All but five of the 70 state parks that were listed for closure will remain open either due to arrangements with private donors or money included in the state budget, the parks agency said today. Gov. Brown vetoed some of the money for state parks, but the closure list has been whittled way down. Two of the five marked for closure are beaches that will remain accessible to the public but won't have any services such as trash clean-up.
File photo of Los Encinos State Historic Park: John Rabe