National Park Week Celebration

River Park Celebrates National Park Week with Rock Wall & Other Activities!

This Saturday, April 27, River Park invites the community for a National Park Week Celebration! Join us in River Park as we celebrate our National Parks from 12-4pm in the Farmers Market area, near Yoshinos.

There will be a FREE 35-ft. Rock Climbing Wall, an REI Informational Booth, Informational Booths with: Sequoia Parks Conservancy, US Forest Service, High Sierra Volunteer Trail Crew, along with Lauren Wallace with the KSEE24 On the Trail Series…Not to mention a guest appearance by Smokey Bear!

River Park invites families to join us for a fun event, and to learn more about our National Parks!

DATE: April 27, 2019 • 12-4pm

LOCATION: River Park Shopping Center – Event Area near Yoshinos.

Get more information on the River Park website

California, a land of giant trees and big dreams, where orchards abound in the Central Valley nestled at the edge of the great Sierra Nevada mountain range with natural glory beyond imagination. We celebrate the rich history of the region and the giant Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks, National Forests, and Monument as they attract the world. This great land is the home of The Sequoia King. Family owned and independently operated with tourism and news from the Sequoias, celebrating our relationship with care of creation and love for our common man.

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We love adventure and the outdoors. We’re fans of conservation, creation, and nature. Nostalgia and the vintage feel of yesterday are friends, yet we love modern science and education in a family friendly format.

We support the National Park and Forest Service, and every great organization that supports them.

As John Muir said, “I bid you good-bye, thanking the Lord for the hope of seeing you and for his goodness to you in turning your face towards his most holy mansion of the mountains.”

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