California State Historic Park

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The State of California operates and maintains about fifty California State Historic Parks, ranging from Shasta State Historic Park, a California Gold Rush-era ghost town in the northern part of the state, to Old Town San Diego State Historic Park in downtown San Diego in the southern part of the state.

Other notable State Historic Parks include Jack London State Historic Park, Marshall Gold Discovery State Historic Park, Monterey State Historic Park, Sutter's Fort State Historic Park, Watts Towers of Simon Rodia State Historic Park, and Will Rogers State Historic Park.

See List of California State Historic Parks.


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