Why We're Here
The independent nonprofit California Roundtable on Recreation, Parks and Tourism fosters public and private efforts to provide quality, sustainable outdoor recreation in California. The diverse membership includes representatives from the outdoor recreation industries, user groups, environmental organizations, academia, and recreation providers united to improve marketing and communication and increase funding and public support.
Who We Are
The California Roundtable on Recreation, Parks and Tourism was founded in 1998 to encourage cooperation between public and private entities involved and interested in outdoor recreation, public lands and tourism in California.
The Roundtable's membership includes recreation, parks and tourism leaders from local, state and federal governmental organizations, private enterprises, user groups, environmental groups, educational institutions and the public.
The Roundtable meets 3 to 4 times a year at various locations. Learn more
Recent Roundtable Accomplishments
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Steve Musillami, Co-Chair
California Roundtable on Recreation, Parks & Tourism
P.O. Box 942896
Sacramento, CA 94296
Jim Hasenauer, Ph.D., Co-Chair
4359 Pampas Road
Woodland Hills, CA 91364
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California Children's Outdoor Bill of Rights
With recent concerns about youth detachment from outdoor activities, lack of physical exercise and increased health risks, the California Roundtable on Recreation, Parks and Tourism created the California Children’s Outdoor Bill of Rights for the purpose of recommending a fundamental list of experiences that every child in California would benefit from experiencing, before entering high school.
Numerous studies document that children who do these things are healthier, do better in school, have better social skills and self-image, and lead more fulfilled lives.
Every child should have the opportunity to:
- Play in a safe place
- Explore nature
- Learn to swim
- Go fishing
- Follow a trail
- Camp under the stars
- Ride a bike
- Go boating
- Connect with the past
- Plant a seed