‘A walk back in time’: Where two rivers join, California will get a new state park

Los Angeles Times

The Los Angeles Times announced that our Dos Rios Ranch Preserve, where the Touloume and San Joaquin rivers meet near Modest0, may become California’s newest state park.

“We are really excited to be evaluating this preserve as the next state park,” State Parks Director Armando Quintero said. “We strongly believe that everyone deserves to have close-to-home access to vibrant parks.”

“There is access to both rivers so you can fish, as well as get in the water,” he said. “In a way, it is a walk back in time to a gentle valley. It is one of those places where people will visit and say, ‘Oh, my goodness, this is where I live.’ That’s my hope.”

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