Trail Building and Restoration
The COSCA system includes more than151 miles of trails, and we’re making that number larger every year! During the Fall and Spring Trail Work Days, volunteers come out to help build new trails for everyone to enjoy. Sometimes we instead go out to repair trails that were damaged during severe winter weather. Groups including local businesses volunteer their time to help the trails as a way to give back to the community.
Our trail building and restoration activities rely on volunteers to help out! If you would like to see more and better trails, we hope you’ll want to pitch in!
Trail Work Coordinator: John Kross ( firstname.lastname@example.org )
News about trail work events, future and past
2019 Fall Trail Work Day, October 19, 2019 - About 80 open space enthusiasts came out to help fix up the trails in the Conejo Canyons in preparation for winter rains. Volunteers came from various organizations such as the Santa Monica Mountains Trails Council (SMMTC), the Concerned Off-Road Bicyclists… (read more...) 2019 Spring Trail Work Day, March 16, 2019 - Forty-five to 50 volunteers turned out to help restore several hundred yards of the Hawk Canyon Trail in the Conejo Canyons/Western Plateau open space areas on Saturday March 16th for the annual COSCA Spring Trail Work Day. The area had… (read more...) Eagle Scout Project – Denver Simmons - Denver Simmons of Camarillo Boy Scout Troop 225 chose to make improvements in the Conejo open space for his Eagle Scout project. Working with COSCA Ranger Supervisor Bruce Pace, Denver planned and managed the installation of a bench on Lynnmere… (read more...)