Photo: Cedar Creek Falls (via Julian)

Hello Hikers!

It looks like we have a few more days of rain to look forward to, and hopefully it should dry out for a bit mid-week. Remember that some trails may be closed during or shortly after rains due to flooding or to protect the trails from damage.

If you’re planning on hiking or camping at Lake Morena County Park, be aware that a boil water order has been issued due to E. coli contamination of the water system.

The Times of San Diego reports that County Supervisors have unanimously approved a campground to be built in the Tijuana River Valley Regional Park. The campground will be located approximately 1 mile south of the Tijuana River and have access to the beach as well as the park’s extensive trail system. The first phase of construction is scheduled to start in the fall and conclude in March 2020.

In other Tijuana River news, according to an Imperial Beach Patch article the City of San Diego will be joining a lawsuit against the U.S. section of the International Boundary and Water Commission regarding pollution in the Tijuana River.

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Have a good week!

Photo: Oakzanita Peak Loop

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