Mt. Tamalpais State Park
Several trails had experienced serious damage from past storms, however most repairs have been completed and for Summer 2015 all trails on Mt. Tam State Park are open at this time. Daily hours of operation are from 7:00am – sunset, year-round.
Olompali State Historic Park
Note Limited Opening Days/Times
Now you can enjoy your favorite State Historic Park five days a week, Wednesdays – Sundays, from 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM – thanks to generous support from Marin State Parks Association, Friends of China Camp, and The Olompali People.
Olompali also was one of 70 parks that was originally scheduled to close due to budget cutbacks. Partially through the efforts of the Marin State Parks Association and the Olompali People, Olompali, remains open for all to enjoy and learn from.
China Camp State Park
Friends of China Camp is now the operator of China Camp State Park, in partnership with California State Parks. Our aim is to not only operate the park, but to expand and improve the services and programs for visitors.
The Back Ranch Meadows Campground is now back on the ReserveAmerica reservation system and is open seven days a week. The picnic sites at Buckeye and Weber Points have been reopened and are available for reservations for special events.
Tomales Bay State Park
Come join our Kidz Kite Konstruction Klinic and Flying Festival at Marvelous Millerton Point. Suitable for kids aged 3 and up. Details coming up soon!
For more information please call (707) 769-5665 x227 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
Angel Island State Park
As of September 2012, a comprehensive Interpretation Master Plan has been completed for Angel Island State Park and is the culmination of a two-year joint effort by California State Parks and Angel Island Conservancy. The final product is a long-range plan that provides a roadmap for new and improved interpretive facilities, educational programs and recreational opportunities on Angel Island, the largest island in San Francisco Bay. The plan can be viewed at this link.