showcases the park's pioneer heritage...
Job opening for Park Aide at Palomar Mountain State
California State Parks turns 150 years
California State Parks commemorates the 1864 establishment of the
first state park in the world. On June 30, 1864, President Abraham Lincoln
signed a bill granting 39,000 acres of Yosemite Valley and the Mariposa Big Tree
Grove to the State of California. Never before had land been set aside to
protect its natural state for the public to enjoy. This historic legislation was
the beginning of not only the California State Park System, but the national
park idea we know today.
Our mission is to provide financial
support for the operation and maintenance of Palomar Mountain State Park so that
Remain open at a full
level of operation for the benefit and enjoyment of the public (open 365 days
per year with campgrounds, trails, facilities and public access areas fully
Preserve its unique
biological, geological, archaeological, recreational and scenic resources, and
Offer educational and
interpretive materials, activities and programs in order to enhance the public's
experience with the park.
Our work is achieved primarily
through fundraising and donations from a broad base of
individual and corporate donors. Won't you join our list of supporters by
making a contribution today?
time is the right time to support Palomar Mountain State Park.
Make a donation today. For yourself... as a gift... or in loving memory of someone
important to you.