SAN DIEGO — Just in time for National Library Week, your California public library card now will get you a free pass to one in all California’s 200 state parks.
You can checkout the brand new California State Library Pass at any of the 1,100 public libraries throughout the state.
The pass is legitimate for entry for one passenger car with capability of 9 or much less, or one freeway licensed bike.
California’s First Partner Jennifer Siebel Newsom introduced the brand new partnership with California State Parks and the California State Library as a part of National Library Week.
“With the California State Library Parks Pass, anyone with a library card will be able to unlock the benefits and beauty of our majestic state parks,” mentioned Siebel Newsom.
The California Department of Parks and Recreation says every library, together with cell libraries, can have passes accessible for checkout.
The three-year pilot program was funded by way of Governor Gavin Newsom’s Outdoors for All Initiative. The initiative goals to create for the very first time, progressive and equitable entry applications for kids and households to discover California’s State Park System.
You can checkout a California State Parks Library pass at one of many libraries listed here:
You can discover a listing of different applications providing households free entry to California State Parks here.
For extra info and a listing of state parks not included in this system click on here.
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