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California State Parks
All the California State Parks are now available! Each of these parks is a single point on the map, but we’ve been working with more state parks to add more dedicated sites, which are listed below in the alphabetical list of all parks. In the App, the dedicated park sites are listed under “Featured California State Parks”.
Auburn State Recreation Area
Auburn State Recreation Area is in the American River Canyon east and south of Auburn, CA. Home to part of the famous Western States Trail system, as well as many other trails, the south end joins with Folsom Lake SRA (see below). It has been covered by ParkWatchReport since our beginnings and continues from our old ‘.org’ site.
Backbone National Recreation Trail
The Backbone National Recreation Trail runs along the Santa Monica Mountains above the spectacularly scenic California Coast for 65 miles linking several parks and adjoining other trails.
Benicia State Recreation Area
Benicia State Recreation Area in Northern California features marshland, grassy hillsides and rocky beaches along the narrowest portion of the Carquinez Strait, inland from San Francisco Bay.
China Camp State Park
China Camp State Park is an historic Chinese American shrimp-fishing village by a salt marsh, in San Rafael, California, on the shore of San Pablo Bay.
Chino Hills State Recreation Area
In the hills above LA is a refuge from the noise and traffic for wildlife and humans. With extensive trails, canyons and ridges, it is full of places to explore.
Colonel Allensworth State Historic Park
Colonel Allensworth State Historic Park near Bakersfield preserves Allensworth, the only California town to be founded & governed by African Americans.
El Dorado County Parks & Trails
The Parks & Trails Department of El Dorado County, CA adopted ParkWatchReport November 1st, 2014.
The department is responsible for the El Dorado Trail, a 35-mile long corridor with stretches of paved, unpaved and, as yet undeveloped rail bed, along with the world-famous 4-wheeling Rubicon Trail from the Lake Tahoe basin over the Sierra Nevada’s rocky crest, as well as several regional parks. Keeping an eye on all that is a challenge.
Feather River Rec & Parks
The Feather River Recreation and Park District encompasses an area of 730 square miles in South-eastern Butte County, which comprises approximately 42 percent of the geographical area of the County and nearly 24 percent of the County’s population. Along with the greater Oroville area, other District communities include Palermo, Bangor, and Honcut in the valley, and the mountain areas of Berry Creek, Feather Falls, Forbestown, Pentz, and Concow. The latter two are served in cooperation with the Paradise Recreation and Park District.
Folsom Lake State Recreation Area
Folsom Lake State Recreation Area starts in the American River Canyon south of Auburn, CA and East of Rocklin, Roseville and Granite Bay. The north end joins with Auburn Lake SRA (see above). It has been covered by ParkWatchReport since our beginnings and continues from our old ‘.org’ site.
Hidden Falls Regional Park
Hidden Falls is in the rolling foothills west of Auburn, CA. It features many trails and water features. It has been covered by ParkWatchReport since our beginnings and continues from our old ‘.org’ site.
Lake Oroville State Recreation Area
Lake Oroville, near Oroville, California was created in 1967 by building the tallest earth-filled dam in the US. It is fed from the Feather River, and has many inlets and branches to explore.
Millerton Lake State Recreation Area
Millerton Lake SRA was created after the Friant Dam was built across the San Joaquin River. Visit the original Millerton Co. Courthouse, built in 1867.
Olompali State Historic Park
Olompali SHP overlooks the Petaluma River & San Pablo Bay from the slopes of 1,558 foot Mount Burdell. Human settlements date back about 8,000 years.
Orange County, CA
Orange County, in Southern California, includes Chino Hills State Park and numerous other parks and trails.
Mount Tamalpais State Park, CA
The Mount Tamalpais State Park adopted ParkWatchReport Jan 15th, 2016.
This famous park is north of San Francisco in Marin County. With spectacular views of the Pacific Ocean, Marin County, and San Francisco Bay it is part of the amazing California Pacific Coast Highway 1 experience. There are campgrounds, numerous trails, nearby coastal access like Stinson Beach making it a playground for hikers, runners, mountain bikers and equestrians.
San Pasqual Battlefield State Historic Park
San Pasqual Battlefield SHP honors the soldiers who fought in the 1846 Battle of San Pasqual, the bloodiest battle in California during the Mexican-American War.
Town of Plymouth, MA
The Town of Plymouth, MA adopted ParkWatchReport Feb 15th, 2015.
Home of famous “Plymouth Rock”, the Town of Plymouth is full of parks and trails surrounding ponds filled with wildlife, along with it’s well-known oceanfront areas.