That’s a lot of gravel

January 24, 2014

We have made tremendous progress over the past few months. Thanks to the dry weather and hard work of staff and volunteers, we have over 600 feet of new trail! Below are some photographs to document the progress made.







The New Year!

January 7, 2014

Happy New Year everyone!
We have kicked off the new year with some great improvements at Kilchis Point Reserve. Thanks to the South Fork Forest Camp inmate work-crew, volunteers, and staff there is 300 feet of completed trail! The trails are built by installing Port Orford cedar bumpers, landscape fabric, and compacted gravel. The work-crew will be dedicating one week each month to the project until it is complete.

There are also four new trial signs that have been installed along the trail.

Thanks to the Tillamook Rotary, there is a 12 foot bridge along the Native American Way trail! This bridge is dedicated in the memory of Jack McClave and was dedicated on December 31st.

Jack McClave bridge dedication on December 31, 2013.

Jack McClave bridge dedication on December 31, 2013.

Trail sign along trail

Trail sign along trail

New trash can sign at trailhead.

New trash can sign at trailhead.