Dear Kings River Conservancy Supporter:
We want to update you on a few happenings with the Kings River Conservancy. After much consideration, we have decided to postpone our Spring Fling originally scheduled for April 18th. This was a hard decision for us to make, but we feel the right decision in light of current events. It is important for us to promote the health and safety of our supporters and the community-at-large as we protect, enhance, and educate people about the Kings River. We wish you and yours safety and look forward to seeing you at our rescheduled event. We will post information as soon as we have a new date established. We have cancelled our upcoming Star Party previously scheduled for this Friday, March 20. We will reschedule another star gazing evening and will send out information on our social media platforms as soon as possible.
In this time of uncertainty, one thing has not changed, and that is our dedication to fulfilling our mission. Along with our other day-to-day operations we are still maintaining our river access points. Take a walk and enjoy the fresh air, beautiful river, and amazing wildlife. We hope to see you at our rescheduled events soon! In the meantime, enjoy the river.
The Kings River Conservancy Board of Directors
The Kings River Conservancy is a federally registered 501(c)3 non-profit corporation founded on the principle that advocating for and protecting the Lower Kings River benefits the community at large. And, it's fun!
The mission of the Kings River Conservancy is to foster community involvement in protecting and enhancing environmental values, to enhance and control public access for recreation, to educate the public on matters related to environmental values, to preserve agricultural lands and to encourage sound public conservation practices along the Kings River corridor from Pine Flat Dam to Highway 99.
Click on the Access Park's location image below to see the map view and to get directions.