Support the Castro Adobe

Friends has led a multi-year effort with State Parks to restore the Castro Adobe that was completed in fall 2022. Preserving and interpreting for the public the only remaining building of the Rancho era in the Pajaro Valley has been a community labor of love. Today the Castro Adobe symbolizes the deep roots of Mexican culture in the Pajaro Valley, as well as California.

But the work is not done! Now that the Adobe is restored, we’re launching the next phase of work:

  • install interpretive exhibits in the adobe
  • establish the Visitor Center & Edna Kimbro Archives
  • create an accessible interpretive path to the adobe
  • restore the habitat lands leading to the nearby stream
  • install parking and restrooms
  • make the park a leader in sustainability


We can’t wait to get started and we welcome your support as we realize the dream of creating the first state historic park in the Pajaro Valley.

All donations to the Castro Adobe will be matched by the James & Carol Toney Fund up to $60,000. Gifts are tax-deductible to the extent allowed by law.

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