CALIFORNIA: (VVNG.com)- Are you looking for an alternative to avoid the Black Friday madness? Well, then you’re in luck!
Save the Redwoods League, California State Parks Foundation, and California State Parks are offering a limited amount of free passes to use at California state parks on Friday, Nov. 25.
#GreenFriday is a new Thanksgiving tradition that promotes the enjoyment and appreciation of California’s magnificent state parks.
“On a weekend when thanks and the warmth of family and friends is on everyone’s mind, here is a wonderful way to try a new adventure together,” said California State Parks Foundation President Elizabeth Goldstein. “Whether you are revisiting a favorite park or exploring a new one for the first time, we welcome you and hope you enjoy the diversity and wonder of your state parks!”
There are 116 beautiful participating California state parks that you along with your friends and family can explore on this “Green Friday”.
Don’t sit around and wait too long the passes are being offered on a first come, first-serve basis. The passes will cover day-use admission and parking fees.
For your free pass and a complete list of beautiful parks to visit follow the link: http://www.greenfriday.org/