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Three Trail Heads are temporarily closed due to the wildland fire on Monday

As a result of the wildland fire that burned approximately 13 acres in Mission Trails near Big Rock Road, three trail heads are temporarily closed:   The trail heads at Big Rock Park, Big Rock Road and Shantaung Drive are temporarily closed.  The trail heads from Mesa Road, Lake Murray Blvd. a ...
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Three Trail Heads are temporarily closed due to the wildland fire on Monday
25th Annual Amateur Photo Contest Open Now Through May 31 sponsored by San Diego Family Magazine
8 Year Old "Siena Hiker" conquers the 5-Peak Challenge - watch her YouTube video
Summer Camp for children 6 to 12
Art Exhbition -" Where We Wander" Public Reception June 4, from 1 to 4 p.m.
Free Concert-June 11 - San Diego Native American Flute Circle
2018 Call for Artists for shows at the MTRP Visitor Center
Kiwanis One Day - Giving back to the community -
Mountain Bike Guided Nature Ride Series- Ride #2 is Saturday, May 6, 2017
Enjoy Virtual Tours of the Kumeyaay Lake Campground and the MTRP Visitor Center
Honored Volunteers for 2016
Mission Trails Regional Park Master Plan Update
Butterflies & Dragonflies of Mission Trails by David Cooksy
Arbor Day at Mission Trails was celebrated on Saturday, December 3, 2016
Book Your Private Events at the Visitor Center- Weddings, Fundraisers, Retirements,
Mission Trails Listed as one of Top Things To Do In San Diego by Fun Things To Do.io
5-Peak Challenge - One of the 15 outdoors challenges in April issue of San Diego Magazine
Volunteer Opportunities At Mission Trails
Hearing Loop system for hearing impaired in the Theater
Amazon Smile - Amazon will donate 0.5% of your purchase price to the MTRP Foundation
Kumeyaay Lake Campground is open for weekend camping
Vehicle Break-Ins Can Be Prevented!
Explore Mission Trails Day 2017 - Saturday, May 20 - 9 am to 2 pm

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