Friends of the Redding Trails is a group of people focused on supporting the valuable trail system in the Redding area that connects our homes, businesses, parks and local attractions. Co-Directors are Linda Masterson and Peter Alexander.
Projects include monitoring of trails to see what needs to be addressed, communication with city agencies about concerns and opportunities, periodic clean-up projects, and hosting community events to help everyone learn about and enjoy the trails.
Updates on Facebook: Friends of the Redding Trails
More about Redding Trails
Feature Article – A Thousand Wonders – and More! Featured in the Rails to Trails magazine, this is the full story about the Sacramento River Trail system. Available here: The Road To A Thousand Wonders – and More!
5 Great Rail-Trails for Exploring by bike. A list of 5 great US rail-trails for exploring by bike: Seattle, Washington DC, Atlanta, Philadelphia, – and Redding!
Top 10 Trails in California. Sacramento River Trail was chosen as one of the top ten trails across our great state!
Activities and Volunteer Opportunities
- Join a walking group. Find a group and a time that works for you here: Friends of Redding Trails Walking Groups
- Participate in the new Redding Trails Watch. Sign-up to walk or ride and be the eyes and ears of the trail: Sign up for Trail Watch
- Henderson Open Space Adoption, ongoing. The Henderson Open Space has been adopted for litter removal as part of the City Adoption Program. Contact Linda or Peter to learn about ongoing opportunities to help at the Henderson Open Space.
- First Saturday of October, 2015. Sacramento River Trail Clean-Up. Make a substantial contribution in the heart of Redding with a single morning of labor. Join hundreds of enthusiastic locals working to maintain our beautiful trails and river ecosystem. Event organizers will have gloves, safety goggles, buckets, and garden tools available for use.