Coutolenc Park is located off of Coutolenc Road in Magalia. This 367-acre park is adjacent to National Forest and Bureau of Land Management lands. Historically, the District hosted Camp Coutolenc at the park every summer, an archery range, and hiking trails that gave access to the west Branch of the Feather River. The park lost quite a lot of trees and the archery range was completely destroyed by the Camp Fire.
This District is a finalist for a trails grant that would create a 20-mile loop trail from Lakeridge Park, through Coutolenc Park, up to Paradise Lake and back. If successful, the trail would create a beautiful networked trail system and identify legal access routes across public lands.
The District is also aggressively pursing grant funding to enhance the park. There are existing picnic tables at the park, but we would like to add restrooms, potable water, way-points, and trails to the site. What else would you like to see at Coutolenc Park? Please use the survey tool below to tell us what you would like to see added to this historic wildland park that has brought joy to generations of Ridge residents.