To celebrate its 100th birthday during October, Save the Redwoods League invites everyone to #Stand4Redwoods and visit one of the 100+ redwood parks across California — for free! That’s 100 parks for 100 years. This expanded “birthday edition” of our Second Saturdays program will take place in October only. The October free entrance day is Saturday, October 13th, but you must first download your pass starting at 8 a.m. on September 26th.
We are partnering with 25 national, state, regional, county, and local agencies to make this happen as one exciting part of our big Celebration Week.
Why? Because you only turn 100 once!
From Big Sur to Crescent City to Montgomery Woods to Calaveras Big Trees State Park. There are parks of all sizes with all kinds of opportunities for recreation and relaxation. The passes cover day-use admission and parking fees to those parks where there are usually entrance fees. Passes for October 13 are available on a first-come, first-served basis.
We invite you to stand under the world’s tallest forms of life – the most powerful forests in the fight against climate change – and learn why we are working so hard to protect and restore California’s iconic forests.
Will you be out in the redwoods on October 13? Show us the redwoods you see. #Stand4Redwoods with us on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter!
Check out these fun events from our park partners on October 13:
- Jack London State Historic Park: Hike to the Ancient Redwood at 10 a.m.
- Mount Tamalpais State Park: “Redwoods” with Karen Ulring at 9:30 a.m.
Visit FreeRedwoodsDays.org to plan your visit and to get your parking pass. (Don’t wait! Passes for certain parks go fast!) Also, be sure to sign up for our mailing list to receive notifications when the passes to the next free second Saturday are available for download.
We can’t wait to see you on the trails! Hope you join us on October 13th!