Napa Valley State Parks Association is repairing and restoring the popular Palisades Trail, one of the most popular trails that is severely deteriorated in some sections at Robert Louis Stevenson State Park. The new trail improvements and installation of directional signage will lead to overall visitor safety and enhance the visitor’s hiking experience.

"Napa Valley State Parks Association is the Friends Group organized over 30 years ago to help support our local state parks. While NVSPA has held many fundraisers and tackled many work projects, we could not have accomplished all that we do without the moral support and financial assistance we have received from CSPF and their generous donors.

Although hiking along the Palisades Trail at Robert Louis Stevenson offers glorious views of Napa Valley, it has been difficult for many park visitors to hike to the top and enjoy the vistas due to long-standing deterioration of the trails. Having received a generous grant from CSPF, our "small but mighty" crew will now be heading up the trail with proper equipment and some expert trail workers to restore the trail!" 
— Jeanne Marioni, Events, Programs, Grants, Marketing & Community Relationships, Napa County Regional Park and Open Space District, Napa Valley State Parks Association

California State Parks Foundation

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