Several years ago at Sinkyone Wilderness State Park, there was a surge in unpermitted group gatherings, illegal camping, and off-road vehicle activities.  To address these issues and develop a long term sustainable plan for the park, the Humboldt Redwoods Interpretive Association, along with visitors, park staff, local businesses, community groups, and residents are working together develop a long-term vision for the park and the steps necessary to achieve it.

“Humboldt Redwoods Interpretive Association and the North Coast Redwoods District, Eel River Sector is very committed to the Usal Committee’s efforts to restore and revitalize Usal Beach, Campground and Trails. We look forward to working with the local community and its Usal Committee stakeholder organizations in writing the implementation plan to conduct this important work.”
- Carla Thomas, Board Officer, Humboldt Redwoods Interpretive Association

California State Parks Foundation

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