State & Federal Parks

 

 

 

 

PASS PROGRAM PARTICIPANTS

 

Here you can obtain information on the National Parks and Federal Recreation Lands Program for passes. For visitors who want to enjoy, explore and support America's spectacular natural treasures, thes's not better vlaue than America the Beautiful.  Check it out:

 

National Park Service - www.nps.gov

 

 

US Forest Service - www.fs.fed.us

 

Fish and Wildlife  Service - www.fws.gov

 

Bureaus of Land Management - www.blm.gov

 

Bureau of Reclamation - www.usbr.gov

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TRAVEL NEVADA for scenic byways

NEVADA STATE PARKS

Red color in Southern NV
Black color in Northern NV

Beaver Dam
Belmont Courthouse

Belin-Ichthysaur
Big Bend
Cathedral Gorge

Cave lake
Dangberg Home Ranch
Dayton
Echo Canyon
Elgin Schoolhouse

Fort Churchill
Kershaw-Ryan
Lahontan
Lake Tahoe
Mormon Station
Old Las Vegas Mormon Fort
Rye Patch
South Fork
Spring Mountain
Spring Valley
Valley of Fire

Walker Lake
Ward Charcoal Ovens
Washoe Lake
Wild Horse

Recreation & Parks

34 Fairground Rd.'

Quincy, CA 95971

530-283-3278

 

 

 

Plumas Eureka State Park

310 Johnsville Rd.

Blairsden-Graeagle, CA 96103

530-836-2380

800-777-0001 Sacramento

 

This unique park, located just 3 miles west of Graeagle, CA via Old Graeagle-Johnsville Road, A-14,  offers a look at the ecological wonders of the high Sierra and a glimpse of the cultural history of the California Gold Rush.

The rugged park sits at the foot of the granite formation once called "Gold Mountain" by the early gold miners and  pioneers.  The mountain was renamed in 1960s to Eureka Peak for the gold found there.

 

California State Park Link