Colonel Allensworth State Historic Park In-Person Field Trip!

Explore Colonel Allensworth State Historic Park!

Bring your students to Allensworth, a town founded, financed and governed by African-Americans. Guided and self-guided options are available at this park.

In 1908, Colonel Allen Allensworth and four other settlers established a town in California’s Central Valley. Their dream of developing an abundant and thriving community stemmed directly from a strong belief in programs that allowed Black people to create a self-sustaining community. Colonel Allen Allensworth and the community of Allensworth represent a significant chapter in the history of African Americans in California and the United States.

Apply for a FREE blended field trip to Colonel Allensworth Stat Historic Park!

Colonel Allensworth SHP is excited to offer blended-access programs through PassPORTS, which offers Title I public schools with a field trip reimbursement grant to experience the park both virtually and in-person!

Fill out the PassPORTS 23-24 interest form to find out if you qualify to receive up to $1000 in reimbursements for your field trip costs! If approved, the K-12 Access Coordinator will reach out to schedule your virtual and in-person programs.

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