L.A.'s State Parks & Beaches Admissions Climb
Starting Monday, August 17, entry fees to California's state parks and beaches will rise. The State Parks' Web site has a page showing the new admissions, as well as the old ones that were last posted April 1. Below is a sampling of Los Angeles County parks and beaches operated by the state, showing the entry cost per car, with the old admission in parentheses.
Antelope Valley Poppy Reserve $8 ($5)
Leo Carrillo State Beach $12 ($10)
Los Encinos State Historical Park $8 ($2)
Malibu Creek State Park $12 ($10)
Pio Pico State Historical Park $3 ($2) for personal entry, not parking.
Topanga Canyon $10 ($8)
Will Rogers State Historial Park $12 ($8)
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