Road to Red Rock Reopens

The Santa Barbara Ranger District operating in Los Padres National Forest announced that repairs have been completed on the road to Red Rock, which has now reopened to vehicle traffic. The road, which starts at the end of Paradise Road and crosses the Santa Ynez River, was originally closed so a damaged bridge could be repaired. These repairs were completed last fall, but the road remained closed so the Forest Service could clear debris and repair damage to facilities that were vandalized.

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