Libraries across California are teaming up with California State Parks this summer for free admission, and here’s how it works.
Libraries around the state are getting passes to state parks
The Palm Springs Public Library has ten passes.
You can checkout a pass for two weeks using your library card, and it allows you access to 2-hundred state parks.
So load up the car, spend a couple hundred bucks to fill up your gas tank, and head to some state parks around California.
Each pass is valid for entry of one passenger vehicle with up to nine people, and can be used any day of the week, as long as space is available in the park.
In this March 20, 2012, photo provided by the California State Parks shows Fort Ord Dunes State Park in Sand City, Calif. The first new state park campground on the California coast in 30 years is expected to feature ocean frontage on Monterey Bay when it opens in 2022. Fort Ord Dunes State Park has 4 miles (6 kilometers) of ocean beach on the bay and is located near Marina, south of Moss Landing and north of Monterey, The San Francisco Chronicle reported Saturday, Feb. 23, 2020. (Brian Baer/California State Parks, 2020, via AP) used locally June 16th 2022