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Highway 20 Property

Mendocino Coast Recreation & Park District

What Up With the Highway 20 Property?

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August 23
Regional Park Ad Hoc Committee Meeting at CV Starr 11 AM
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Regional Park Ad Hoc Committee Meeting at CV Starr 11 AM
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Lake Cleone Boardwalk Work Party Day
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Friday Family Skate Night!! EVERY FRIDAY!!!! 6:30-9 PM
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What Up With the Hwy 20 Property?

This property is owned by Mendocino Coast Recreation and Park District (MCRPD) and consists of 586 acres including much of the Newman Gulch Watershed, the municipal water source for the city of Fort Bragg.   Unique habitats exist here, including sphagnum bogs and 150 acres of Mendocino Cypress Pygmy Forest.  These areas need to be protected from damage.

This land is currently open to the public for passive recreation including walking and hiking, mountain biking and horseback riding.  It is not open for public off-highway vehicle use now.


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The California Recreation Alliance (CRA) has an agreement with MCRPD to use this property for OHV classes and trainings, provide security and clean-up efforts.  Information about their program is available at MendoCRA.org.

For more information regarding this property and the planning process to create a regional park at this location, please contact: Dan Keyes, dkeyes@mcrpd.us, 707-964-9446 X102

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Your Input Needed!

Public Comments for the Mendocino Coast Recreation and Park District's two grant applications with California State Parks Off-Highway Motor Vehicle Division are now being solicited. Please go to click here to access MCRPD's applications for review and comment. Any additional questions or concerns may be directed to dkeyes@mcrpd.us . We welcome your input!




Legal Off-Highway Vehicle opportunities can be found at:


For more information about OHV recreation, click here.

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