Save the Redwoods League and California State Parks invite the public to skip the shopping malls the day after Thanksgiving and instead opt outside by visiting a redwood state park for free on Free Redwood Parks Day!
Entry to the participating California redwood state parks for day use on Friday, Nov. 27th, 2015, will be free of charge. Find the complete list of all 49 California redwood state parks at SaveTheRedwoods.org/freefriday.
Day-use hours at parks is typically 8:00 a.m. to sunset. Hours of individual parks may vary. Please check operating hours for the California redwood state park you wish to visit at SaveTheRedwoods.org/freefriday.
All visitors wishing to take advantage of Free Redwood Parks Day-Use Pass must go to SaveTheRedwoods.org/freefriday to download and print out a paper copy of the Free Redwoods State Parks Day-Use Pass, which must be presented to state parks staff at the entry gate or, if no state parks employee is on duty, displayed visibly on your vehicle’s dashboard to avoid being charged a fine. Free admission is only good for day use only.
Free trip guide and brochures available on the website (SaveTheRedwoods.org/freefriday) as well as much more information. You can also follow the hashtags #OptOutside #IntoTheRedwoods at www.facebook.com/SaveTheRedwoodsLeague and at twitter.com/savetheredwoods.
Skip the crowds and the chaos at the mall this Black Friday and experience the peace and beauty of your local redwood state parks instead!
Bring your friends and family to explore beautiful ancient redwood forests.
Source: Save the Redwood League