Thanks to the partnership of First Partner’s Office and the Natural Resources Agency which created this new pilot program “The California State Park Adventure Pass”, fourth graders and their families can now visit California State Parks for free for an entire year. Below are the parks included in the Adventure Pass:

Anza-Borrego Desert State Park
Calaveras Big Trees State Park (Arnold)
California Citrus State Historic Park (Riverside)
California State Railroad Museum (Sacramento)
Chino Hills State Park (Chino Hills)
Clear Lake State Park (Kelseyville)
Colonel Allensworth State Historic Park (Earlimart)
Cuyamaca Rancho State Park (Julian)
Empire Mine State Historic Park (Grass Valley)
Hendy Woods State Park
Hollister Hills State Vehicular Recreation Area
Jack London State Historic Park (Glen Ellen)
Jedediah Smith Redwoods State Park (Crescent City)
Millerton Lake State Recreation Area (Fresno)
Morro Bay State Park Museum of Natural History
Patrick’s Point State Park (Trinidad)
Samuel P. Taylor State Park (Lagunitas)
Seacliff State Beach (Santa Cruz)
Silver Strand State Beach (Coronado)


This new program will help promote a healthier California for all, where every child has the opportunity to learn and explore the benefit from our state’s natural wonders,” said Jennifer Siebel Newsom, California’s First Partner.



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Photo Credit 2 (kids playing on a Sycamore tree at Leo Carrillo State Park campground by Sarah Reingewirtz)