Come Lend Your Voice to the Castle Valley Trailhead Project

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The Castle Peak trailhead is one of the most heavily utilized OHV/OSV and non-motorized use trailheads on the Truckee Ranger District. It is severely limited by undesignated parking and a lack of restroom facilities. The result is that users are forced to park unsafely on roads or in forested areas exacerbating soil compaction, runoff, and erosion resulting in environmental degradation and diminishing the user experience. 

The Castle Valley Trailhead Planning and Outreach project would plan for the development of a proposed year-round multiple-use trailhead at the crest of the Sierras at Donner Summit, directly accessed by Interstate 80. Planning will be for a multiple-use paved trailhead facility at the summit that is intended to accommodate OHV/OSH vehicles, restrooms, access roads to and from the trailhead facility, kiosks, signs, and an OHV/OSV loading ramp. 

Come hear a presentation about the project on JUNE 8, 2023 and contribute your voice and ideas.

The presentation will take place at the Soda Springs Mountain Resort — in the Main Lodge — 10244 Soda Springs Road from 4:30 to 6:30 pm

If you are unable to attend the public meeting, we will be releasing a survey on Monday, 6/5/23, for you to provide feedback. The survey will be open from Monday to Saturday, 6/17/23.

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