He said he has also received a few donations toward the cost of maintaining the trails. He will be at the Winterfest on Saturday and hopes to recruit additional volunteers.
"I really just thought it was something nice that I could do, and while doing something that I love," said Stevens.
Arnold's Dairy and Equestrian Farm will be providing horse-drawn sleigh rides at the event.
"If you have never been on one of these rides, it's really something to check out. It's so peaceful and all you can hear is the sounds of these beautiful horses trenching through the white snow," said McFarland.
Activities will also include refreshments, ski lessons, snowshoe lessons, equipment demonstrations, skating, broomball, refreshments, a campfire, and a skydiving exhibition at 2 p.m. New to the program this year will be noncompetitive cross-country ski races for youths and adults.