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Placer County Parks Commission, The State’s Natural Resources Agency, Placer Land Trust, Placer county Supervisors, and others came out for the Ribbon cutting ceremony for the Grand Opening of Hidden Fall Regional Park Phase 2. Placer county parks commission Chair David Tooker spoke to the meaning that such a park provides the community as he spoke of another commissioner dedicated to the project.
The park is now over 12 hundred acres with many miles of trail for walkers, hikers, equestrians and cyclists. Supervisor Weygandt and Supervisor Montgomery took park in the unveiling of plaques dedicating the park and a ribbon cutting across one of the new bridges build by the Federal Civilian Conservation Corps.
The development of Hidden Falls was made possible by the Placer Legacy Open Space Program. Placer Legacy is a voluntary program formed to conserve open space, help preserve the local farm economy, protect native plants and wildlife, and provide more passive recreation opportunities to the public.