CHICO, Calif. - The City of Chico Park Division announced on Friday that some trails in Upper Bidwell Park that were closed due to the Stoney Fire will reopen to the public on Saturday, Feb. 23.
The specific trails that will reopen include the Annie Bidwell Trail and the South Rim Trail on the south side of Upper Bidwell Park.
Hazardous trees have been removed from the area, but the Park Division still warns the public that there are potential hazards such as falling rocks on these trials.
The Guardian and Blood Pin Trails received significant damage and will remain closed. The Peregrine Point Disc Golf Course and Humboldt Trail are also still closed.
To see updated trail and road conditions, call the trail hotline number at (530) 896-7899 or CLICK HERE.
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