Connect with your children and family to California State Parks
Re-Imagining the School Field Trip!
California is home to some of the country’s most unique and precious cultural, natural, and historic resources, and a new PassPORTS online adventure will help make it possible for students from across the state to experience them.
We are excited embark on this adventure to provide deep and meaningful digital learning experiences for K12 students and invite them for an in-person class visit to our parks, recreation areas, natural reserves and culturally important places when the time is right for schools
Connecting with California State Parks has never been easier!
California State Parks PORTS Programs offers a variety of ways to connect K-12 Teachers and students to our parks.
Be sure to explore our Home Learning Programs, On-Demand offerings, Digital Content Library, and Previous Broadcasts!
Thanks to our new collaboration with CUE we're providing K-12 Teachers with low-prep, customization, and ready to use resources for digital and in-person connections to California State Parks. Did we mention these resources will be completely free?!
Keep reading to discover existing resources and visit cue.org/craft to learn more!
What will you learn with California State Parks?
We surveyed over 10,000 Home Learning Program Participants and this is what they shared they discovered from an experience with California State Parks PORTS Programs. See what your students can discover with California State Parks in our digital content library or keep reading to discover K-12 Teacher resources.
All Grade Levels
How much do these programs cost?
California State Parks PORTS Programs are a free resource to the public!
What subjects do you cover?
Our programs touch on a variety of topics ranging from environmental science and conservation to cultural and regional history.
This is great? How can I share this?
You can help us provide access to more K-12 students around the globe by sharing our website on social media with the #PORTSfan. You can also follow us on social media @PORTSprogram with Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook.
State Parks is monitoring the COVID-19 situation carefully and is committed to following the state’s updated policy on social gatherings to help slow the spread of COVID-19. For the most up-to-date information on how State Parks is supporting the state’s COVID-19 efforts, please follow State Parks on its social media platforms: Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.