Supporting 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 email@example.com for more information.
Help Bring History to Life
Interested in helping maintain the recreated Coast Miwok Village at Olompali? How about putting your gardening skills to work in the Native Plant Garden? Come on out the second Sunday of each month 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. to participate. Gardening Tools and Refreshments provided, along with lots of self satisfaction.
Olompali is now open Wednesdays through Sundays from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
However, with the State of California unable to fully fund its parks, we need your help. Donations from individual and corporate supporters augment the state's efforts and help make needed capital improvements. To make a tax-deductible donation, click the button below.
We're always seeking volunteers, for everything from staffing our Visitors Center to patrolling trails. Click here to learn about all the opportunities--and how you can join our volunteer team.
Membership donations of any amount are welcome.
Student/Senior -- $25.
Family membership -- $50.
Sponsorship --$100 or more.
The Olompali People and California State Parks will team up again this year to host the 29th annual Olompali State Historic Park Heritage Day at the park on Sunday, May 18.
The event will be from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Admission is free, parking is $8.
Heritage Day features activities tied to the park's unique cultural history and idyllic location on the flanks of Mount Burdell. Inhabited continuously for 8,000 years, Olompali has been a Coast Miwok Indian village, a Victorian estate and a hippie commune.
Heritage Day visitors can take guided walks to lean about Olompali’s birds, plants, and archaeology. They also can hear experts discuss the park's historic structures, including the Camilo Ynitia Adobe, the Burdell Mansion and the Burdell Victorian Garden.
Returning this year will be Senior State Parks Archaeologist Breck Parkman, who will discuss the Olompali's rich archaeological history. Children of all ages can learn about local wildlife from WildCare, and members of the Chosen Family will take visitors down memory lane to the 1960s, when Olompali served as a commune frequented by celebrities including the Grateful Dead.
Throughout the day there will be family-oriented interactive demonstrations of basketry, flint-knapping, adobe brick making, and blacksmithing.
Tacos, burritos and other tasty Mexican food will be available for purchase.
29th Annual Heritage Day at Olompali Sunday, May 18