The Marin State Parks Association, a registered 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, supports four state parks in Marin County, California: China Camp, Olompali State Historic Park, Samuel P. Taylor and Tomales Bay. These parks offer myriad opportunities for recreation and relaxation. From hiking and biking to camping and picnicking, there's something for everyone. Click the buttons above for information about each park, then come out and visit.
Friends of China Camp
Operating Three Parks
Friends of China Camp (FOCC) is now the official operator of China Camp State Park, Olompali State Historic Park and Tomales Bay State Park.
FOCC---a committee of the Marin State Parks Association---signed an AB 42 agreement with California State Parks (CSP) in the summer of 2012 to operate China Camp. Last February, CSP and FOCC amended that agreement to include Olompali and Tomales Bay. As part of the deal, CSP agreed to contribute over $1 million in matching funds for the operation of the three parks through June 2015
The Marin State Parks Association applauds FOCC for its efforts, and for its commitment to our parks. Thanks, guys.