The California Department of Parks and Recreation (State Parks) is engaging stakeholders and the public in an effort to reimagine the future of Big Basin Redwoods State Park (Big Basin) following the CZU Lightning Complex Fire that started on August 16, 2020.
The process for reestablishing the park includes immediate recovery efforts, planning processes to renew the vision for the park’s future, and long-term planning and implementation projects. The Reimagining Big Basin project will provide updates on these efforts and engage stakeholders and the community in initial conversations regarding the vision and goals for reestablishment of Big Basin.
Be a part of the Reimagining Big Basin process! By participating in events, webinars, and surveys, you will help ensure that Big Basin becomes an inspiring model for 21st century parks.
Big Basin was dramatically changed by the CZU Lightning Complex Fire in 2020. While it is not yet possible to witness these changes in person, you can learn more about the park’s current conditions and ongoing recovery efforts through State Parks’ updates, recent videos, photographs, and news articles.