"OLOMPALI STATE PARK" Novato by JeanCooke

Novato Travel Guide: 33 reviews and 85 photos

Home of the Miwok Indians for 6,000 years. Volunteers, including descendants of Miwok's, helped recreate part of a Miwok Village. Just .4 mile from Ranger quarters.

Seven hundred acres and eight thousand years of history, Olompali State Park is a treasure to history buffs, hikers and horse riders. The park overlooks the Petaluma River and San Pablo Bay from the east-facing slopes of 1,558 foot Mount Burdell.

Please visit my TRAVALOGUE for another part of history.

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