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Parks and Trail Information

Our Sixth Tradition states:
"An NA group ought never endorse, finance, or lend the NA name to any related facility or outside enterprise, lest problems of money, property, or prestige divert us from our primary purpose."  And, our primary purpose is defined by the Fifth Tradition: "Each group has but one primary purpose--to carry the message to the addict who still suffers." *

This is exactly what Wild Recovery is about.

Links offered on this page are to entities outside Narcotics Anonymous, and NA has no connection with, or control over, their content. We offer them, in the spirit of cooperation but not affiliation, because they have valuable information for our members about the parks and open space preserves where we hold our meetings.

Information at these sites will answer such questions as,
"Can I bring my dog or ride my mountain bike?"
"Can I smoke at this park?" "How much does parking cost?"
"How do I get there?"
"In case of an emergency, how can I get help?"
"Does the park offer access for people with disabilities?"
Park closures because of fire, weather conditions, or construction are hardly unknown in California, so it can pay to find out first before making a long trip.

Bottom line: we don't want our members to have problems because they lack information, and we want to know the parks' rules so we'll continue to be welcome guests there.

Many of these sites have excellent trail maps, and offer valuable and interesting information about the parks and open space district lands. However, when you access these sites you should realize that you are leaving the NA and Wild Recovery sites, and it is important to understand that Narcotics Anonymous does not endorse, finance, lend the NA name, nor offer an opinion about any outside causes or enterprises. These links are offered as information resources, not as endorsement.

In utilizing external links, we try to follow the very sensible example of the NA World Service website, to assist our members in gaining access to necessary online resources while being careful not to confuse our identity with other organizations or enterprises.

* Twelve Traditions reprinted for adaptation by permission of AA World Services, Inc.

California State Parks

Angel Island State Park also Ferry from Pier 41 and Ferry from Tiburon

Pfeiffer Big Sur State Park
Julia Pfeiffer Burns State Park
Ano Nuevo State Reserve
Pacheco State Park
Mt. Tamalpais State Park

Pacheco State Park
Point Lobos State Reserve
Mount Diablo State Park
Henry Coe State Park

State Parks in Santa Cruz County
Sunset State Beach
Castle Rock State Park
Manressa-Uplands State Beach
Henry Cowell Redwoods State Park
Big Basin State Park
Portola Redwoods State Parks
Butano State Park
Wilder Ranch State Park
Forest of Nisene Marks State Park

Santa Clara County Parks: Joseph D. Grant County Park (Grant Ranch)
Uvas Canyon County Park
Almaden-Quicksilver County Park
Calero County Park
Mt. Madonna County Park
Sanborn-Skyline County Park
Santa Teresa County Park
Harvey Bear/Coyote Lake

City of Santa Cruz Parks Department:
Loch Lomond Recreation Area

San Mateo County Parks Department:
San Mateo Memorial Park
Pescadero Creek
Sam McDonald Memorial Park

Midpeninsula Regional Open Space District (MROSD):
Fremont Older Open Space Preserve
Long Ridge Open Space Preserve
Los Trancos Open Space Preserve
Monte Bello Open Space Preserve
Russian Ridge Open Space Preserve
Skyline Ridge Open Space Preserve
Sierra Azul Open Space Preserve (Mt. Umunhum)
Windy Hill Open Space Preserve

East Bay Regional Parks:
Dogs in the park
Sunol Regional Wilderness
Morgan Territory Regional Preserve
Pleasanton Ridge Regional Park
Coyote Hills Regional Park
Las Trampas Regional Wilderness

National Park Service:
Death Valley also
Lassen Volcanic National Park
Pinnacles National Monument also Friends of Pinnacles
Point Reyes National Seashore
Sequoia-Kings Canyon

Joshua Tree National Monument
Yosemite National Park also

Hidden Villa Trust:

Rogue River Retreat
Valley of the Rogue State Park
Rogue River BLM