Experience state parks year round.
The State Capitol serves both as the state’s working seat of government and as a living museum. It's the site of CSPF’s Annual Park Advocacy Day, when advocates go to the state Capitol to lobby to protect our state parks.
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The park is located downtown Sacramento at 10th and L Streets. The ADA accessible entrance is on 11th and L Streets.
March is a great time of year in Sacramento—after the chilly winter tule fog and before the heat starts rising—to simply put on a nice pair of walking shoes and explore! Sutter’s Fort State Historic Park is about 15 blocks away from the Capitol.
You help can protect state parks for future generations, and reap tax benefits by participating in Planned Giving or by making a legacy gift. Get started at calparks.org/plannedgiving.
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The grounds of Capitol Park, taking in some 40 acres over 12 city blocksm, are home to many fascinating memorials. Take a stroll and seek them out:
Inside the Capitol, you have to visit the California State Capitol Museum. It has fantastic displays, and it hosts many events and traveling exhibits.