Every second Saturday of each month in 2018, Save the Redwoods League and California State Parks will be hosting a free day in the redwoods. Parking passes are available on a first-come, first-served basis each month, ahead of the next event.
We invite you to stand under the world’s tallest and largest living creatures — the most powerful forests in the fight against climate change — and learn why we are working so hard to protect and restore them.
Be amazed and inspired by the beauty and power of these natural treasures.
Free Redwoods Days Events in September
This September, we invite you to celebrate our incredible public lands, in particular, California’s spectacular redwood state parks. With National Public Lands Day occurring at the end of the month, this Free Second Saturday in Redwood State Parks is a perfect way to get the celebration going a little early.
Check out these fun events from our park partners on September 8:
- Jack London State Historic Park: Hike to the Ancient Redwood at 10 a.m.
- Mount Tamalpais State Park: Redwoods hike with park interpreter Rosanna Petralia at 9:30 a.m.
- Patrick’s Point State Park: Hike with Park Interpretive Specialist Nancy Jo Martin at 12:00 p.m.
- Prairie Creek Redwoods State Park: Fungal Fruiting Bodies of the North Coast of California at 4:00 p.m.
The California state parks system — which exists to protect the exquisite beaches, deserts, historical landmarks, and redwoods of our state — would not exist today without the foresight and compassion of our conservationist forebears. Today, 49 redwoods state parks are dotted across California, with majority protected in part by Save the Redwoods League.