(Toggle Search Options)

Select criteria for a search.
In each box, select from list or type.
Fields can be left blank!
After selecting, click on Search

Displaying 16516-16530 of 16560 results

CCC Camps – Humboldt Redwoods State Park CA

Date added: February 24, 2008

Humboldt Redwoods State Park was established in 19xx out of several groves of giant redwoods, the tallest trees in the world, that had been purchased in the 1920s by the Save the Redwoods League in a campaign to save some… read more

Van Damme State Park Improvements – Little River CA

Date added: February 24, 2008

Van Damme State Park in Mendocino County CA was purchased by the state of California for its newly-established state park system in 1934, after the death of the landowner, Charles Van Damme. As with so many of the original California… read more

Sonoma Coast State Beach – Jenner CA

Date added: February 24, 2008

CCC Company 572 built a parking lot above the beach, put in an service road and a hiking trail down to the beach. The WPA constructed pit latrines at Salmon Creek, Portuguese and Schoolhouse Beaches. They cut trails at those… read more

Jedediah Smith Redwoods State Park – Crescent City CA

Date added: February 23, 2008

CCC Company 1903, of Camp Prairie Creek, built a new entrance road and a park custodian’s residence. They built a campground near the Smith River with a footbridge over the river, connecting the campground with the ancient redwoods of the… read more

Little River State Beach Development – McKinleyville CA

Date added: February 23, 2008

The Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC) first developed Little River State Beach in the early 1930s.  CCC enrollees built a park boundary fence, an entrance gate, a parking area, and a day-use picnic facility with tables, benches, stoves, cupboards, and restrooms…. read more

Live Oak Park Improvements – Berkeley CA

Date added: February 15, 2008

The WPA repaired the walks with gravel and oil, improved the sprinkling system, and re-landscaped as part of the WPA parks project in Berkeley.