The 586-acre park is a former timber harvest area and has existing logging roads and skid trails. MCRPD presently manages the property for non-motorized recreation including hiking, biking, and equestrian uses. The property is bounded by the City of Fort Bragg to the west and south and private forested land holdings to the north and east. Jackson State Forest is located to the southeast. MCRPD proposes to develop a trail network using existing logging roads and skid trails, a parking unloading area, a safety training course, and perhaps a small MX track for children. Separate trails would be designated for equestrians, mountain bikes. The EIR is being prepared at a programmatic level because project design details and a full evaluation of the environmental constraints are not known at this time.
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