Raising the Roof on The Castle Rock Interpretive Shelter

A short walk from the trail head in Castle Rock is an interpretive shelter that explains the natural history of the forest ecosystem. This shelter was constructed in 1970 and its roof has outlived its useful life. The PCRF, with a generous grant from our Partner REI, has sponsored creation and installation of   new interpretive panels in the shelter.  Over the 40 years since it was constructed, the original shake roof  suffered extensive deterioration.  In spring of 2019 we funded the re-roofing of the shelter.  The new roof is shown on the right above during a Parks Docent training.

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Earth Day Restoration

Saturday, April 27, 2019 - Castle Rock State Park

PCRF is sponsoring an “Earth day” restoration project in Castle Rock State Park.  Because the official Earth day falls on the Monday after Easter, the event will hold the event […]

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Earth Day 2019!

On Saturday, April 27th, volunteers and Parks employees worked to refurbish the Danny Hanavan self-guided trail, putting in new numbered posts and cutting brush from the trail. This trail is […]