Trails, Recreational Facility, and Interpretation Planning/Implementation

NRS pursues a variety of projects and programs that promote non-motorized transportation and recreation options along California’s north coast. We develop and implement projects to support regional and state governments, as well as residents and grassroots organizations in their efforts to solidify policies and infrastructure improvements that enable safe and equitable access to human-scale transportation and recreation opportunities. We facilitate numerous partnerships that encourage equitable access to goods, services, employment, education and recreation, and actively work to improve local opportunities to integrate and increase physical activity and healthy choices into daily routines.

Related Projects

NRS is assisting Save the Redwoods League (SRL) with trail planning and trail interpretive planning at the Orick Mill Site, just north of Orick along Bald Hills Road.

RCAA has partnered with Trailhead Labs and Trillium Solutions to support the El Dorado County Transportation Commission in developing an online and print map of bicycle facilities, trail networks a

RCAA partnered with the McKinleyville Land Trust (MLT) on a successful grant through the Environmental Enhancement and Mitigation Program of the California Natural Resources Agency to enhance the l

RCAA collaborated with Alta Planning + Design and GHD to support the Mendocino Council of Governments in developing a vision for a rail with trail along the Northwestern Pacific Railroad right-of-w

PALCO Marsh Interpretive Trail, Eureka, California

This half mile interpretive trail parallels PALCO Marsh, accessed from Del Norte Street in Eureka, California.

This latest edition of the Humboldt Bay Area Bike Map is our area's guide to cycling routes and related safety information in a colorful, fun and easy to read format.

View from planned California Coastal Trail route through Humboldt County.

The Humboldt County Coastal Trail Implementation Strategy was a collaborative effort to plan a continuous public right-of-way for the CCT for non-motorized users along the Humboldt County

The Little River Trail Feasibility Study (LRTFS) project, funded by the State Coastal Conservancy, continued the grass roots work being done by locals, local agencies and state agencies to realize

The Elk River Hikshari’ Trail (Hikshari’ is the Wiyot place name for this area) is a multiple-use, paved trail that runs between Truesdale Avenue (just south of the Bayshore Mall) 1.5 miles s