Protect Natural Lands Today for a Sustainable Tomorrow
California is the most visited state in the entire United States, no doubt due to some of the most incredible and beautiful ecosystems in the world calling the Golden State home. California is home to three hundred state parks, nine national parks, and countless acres of BLM lands (Bureau of Land Management.) While these natural wonders are available for all visitors to enjoy, it is also important to protect and preserve these lands so they can continue contributing to the ecosystem’s natural balance and be enjoyed by many generations to come.
Statistcs provided by Leave No Trace state that 9 out of 10 people in the outdoors are uninformed about their impact on the land. Camp-California has partnered with the outdoor industry’s top like-minded organizations to educate consumers on outdoor ethics and principles to become better stewards of the land.
We ask for your help to protect our public spaces and make them available for all.