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Visitors to Jack London State Historic Park can enter weekly drawing

April 16, 2021

Jack London State Historic Park is holding weekly drawings to award an Annual Pass to a lucky visitor.  Entries are collected on weekends by volunteers stationed in the parking lots. 

The Annual Pass is valued at $49 and provides admission for one vehicle of guests (up to nine people).  The regular admission is $10 per vehicle.  

“Our first winner was a frequent visitor who donated her pass to a neighbor who had just completed chemotherapy,” said Executive Director Matt Leffert. 

The museum of famed author Jack London and wife Charmian located within the “House of Happy Walls” reopened on March 17, 2021 after surviving both the pandemic and the Glass fire within the past year.

Park hours are 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily.  The museum is open 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. and the cottage is open from noon to 4 p.m.  For more information, visit https://jacklondonpark.com.    

Jack London State Historic Park is operated and funded by Jack London Park Partners, the first private organization to be entrusted with management of a state park on behalf of the people of California.  Almost all of funds to keep the park going strong are received from visitors, annual passholders and generous donors.  Learn more about the Park at  https://jacklondonpark.com/ and on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and Pinterest.