Members Park Free at Jack London, Sugarloaf Parks in June
May 26, 2016
Sonoma County’s biggest and most beautiful parks are
making it easier to visit this summer through a program allowing pass holders
for one park to use that pass at any of the other parks during the month of
the program, which begins June 1, Sugarloaf Ridge State
Jack London State Historic Park, and the entire Sonoma County Regional Parks system are sharing
their parking passes to allow more people to easily access and experience
Sonoma County’s great outdoors.
parks include two state-owned favorites in Sonoma Valley – with Sugarloaf
offering many spectacular views, and Jack London showcasing the history and
beauty of the famous writer’s home to thousands of visitors each year – along
with more than 50 in the county
Regional Parks system, spanning from coast to mountains and from river to bay. A parking pass to any one of these parks,
offers easy and free access to all of them.
unique collaboration is designed to make it easier for locals and tourists to
visit all of the amazing parks in our region, and hopefully discover new trails
and vistas, and make new friends in the process,” said Tjiska Van Wyk,
Executive Director for Jack London State Historic Park.
is a great opportunity for our parks members to enjoy these beautiful state
parks, and for pass holders at Jack London and Sugarloaf Ridge to visit our
incredible county parks system,” said Regional Parks Director Caryl Hart.
to the spirit of interconnection, Sugarloaf Ridge State Park will be offering a
shuttle service between it and a neighboring park, Hood Mountain Regional
Park & Open Space Preserve, on Saturday, June 11. Under that one-day
program, the “Sugar Shuttle” will depart from the Sugarloaf Ridge visitors
center at the top of every hour and from Hood Mountain’s Pythian Road lot at
the bottom of every hour, shuttling park-goers back and forth. Sugarloaf Ridge park
manager John Roney described the shuttle program as a perfect compliment to
June’s shared-parking program.
to Sugarloaf, park your car, ride the shuttle over to Hood, and then hike back
to your car – or vice versa,” Roney said. “Either way, visitors will see the
many beautiful things both parks have to offer.”
for the shuttle are $5 per person per ride. For more details or to buy tickets
in advance, click here.
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