Santa Rosa Plateau Reserve’s new pavilion reaches completion

The stage and pavilion at the Santa Rosa Plateau was burned in the 2019 Tenaja fire. Valley News/Courtesy photo
Originally destroyed in 2019 Tenaja Fire The Santa Rosa Plateau Ecological Reserve’s new pavilion behind the reserve’s visitor center is now completed after more than a year and a half of construction, it was announced by the plateau’s nonprofit education foundation. The original stage and covering behind the visitor center at 39400 Clinton Keith Road in Murrieta was used for the Santa Rosa Plateau Nature Education Foundation and Riverside County Parks for programs to educate students and the community, along with special summertime entertainment programs. It was destroyed by the 2019 Tenaja Fire. A number of foundation fundraisers helped raise funds for the new “fireproof” pavilion built on the old stage’s location. Riverside County Parks and Open Space District also contr
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