Tag: trails

China Camp Shoreline Trail Update – It’s Done!

Friends of China Camp (FOCC) would like everyone to know that the Shoreline Trail is now open and ready for you. This fabulous repair was completed by a combination of the California Conservation Corps (CCC), contracted equipment operators and ‘we can do it’ volunteers.

Eldridge Grade Temporary Trail/Access Road Closure

An ongoing project on Eldrige Grade above Phoenix Lake will remove and dispose of landslide debris. There will be ongoing road closures around the construction zone during the project, expected to be completed January 2018.

Comments Needed Today on Azalea Hill CEQA document

ACTION ALERT: MCBC identified Azalea Hill as a major gap in Marin’s trail network in 2011. MMWD has prepared a multi-faceted project which will enhance recreation and reduce impacts on the environment. We need your support for this 3 GAPS Project today!

County Parks Video Highlights Measure A Results

Following an extensive vetting process, Marin County Open Space was able to start implementing new trail projects in 2016. They have opened 3.5 miles of new trails in Mill Valley and San Geronimo, with another two miles of trail under construction now. This video highlights one of those projects.

New “Slow & Say Hello!” Outposts Continue This Fall

Trail Partners have been setting up “Slow and Say Hello!” outposts at popular trailheads around the county this summer to remind those who recreate on Marin’s open space, watershed and park lands of the importance of trail safety, courtesy toward other visitors, and respect for the plants and wildlife that inhabit them.

Hunt Camp Trail Volunteers Build Needed Reroutes

Enthusiastic and knowable trail volunteers from all over the Bay Area bonded while creating robust new trails. The diverse group was made up of hikers, bikers, trail runners and equestrians who all share a love for trails, and not a word was heard about trail conflict or access issues.

Two Dates For Trail Crew Training This Fall

California State Parks will be holding training workshops for its Volunteers In Parks Program (VIPP) certification on two dates this fall. This certification is needed if you want to work on State Park trails on a regular basis and carries other perks as well.

Build a Connector During Hunt Camp Trail Days

On this weekend-long event beginning Friday August 18, volunteers will help build a connector trail by hand in Marin County Open Space. Don’t miss this rare chance to camp out and be part of the Trail Maintenance Team.