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California State Parks Adventure Pass Allows 4th Graders and Their Families to Visit Three State Parks for Free


The following is a press release issued by 2nd District Assemblyman Jim Wood

Hendy Woods State Park [Picture from WikiCommons.com]

The California State Park Adventure Pass provides free entry for fourth graders and their families at 19 amazing state parks throughout the state. Mountains, deserts, forests, rivers … Three of these parks are in the 2nd Assembly District — Jedediah Smith Redwoods State Park (Crescent City), Sue-meg State Park (Trinidad) and Hendy Woods State Park (Philo). Learn more About the California State Park Adventure Pass.



  1. Wait a second… Aren’t parks free anyway since we pay for them with our tax dollars? The only thing we really have to pay for its state parks is parking.

  2. The generosity of our ruling bureaucracy allowing those that cannot pay still visit this free countries sights. How magnanimous of them.

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