News and Upcoming Events...                                                        
        New "Connector Trail" at Montaña de Oro - More info here...
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              Video about Oats Peak at MdO and CCCMB                                                            

   New Weekly Trail Crew:      

   Join the new FRIDAY HOT SPOT trail crew each Friday morning to help work on CCCMB trails in need of a quick fix (Hot Spot).

    - This Friday (11/22), will NOT be a work day due to close proximity to the holiday.  We will start up again on Friday 11/29.  Come and join us!
       Normally we would be using the "Flow Sticks" to help us "fine flag" the new Islay Creek Connector Trail..  We will need at least four    

people to move the sticks around and do the flagging so if you can make it
 please let me know.  
 Meet at the parking lot across from the gate to the Islay Creek road at 9 am.  Come and join us to  help make a difference on SLO County trails.

    - For more information or to RSVP, contact:

  How to never get poison oak (ivy) again - Proper wash up video HERE 

Our Spring 2018 e-Newsletter

So far, this season - Volunteers have worked 2007 hours!

NEW Fall-Winter 2018/19

CCCMB Trail Work Schedule 

Visit our Face Book event page for more information 

Next Trail Work Day 

Sunday, December 2nd at 9am

Fernandez Trail near Pozo

Bring your friends, and join us for a morning of trail work on the Fernandez Trail near Pozo!

MEET at Turkey Flats (a few miles beyond Pozo), at 9am for a quick safety briefing and raffle drawing.  We will work until 12 or 1pm.  

WEAR closed toed shoes, long sleeves and long pants.  Don’t forget your gloves, hat, water and trail snacks. 

PUBLIC is welcome and tools will be provided!  See you there!

For more information, contact

Check This Out...

A New Video Called "Coastal Reverie"

About Oats Peak at MdO and CCCMB

Thanks to Jason Fitzgibbon and Octave Zangs for their collaboration on this rad video! "A Coastal Reverie" was filmed at Montaña de Oro State Park on the Oats Peak Trail.

CCCMB is excited to be working on a new 2 mile trail at MDO, but we continue to need your help and support! Please donate or become a member today by visiting the link below:


New "Connector Trail" at MdO

Islay Creek Connector Trail:  There is a new trail currently being built at Montaña de Oro State Park that will eventually help connect the Hazard Peak Trial to the Oats Peak Trail and is being called the Islay Creek Connector Trail (so far).  You can find pictures and progress reports about this new trail HERE.

Poker Ride Success!

A big THANKS to everyone that came out to our first ever Poker Ride! It was a very successful fundraiser that helped raise money for upcoming projects including the new connector trail at MdO! All proceeds from the money raised will go toward improving our local trails. We hope everyone enjoyed the day at Pismo Preserve and lunch at the "grassy knoll" overlooking the ocean. We would like to thank The Land Conservancy of San Luis Obispo County for allowing us to hold the event at the closed property which they hope to open soon to the public! Check out their calendar for docent hikes/rides and open days at: 

A big shout out goes to our other sponsors: The Galley Seafood Grill & Bar, SLIME, Genuine Innovations, Foothill Cyclery, Voler Apparel, and Fluid Sports Nutrition!

And... a very special THANKS to Christie for her leadership and organization of the event!

Important Bond Measure Affecting Local Trails...

2018 Park Bond/Proposition 68 
This bond measure, which is going on the June 5th ballot, is the first park bond since 2002. When looking at the website (, your first thought may be “this is all about water!”. But think of it this way: “Water” is the BOB trailer and “Trails and Parks” are the tools in the trailer! 

For a list of where the funding would be assigned, go to 
the webpage,
     - then choose the Get Involved page, 
     - next, under under Supporter Toolkit
       click the Prop. 68 Investment Priorities”            

This bond measure includes $218 million to repair and improve state parks, $50 million for forest restoration – which could be used in the fire damaged areas of Sonoma, Napa, San Luis Obispo, Santa Barbara and Ventura counties. 

CCCMB is a strong supporter of this bond measure and could use your support.  We encourage you to research the potential benefits of this measure and vote as you believe is appropriate in the June election.