Sunday Walks at Topanga State Park

Join the Topanga Canyon Docents for an interpretive walk in Topanga State Park on Sundays at 10 a.m., January through June.

Visitors meet our docent at the ramada in the Trippet Ranch parking lot in Topanga State Park for the start of the Sunday docent-led walk.  Photo taken by Stephen Winston.

Visitors meet our docent at the ramada in the Trippet Ranch parking lot in Topanga State Park for the start of the Sunday docent-led walk.  Photo taken by Stephen Winston.

Natural and cultural interpretation of the parkland engages park visitors.  Photo taken by Roy Jansen.

Natural and cultural interpretation of the parkland engages park visitors.  Photo taken by Roy Jansen.

Our walks appeal to visitors of all ages.  Photo taken by Roy Jansen.

Our walks appeal to visitors of all ages.  Photo taken by Roy Jansen.

After the walk, be sure to stop by the Visitor Center (open Sundays, 10-3). A Topanga Canyon Docent will be there to show you the historic building which houses a natural history museum. Inside you will find exhibits and information about the history, plants, wildlife and trails in Topanga State Park. Exhibits include Native American artifacts and several taxidermy animals such as a mountain lion, bobcat, deer and red-tailed hawk. Trail maps are also available.

We look forward to seeing you at the park!