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  • Olompali Historic State Park

    Nestled on the east-facing slopes of Mount Burdell, this 700-acre park features 19th century ranch buildings as well as the Camillo Ynitia Adobe Ruins, and a recreated Coast Miwok village along with an ethno-botanical garden. Visitors enjoy learning about Olompali's rich 8,000 year multi-cutlural history while exploring the historic grounds, picnicking, hiking on trails and horseback riding.

    Olompali State Historic Park is located just north of Downtown Novato on the Redwood Boulevard frontage road alongside Highway 101. Its trails include a shady 2.5 mile loop that offers stunning views of San Pablo Bay, the Petaluma River and the entire North Bay region. Olompali State Historic Park is also easily accessed by bicycle. 

    HOURS Olompali Historic State Park
    Wednesday-Sunday Take Redwood Blvd North Past Atherton
    9:00am - 9:00pm Novato, CA 94947
    $8 Parking Fee 415-892-4362|  Website


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