PRESS BLOG

October 17, 2018

CASTLE ROCK STATE PARK DEBUTS NEW ENTRANCE

Offering breathtaking views of the Santa Cruz Mountains, Castle Rock State Park is home to over 5,200 acres of redwood forest, a 75-foot waterfall, miles of hiking along open ridges and through shady forests, and a playground of sandstone rock formations attracting both world-class and beginning rock climbers. The new Robert C. Kirkwood entrance, located a quarter mile north on Skyline Boulevard, includes a 90-car parking lot with permeable paving, six restrooms with flush toilets, a drinking water station, cell service, and WiFi. It also features a 60-seat amphitheater, interpretive exhibits, and shaded picnic areas. Castle Rock turned 50 in 2018 but the celebration will continue with a special event in spring 2019.

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