In the spring of 2014, MCPRD staff began the process to update the park's 1988 Master Plan. The ultimate purpose of developing a park master plan is to outline the long-range vision for the park as well as to guide development priorities that will provide for both the public's enjoyment and the protection of the park's resources.
Through the Rivers, Trails, and Conservation Areas Program, the National Park Service is assisting MCPRD with this master plan update. The update process will include conducting research, meeting with stakeholders, and consulting the public through public open house meetings. This process will take about 18-months and updates will be posted here. For questions or comments, please contact the MCPRD Park Planner at email@example.com.
January 29, 2015
Please note that dates and timeframes are subject to change.
Last updated: 2/19/2015