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Posted on: May 26, 2023

[ARCHIVED] Tuolumne River Regional Park (TRRP) Public Outreach

Image of three people hiking in the woods.

The Tuolumne River Regional Park is a large 500-acre park being developed along the seven-mile stretch of the Tuolumne River traversing through the City of Modesto. 

The TRRP Park Commission and Citizen Advisory Committee is completing a park master plan update to explore options to develop new hiking trails, river beach restoration, picnic areas, mountain biking trails, disc golf courses, adventure climbing/zipline courses and much more.

Take Part in a Survey

Participate in a survey to help us understand how you currently use the park, and what improvements you would to see made to the park.

Join us for a Public Meeting

We are welcoming everyone to join a discussion about the Tuolumne River Regional Park. Join us in-person or virtually for a discussion about the future of the Tuolumne River Regional Park. Participate in one of the three upcoming public meetings to discuss recreation opportunities, challenges, and upcoming construction projects. Join us to learn more and share your feedback for the future of the river parkway. 

  1. Public Meeting #1
    • In-Person and Virtually
    • Thursday, June 1; 5:30PM-7:00PM 
    • In-Person: Modesto City Hall, 1010 10th Street, Room 2001
    • Link to Virtual Meeting
  2. Public Meeting #2
    • In-Person Only 
    • Wednesday, June 7; 5:30PM-7:00PM
    • Neighborhood Center at James Marshall Park
    • 420 Chicago Avenue, Modesto, CA 95351
  3. Public Meeting #3
    • In-Person Only 
    • Thursday, June 8; 5:30PM-7:00PM
    • Tuolumne River Regional Park, Picnic Area B
    • 1200 Tioga Drive, Modesto, CA 95354


More information about the Tuolumne River Regional Park and Master Plan Update visit the webpage or contact Ken Peterson via email or call 209-571-5573. 

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