California's Golden Parks
A monthly statewide series featuring a visit to a different State Park each month, celebrating the diverse collection of natural beauty, history, and a recreational wonderland unmatched anywhere else in the country.
California's Golden Parks Previous Broadcasts
China Camp (Episode #125)
KQED Life: Tue, May 15, 2012 -- 10:00 AM
Huell visits one of our state's most scenic and important State Parks. China Camp State Park is located right on San Francisco Bay and is the last remaining example of the numerous Chinese fishing villages that once dotted the shoreline. Not only does he walk through the quaint village and learn about its colorful history, but he sails out on the Bay in a recently constructed replica of an early Chinese junk. History is so fragile and this is a fine example of how we are preserving it for further generations.
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