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BIG BASIN UPDATE State Parks Shares Concept for a Connected, Collaborative, Reimagined Big Basin Redwoods State Park

Thursday, May 26, 2022

Vision for the Reimagined Park to be discussed at a community event on June 3

SACRAMENTO, Calif. -- California State Parks today announced the release of the Reimagining Big Basin Vision Summary, a collaborative vision created through months of public input to guide the reestablishment of Big Basin Redwoods State Park after the 2020 CZU Lightning Complex Fire.

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California State Parks Urges Public To Help Reimagine Big Basin Redwoods State Park

Friday, February 4, 2022

BOULDER CREEK, Calif. -- California State Parks is urging the public to get involved and to learn more about the “Reimagining Big Basin” project, a project that will memorialize the broad vision for reestablishing California’s oldest State Park. With the loss of all park infrastructure in the 2020 CZU Fire, the park has been closed while recovery work has been underway. During this time, State Parks has kicked off this planning project to initiate the public process of planning the park’s visitor serving facilities needed to provide the visitor experiences at the park.

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State Parks Provides Update on Structures Destroyed at Big Basin Redwoods State Park

Friday, August 28, 2020

SACRAMENTO, Calif.— California State Parks is updating the public on the status of the structures destroyed at Big Basin Redwoods State Park (SP) from the CZU Lightning Complex Fire that continues to burn in Santa Cruz and San Mateo counties. However, due to extensive damage and hazardous conditions, State Parks has not fully assessed the damage to all the structures, including historic ones built in the 1930s, and the treasured old-growth redwood trees inside California’s oldest state park. The department advises the public not to enter the park as it remains closed.

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Banner for Start the New Year in the Outdoors With a First Day Hike - California State Parks Hosting Approximately 50 Hikes Statewide
Big Basin Redwoods SP, Año Nuevo SP, Angel Island SP, Anza-Borrego Desert SP, Crystal Cove SP, Carpinteria SB, Salt Point SP, Torrey Pines SB, Marshall Gold Discovery SHP

Start the New Year in the Outdoors With a First Day Hike - California State Parks Hosting Approximately 50 Hikes Statewide

Tuesday, December 17, 2019

Looking to burn off some holiday calories and start the new year on the right foot? California State Parks invites the public to absorb the wonders of nature with a First Day Hike on New Year’s Day. Dedicated docents, volunteers and staff will be providing about 50 hikes at state parks throughout California. 

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Banner for Enjoy the Great Outdoors in California State Parks
Big Basin Redwoods SP, Anza-Borrego Desert SP, Castle Crags SP, Carpinteria SB, Crystal Cove SP, Julia Pfeiffer Burns SP, Auburn SRA, Grover Hot Springs SP, Hendy Woods SP, Folsom Lake SRA, Lake Perris SRA, Lake Oroville SRA, Prairie Creek Redwoods SP, Providence Mountains SRA, Ocotillo Wells SVRA

Enjoy the Great Outdoors in California State Parks

Monday, June 18, 2018

SACRAMENTO, Calif., – California State Parks invites outdoor enthusiasts to honor “Great Outdoors Month” by visiting the Golden State’s spectacular state parks. Whether it be in the misty Northern California redwoods to the sun-bathed desert in Southern California or the beaches along the coastline, Californians have a diverse topography to choose from.

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