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Some State Parks offer interpretive programs and/or groups of exhibits to enhance visitors' experience of a park. Such programs often include guided or self-guided tours or hikes to or through historic sites or natural features. They may also include formal educational exhibits and activities in visitor centers or museums. These programs and facilities may be very diverse. The parks that follow offer interpretive exhibits or programs that are accessible to the degrees described. Routes of travel to and through the site or facility, as well as accessible parking and restrooms, if parking and restrooms are provided, are accessible as described. Access to outdoor programs or remote facilities may be affected by rain, winds or other weather conditions. Click on the underlined links for details, and call the parks for the most current information.

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Central Coast
  • Andrew Molera
  • Carpinteria
  • El Capitan
  • Hearst San Simeon
  • Hearst San Simeon
  • La Purisima Mission
  • Monterey
  • Morro Bay
  • Pfeiffer Big Sur
  • Pismo
  • Point Sur
  • Refugio
  • San Juan Bautista

    Central Valley
  • Brannan Island
  • California Mining\Mineral Museum
  • Colonel Allensworth
  • Fort Tejon
  • Indian Grinding Rock
  • Millerton Lake
  • San Luis Reservoir
  • Tule Elk
  • Woodland Opera House

  • Anza-Borrego Desert
  • Ocotillo Wells
  • Providence Mountains
  • Red Rock Canyon

    Gold Country
  • California State Capitol Museum
  • Columbia
  • Empire Mine
  • Folsom Lake
  • Folsom Powerhouse
  • Governor's Mansion
  • Leland Stanford Mansion
  • Marshall Gold Discovery
  • Old Sacramento
  • Railtown 1897
  • South Yuba River
  • State Indian Museum
  • Sutter's Fort

    High Sierra
  • Bodie
  • Calaveras Big Trees
  • Donner Memorial
  • Ed Z'berg Sugar Pine Point
  • Emerald Bay

    Inland Empire
  • California Citrus
  • Chino Hills
  • Lake Perris
  • Silverwood Lake

    Los Angeles County
  • Antelope Valley California Poppy
  • Antelope Valley Indian Museum
  • Hungry Valley
  • Los Angeles
  • Los Encinos
  • Malibu Lagoon
  • Pio Pico
  • Saddleback Butte
  • Topanga
  • Will Rogers

    North Coast
  • Anderson Marsh
  • Armstrong Redwoods
  • Bale Grist Mill
  • Benbow
  • Bothe-Napa Valley
  • Clear Lake
  • Fort Humboldt
  • Fort Ross
  • Humboldt Redwoods
  • Jack London
  • MacKerricher
  • Montgomery Woods
  • Petaluma Adobe
  • Richardson Grove
  • Sonoma
  • Sonoma Coast
  • Sue-meg
  • Sugarloaf Ridge
  • Van Damme

    Orange County
  • Crystal Cove
  • Doheny
  • San Clemente

    San Diego County
  • Border Field
  • Cuyamaca Rancho
  • Old Town San Diego
  • San Pasqual Battlefield
  • South Carlsbad
  • Torrey Pines

    San Francisco Bay Area
  • Angel Island
  • Año Nuevo
  • Big Basin Redwoods
  • Butano
  • Henry Cowell Redwoods
  • Mount Diablo
  • Mount Tamalpais
  • Natural Bridges
  • Olompali
  • Pigeon Point Light Station
  • Santa Cruz Mission
  • Seacliff
  • Wilder Ranch

    Shasta Cascade
  • Bidwell Mansion
  • Lake Oroville
  • McArthur-Burney Falls Memorial
  • Plumas-Eureka
  • Shasta
  • William B. Ide Adobe
  • For more information: access@parks.ca.gov | Phone: (916) 445-8949 | Fax: (916) 449-8966
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