to help guide tasks, note deficiencies, and track work completed during your visit.

Work Trip Report– Please fill this out after your maintenance trip to a campsite or lean-to. Please remember to fill out the campsite inspection portion of the form!

The MATC Campsite Committee works with District Managers and campsite maintainers to track maintenance efforts as well as coordinate larger building and repair projects. Please email the Campsite Manager for questions or concerns.

Privy additive “BioQuest” Tip sheet on how to apply this product in your privy.

Do you maintain an accessible moldering privy? Here’s a Maintenance Tip Sheet to follow.

Plans for accessible moldering privies: Link

Appalachian Trail Conservancy (ATC) Backcountry Sanitation Manual

Guide to Log Lean-to Construction

View Guide On-line

Think you might have a hazard tree at your campsite? Follow the Hazard Tree Action Flow Chart_(Draft) to determine the next best steps.

Hazard tree certification is required to identify, monitor, or mitigate hazard trees at campsites. Please email Tom Carr for more information.

Tip Sheet on how to measure a roof if you find an issue at a privy or lean-to you maintain. Taking these measurements when you find the problem will help identify materials needed to fix the issue and prevent extra trips to the campsite.

Click each bar below for an example of each sign. Please email the Campsite Overseer if you need a sign.

Campsite sign
Post at all campsites

Campsite Info Sign
Post at all campsites.
Water sign
Post at all campsite.
Privy Sign
Post at all campsites.
Pit Privy Info
Post inside all pit privies.

Welcome Moldering Privy Sign
Post inside all moldering privies.

Upcoming Campsite Work Trips

There are no upcoming events at this time