Take a bike ride through the public easement traversing the Kimber Park Open Space

I thought it would be good to remind everyone of the beauty of the Mission Hills Tennis Club, which is part of the Kimber Park Open Space property.

Here’s a video of a bike ride through the park:

The huge Monterrey Pines shown at the beginning of the video were used by the white-tailed kites to raise their young this year at Kimber Park.

In the background you can hear the cyclone fence being put up. This fence blocks access to the public easement which had been in use by the neighborhood for 35 or more years.

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A Kimber Park resident and nature lover dedicated to the protection and preservation of the Kimber Park open space and neighborhood recreational facility. A hyper-aggressive developer has cyclone fenced a 60-year old Redwood forest and natural area and now holds it hostage in the center of a planned community, even though the property is zoned open space. After surrounding the community's open space with a cyclone fence, they are now trying to negotiate how many homes to build. Hard to believe but true. See also savekimberpark.com for more information.

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