Tan Oak Park

operated by

Families and Friends United by AIDS




Established in 1989 to provide support services to persons impacted by AIDS. We are a completely volunteer, non-profit organization



We are now proud to announce the opening of our park to your nonprofit group or organization for fundraising events





A beautiful amphitheater with a fire circle and a covered redwood stage. Nestled in a mountain forest opening





Overnight accommodations offering log cabins and campsites with redwood tent decks in a modern campground in an enchanted wooded park


More on accommodations


Historic Tan Oak Park


1928 postcard image of tan oak park




Tan Oak Park is now under Evacuation Warning (downgraded from an Evacuation Order) due to a serious wildfire, called The Lodge Lightning Complex fire.


For current updates check out these links:


Cal Fire




Lost Coast Outpost



An evacuation shelter has been set up by the American Red Cross at the Leggett School, 1 School Way.








Mt. Folk Festival


Saturday, August 23, 2014



Leggett Volunteer Fire Department


Annual Fundraiser


The annual Mountain Folk Festival hosted at Tan Oak Park was cancelled. (Though plans may be revived once the Lodge Fire is under control.)

Those wishing to help the Leggett firefighters can drop off monetary donations at Redwood Mercantile. “We have a jug there,” explained Melissa Rosenthal. Or a check can be sent to The Leggett Valley Fire Protection District, P.O. Box 190, Leggett, CA 95585.








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Located in Mendocino county
200 miles north of San Francisco
58974 North Highway 101
Leggett, California 95585






Tan Oak Auto Park was established in 1928 to provide services to travelers on the newly constructed Hwy 101