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Bellflower Resident Chosen as Ms. California Tourism – Cerritos Community News



SANDRA ESPINOZA PERRY of Bellflower has been chosen as Ms. Classic California Tourism 2021, which will allow her to compete at the national pageant finals July 2021. From now until next summer, Espinoza will be partnering with local tourist attractions and museums to further represent California.

BY TAMMYE MCDUFF • September 19, 2020

There is no other pageant like the Worlds Miss Tourism Pageant. Girls from ages four to 100, married or single, over 50 and plus size can enter. Everyone fits in at Tourism and Sandra Espinoza Perry, of Bellflower has been chosen as Ms. Classic California Tourism 2021,

Campgrounds to reopen at 28 California state parks

Nearly three months after California closed campgrounds at all of its state parks due to the coronavirus, campsites at 28 state parks are scheduled to reopen Friday and have begun taking reservations.

Most are in Southern California, along beaches from Santa Barbara to San Diego County, although several are around the Lake Tahoe Area and two are in the Greater Bay Area — Little Basin, a former Hewlett-Packard retreat center near Big Basin Redwoods State Park in Santa Cruz County, and Half Moon Bay State Beach on the San Mateo County Coast.

“We’re pleased that state parks will begin to

Which California Campgrounds Are Open This Summer?: LAist

Marta Jerebets, left, and Arthur Pettit pitch their tent on a campground at Joshua Tree National Park in California, Tuesday, May 19, 2020. (Jae C. Hong/AP)

Let’s be real. Summer 2020 doesn’t exactly set the stage for the vacation of your dreams…

But we’re lucky. California has some of the best campgrounds in the country, with pretty much every variety of terrain you can think of, from redwood forests to desert lakes.

If you’re looking for a mental health break or some (more) alone time in a place other than your own home, camping might be one of the safest