The      lompali People
Nonprofit support for Olompali State Historic Park since 1982
Bring Your Class or Group for a Tour 

Olompali volunteer docent led tours are available to school and tour groups on Fridays by reservation. Please contact Diane Einstein at 707-762-9715 or e-mail einersgal@ymail.com for more information. 


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Follow Olompali's evolution from Coast Miwok village to hippie commune to state historic park. 
The park's archaeological treasure trove chronicles 8,000 years of human history and four cultures.
How a small nonprofit helped open Olompali to the public--and today enhances visitor experiences. 
From deer to bobcats and from owls to eagles, Olompali is home to animals of all kinds.
The park's rich landscape features many plants that for centuries were used by native Americans.
Begun in 1866, Mary Burdell's Victorian 
Garden was one of the finest in the West.
Whether you're into birding or bats, there's something for you at Olompali.
Open Wednesday Through Sunday from 9 to 5
Explore Olompali Online 
With Our Virtual Tour
A new online site, Historic Olompali, allows you to tour the park's historic Camilo Ynitia Adobe and surrounding grounds from your computer or mobile device. Interact with twenty four 360-degree panoramic views of the park and walk through the grounds and historic buildings. Rich imagery and descriptive information will inspire you to learn about Olompali as you explore the site.

Can’t make it to the park today? A virtual visit might be the next best thing. Click here or on the photo above to visit Historic Olompali -- or go to www.westhill.com/olompali
The Native Plants of Olompali