Pass holders get bonus entry at Jack London, Sugarloaf, Regional Parks
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 June. Through the program, which begins June 1, Sugarloaf Ridge State Park, 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.
Those 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.
To buy Regional Park passes, parks.sonomacounty.ca.gov and click “Support Parks.” To buy a Jack London or Sugarloaf state park pass, visit the entry kiosk at either park.