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California receives first new State Park after decade long wait



California's newest state park, Dos Rios, set to open on June 12, promises a breathtaking journey back in time to a lush Central Valley. With $40 million invested and spanning 1,600 acres between the Tuolumne and San Joaquin rivers, it's the state's largest floodplain restoration project. Expect scenic views, renewed habitats for endangered species, and a historic milestone as the 281st state park in California. Dive into the details and join the excitement for this long-awaited outdoor oasis.

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Original article from Andrew Chamings




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