Cleveland National Forest representatives will be on hand to answer questions and address concerns from the public regarding the Cedar Creek Falls Trail and permit system at an open house from 4 to 7 p.m. Wednesday, April 23, at the beginning of the trail in San Diego Country Estates.
With the arrival of spring, forest officials are seeing a spike in people hiking the trail, said Joan Friedlander, district ranger for the Palomar Ranger District in the Cleveland National Forest. The number of permits available for hikers to use Cedar Creek Falls Trail has been increased from 75 to 91 per day, she said. Each permit allows up to five people.
The open house will be at the Cedar Creek Falls Trailhead at the end of Thornbush Road, off Ramona Oaks Road, in the Estates.