Outdoor lovers looking for a way to visit California state parks for free are in luck.
California State Parks issued a reminder Tuesday about three fee-free ways to explore more than 200 state parks, including some in Sonoma County.
The California State Parks Library Pass, available to all state residents, allows Californians to use their library cards to gain free vehicle day-use at state parks. Library patrons are able to check out the pass for the allotted number of days allowed by their local library. A special card is not needed.
Californians receiving California Work Opportunity and Responsibility for Kids, Supplemental Security Income, and income-eligible individuals 62 and over can apply online for the Golden Bear Pass to get free entry to state parks.
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