Join us on Saturday, Sept. 10th, 2016 to celebrate changes to the Mount Shasta City Park. Fuels reduction, new trails, and connections south to Kingston Road highlight a more family-friendly park.
There will be games, kids’ activities, hikes, food, beer, wine, and music courtesy of The Sundown Poachers. Admission is free thanks to Wholesale Solar. Sponsored by MS Recreation and Parks District, MS Trail Association, and Siskiyou Land Trust.
The fun begins at 2 p.m. and ends at 7 p.m. See attached flyer.
The Mt. Shasta Trail Association believes in developing partnerships in our community.
After noticing that the trailhead at Spring Hill was overgrown, Jill Harris of Crystal Geyser contacted Dave Affleck, who organizes the Boy Scouts. MSTA was called for reinforcements.
This morning, about 14 boy scouts and adults gathered at the trailhead at 8 a.m. to clear four-foot tall weeds, brush, trees, logs, and slash. The traffic circle was also addressed. It was a vortex of activity, and we were done by 12:30. Thanks to all who participated. See the attached photos, and drop by the trailhead to check it out in person.
On Thursday, May 19th, 2016, volunteers from BikeShasta and the Mount Shasta Trail Association gathered in Shastice Park to construct and place wooden and metal features for a kids’ bike skills course. About 10 volunteers assisted employees from Progressive Bike Ramps, which manufactured the features.
The new course sits just south of the skate park. The “ladder bridges” and “skinnys” are designed to teach slow-riding technical and balance skills. Some additional contouring of the earth between and adjacent to the course will be done in the next few weeks.