Resources for TEACHERS
California State Parks
From day trips to environmental living overnights to in-school programs, California's state parks offer opportunities for students to learn about our natural and cultural history through hands-on experiences and interaction with trained staff and volunteers.
Explore the museum with your school or youth group with 3 different field trip program options.
Eel River Estuary
Bring your K-12 classes to the Eel River Estuary Preserve for a day of unforgettable outdoor education on this 1,200 acre nature preserve located along the Pacific Ocean.
Friends of the Dunes
Friends of the Dunes offers fall and spring field trip programs designed for 3rd-6th grades.
Redwood National Park
Learn about different field trip options for your students and what you need to know before you go.
Save the Redwoods League
Check out places in partnership with Save the Redwoods League that have field trip programs available for teachers and their students.
Sequoia Park Zoo
Bring your class to the Zoo for an unforgettable day of experiential education.
US Fish and Wildlife Service Lets Go Outside
This site provides invaluable tips that may serve as a reminder or be helpful to those who are newer to field trip planning and preparation to ensure your outdoor experiences are successful for all.