Koreshan State Park Celebrates Women’s History Month and the Women’s Right to Vote Centennial

In 1894, something extraordinary was happening along the banks of Mosquito Creek in what is now known as Koreshan State Park. Dr. Cyrus Teed had sent down the first group of his followers from Chicago to clear land and begin building what would be the foundations of his vision of a religious-utopian community called the Koreshan Unity Settlement.

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Ghost Walk Volunteers Needed!

Hello Everyone!

My name is Shawn Woodsmith.  I am the coordinator for the Koreshan Ghost Walk.

It is that time of year again where I need to start working on Ghost Walk.  Ghost Walk is the play we put on at Koreshan State Park, the last weekend in January and first weekend in February.  It is a great fundraiser for the park!  The best part is all the funds raised stay here in our park. Continue reading “Ghost Walk Volunteers Needed!”