Events & Activities
MONTHLY INTERPRETIVE ACTIVITIES SCHEDULE
Please click here for the monthly downloadable Interpretive Schedule for Santa Cruz District Area of California State Parks.
2015 Events at Henry Cowell Redwoods State Park
Below are 2015 Annual Special Events at this State Park. Additional daily activities including guided walks, campfires and Junior Ranger programs, can be viewed on the parks main calendar.
Ohlone Day at Henry Cowell Redwoods State Park
Saturday, September 12, 2015 from 10 am to 4 pm
Event features hands-on experiences to relate Ohlone cultural, social, and every-day life
The event takes place in the group picnic area, one of the largest riparian forests along the San Lorenzo River. The park is also known for its old-growth redwood forest along a .8 mile trail. All activities are free; day-use parking fee is $10. The main entrance to Henry Cowell Redwoods State Park is located off of Highway 9 in Felton at 101 Big Trees Park Road.
Mountain Parks Foundation Lobster Feed Fundraiser
at Henry Cowell Redwoods State Park
Saturday, October 10 from 4:30 pm to 8:30 pm
Visit Mountain Parks Foundation for ticket sales start date
Twinkling lights under a canopy of trees and stars, the delightful sounds of live music floating through the air - it's that time of year again! Join us for our 20th Annual Lobster Feed at Henry Cowell Redwoods State Park on Saturday, October 10, 2015. Enjoy a full dinner featuring a 1.5 pound fresh Maine lobster served with crisp salad, steaming corn-on-the-cob, warm garlic bread, beverages, and dessert. The bluegrass sounds of Highway One add their own special magic to the evening. Visit Mountain Parks Foundation for ticket sales start date at www.mountainparks.org or call 831-335-3174; This annual fundraiser for Mountain Parks Foundation supports the educational and cultural programs in Big Basin and Henry Cowell Redwoods State Parks
Mountain Parks Foundation funds the nature education and enrichment programs offered at Henry Cowell and Big Basin Redwoods State Parks. We believe an informed public will ensure the preservation of the natural habitats and cultural history of our California State Parks. Interpretive and educational programs funded by Mountain Parks Foundation serve more than 1.7 million park visitors annually, including more than 200 student classes who participate in park curriculum-based educational programs.
Events made possible by California State Park Docents, California State Parks and Mountain Parks Foundation