Other Park Systems Offering Free Entry
Thank you for your interest in our offer of free admission to California redwood state parks on November 27, 2015. We have reached our free-pass limit — no more passes are available. Please consider visiting these other redwood parks offering free admission on November 27, 2015.
Passes are not required for these parks.
- East Bay Regional Park District in the San Francisco Bay Area is offering free admission on Friday, November 27, 2015. Its parks that include the most redwoods:
- Mid-Peninsula Regional Open Space District does not charge fees for entry or parking at its 26 open space preserves in the San Francisco Peninsula. Its preserves that include redwoods:
Share Your Photos, Videos
If you already have a Free Redwood Parks Day pass, we would love to see photos and videos of you and your friends and family enjoying the day and holding our sign, which you can download at SaveTheRedwoods.org/freefridaysign.
Please share your photos and videos on Facebook and Twitter and tag them with #OptOutside, #IntoTheRedwoods and #CAStateParks.
California Redwood State Parks Brochure
Learn more about California’s 49 redwood state parks and download the brochure.
Thank You to Parks and Partners
In addition to the participating California redwood state parks, Free Redwood Parks Day is brought to you with help from these partners:
- Calaveras Big Trees Association
- California State Parks Foundation
- Friends of Santa Cruz State Parks
- Hendy Woods Community
- Humboldt Redwoods Interpretive Association
- Jack London Park Partners
- Mendocino Area Parks Association
- Mountain Parks Foundation
- National Park Service
- Portola and Castle Rock Foundation
- Redwood Parks Association
- Sempervirens Fund
- Stewards of the Coast and Redwoods
Thank you to American Hiking Society for helping us spread the word!