Visit California State Parks for Free with a Pass from Your Local Library!
Jack London State Historic Park
Get out and explore California State Parks this spring and summer for free! You can now check out free day-use passes to over 200 California State Parks at your local library, courtesy of the California State Library Parks Pass program. All you have to have is a library card, so there's no reason not to get outdoors and explore our state parks with your family! Don't have a library card? You can get one for free at any local library branch or even online.
Olompali State Historic Park
Among the parks you can visit in Marin and the North Bay are:
- China Camp State Park, San Rafael
- Olompali State Historic Park, Novato
- Mt. Tamalpais State Park, Mill Valley
- Samuel P. Taylor State Park, San Geronimo
- Tomales Bay State Park, Inverness
- Jack London State Historic Park, Glen Ellen
- Sugarloaf Ridge State Park, Kenwood
- Fort Ross State Historic Park, Jenner
- Armstrong Redwood State Natural Reserve, Guerneville
Find more parks and local libraries on this interactive online map. Passes are not valid for parks and museums that include individual admission, such as Angel Island State Park and the California State Railroad Museum. You can see a complete list of excluded parks here. Passes are good for vehicles with a passenger capacity of 9 or less.
China Camp State Park
The California State Library Parks Pass program is a partnership between the First Partner's Office, California State Parks, the California State Library. Learn more the California State Library Parks Pass program at www.parks.ca.gov
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