Tesoro Viejo announces the planned opening this Fall of its more than 14-mile trail system with access to the San Joaquin River
MADERA COUNTY, CA – Madera County elected officials and community members gathered August 23 for a ribbon-cutting ceremony to celebrate the planned opening this Fall of Tesoro Viejo’s more than 14-mile trail system that connects to the San Joaquin River. Tesoro Viejo is Madera County’s newest, award-winning master-planned community.
“We are taking a comprehensive approach and understanding of our community by providing from the onset trails throughout our community and trails that lead to the San Joaquin River,” said Brent McCaffrey, president of Tesoro Viejo.
The trail system includes six unique trails designed to connect people with the natural beauty of the community. The trails are suitable for walking, jogging, and biking throughout the natural landscape of the community.
“Madera County and Tesoro Viejo have been recognized for our efforts to create and maintain a vibrant and healthy community – the opening of these trails will be a testament to that,” said Madera County Supervisor Brett Frazier.
Tesoro Viejo as designed takes advantage of the beautiful landscape and vistas. The trails span the community, connecting neighborhoods to one another for easy walking, running, or biking, letting walkers and runners explore the landscape with arroyos, rock outcroppings, riparian landscapes, grasslands, and other natural settings. Additional trails venture out from the community down to the banks of the San Joaquin River letting explorers enjoy the beauty of the river.
“The opening of these trails present a unique opportunity to connect Fresno and Madera counties with a lasting benefit to our region,” said Fresno County Supervisor Steve Brandau.