Great news for campers this holiday!
This year, Save the Redwoods League, A San Francisco Non-Profit, and California State Parks want to make your Holiday Season a little bit better.
This is something Save the Redwoods League has been wanting to do but never had the funds. This year they received an anonymous donation to cover some of the $50,000 that it will take to make it happen. This year they hope to start a new tradition of free camping on Black Friday!
We are starting a new tradition for Black Friday. Take a walk in the redwoods; it’s on us.- Sam Hodder / Save the Redwoods League
Black Friday usually means a parking lot jammed with cars and stores jammed with strangers pushing and shoving each other over a half a dozen large screen TV’s! This year you can get the greatest black Friday deal ever…free camping! And…if your camping location has WI-FI you can still do your shopping online.
So leave the leftovers in the fridge, or better yet, make a bunch sandwiches with that left over turkey and ham and spend Black Friday with your family doing something you’ll all enjoy.
There are a total of 49 parks you can visit for free, but there’s one catch…you’ll need to head over to the Save the Redwoods site and print out a free parks day pass. So what are you waiting for? Get yours before the Holiday rush.
Bothe-Napa Valley State Park
Jack London State Historic Park
Mount Tamalpais State Park
Samuel P. Taylor State Park
Big Basin Redwoods State Park
Butano State Park
Castle Rock State Park
Henry Cowell Redwoods State Park
Portola Redwoods State Park
Forest of Nisene Marks State Park
Wilder Ranch State Park
Fine Print: One pass per email address; voucher is good for one pass per vehicle for participating California State Parks on November 27, 2015. You must print your pass and present it to state parks staff at the entry gate. If no state parks employee is on duty, the pass must be displayed on your vehicle’s dashboard