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3/21/17 Trail Status Update
Per the wet weather policy:
All Upper Park trails are closed to bikes and horses.
Upper Park Rd is closed to vehicles past lot E
Peregrine Pt Disc Golf is closed ... See MoreSee Less
4 days ago ·
Dress in your favorite fairy tale or children's character attire and particpate in a 1 mile or 5k loop to raise funds for the Caper Acres Renovation Project. Sponsored by the City of Chico, Parks Divsion ... See MoreSee Less
Caper Acres Fun Run/Walk
May 13, 2017, 7:30am - May 13, 2017, 12:00pm
Dress in your favorite fairy tale or children's character attire and particpate in a 1 mile or 5k loop to raise funds for the Caper Acres Renovation Project. Sponsored by the City of Chico, Parks Divsion
7 days ago ·
Phase 1 of the Caper Acres renovation project is underway. Today volunteers from Conroy Construction, Chico Noon Rotary, Chico State Construction Mgmt., Chico State Concrete Mgmt., and Chico State Civil Engineering Department with materials donated from the Chico Noon Rotary, installed a concrete mow strip that will define the boarder of a decomposed granite educational nature trail. The trail is scheduled to be installed on April 1st with interpretive and interactive nature signage to follow soon after. For information on how to get involved, donate or upcoming events for the Caper Acres renovation Project please email firstname.lastname@example.org or visit www.raceplanner.com/registration info/event/Caper-Acres-Contributor-Registry Conroy Construction City of Chico - Parks Division Chico Rotary Chico State DBIA
2 weeks ago ·
Information on how to get involved with volunteering in Chico's Parks and Greenways will be presented. ... See MoreSee Less
Spring Volunteer Orientation, City of Chico Parks Division
March 30, 2017, 6:30pm - March 30, 2017, 10:30pm
Information on how to get involved with volunteering in Chico's Parks and Greenways will be presented.
2 weeks ago ·
Oranges are an amazing trail snack. They're especially good after a run or bike ride through the park; nice and juicy, loaded with vitamins, and a great sugar boost to boot. The downside is you're left with a natural packaging (the peel) to deal with afterward. While things like orange peels, apple cores, and seed shells are considered "biodegradable", tossing them onto the trail or into the nearby bushes is not the best method of disposal. It takes upwards of 6 months for a peel to decompose, in the meantime they are an unsightly litter that have become a common sight in the park. As the saying goes, litter begets litter, we'd like to encourage folks to pack in what they pack out and make use of the trash receptacles located throughout the park. ... See MoreSee Less
2 weeks ago ·