California Escapes: February 2010 Features
Experience the glory of past Olympic History
Visitors can view exhibits of the glory of the 1960 Olympic history at Ed Z'berg Sugar Pine Point State Park. The park is a winter wonderland for cross country ski lovers and those in search of a winter getaway. To read more click here.
Up Close and Personal: California State Parks Ranger Mark DeLeon
Ranger Mark DeLeon of Millerton Lake State Recreation Area is an energetic and hardworking individual that shares his love of California State Parks with visitors. To read more click here
Angel Island celebrates 100 years of its immigration station
Angel Island State Park’s Immigration Station, also known as the “Ellis Island of the West,” celebrated its centennial. Visitors can tour the Immigration Station and learn of the historical significance this played in the shaping the United States. To read more click here.
Natural Bridges State Beach is a winter safe haven for the Monarch Butterfly
Natural Bridges State Beach offers a safe haven to the bright orange and black monarch butterfly during the winter months. Visitors can see clusters of the butterflies on guided tours of the butterfly preserve. To read more click here.