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Drove up to Angeles National Park and parked near Grassy Hollow at a lookout called Inspiration Point from whence we hiked further up to play in the snow which had fallen earlier this week.
The park was filling up as we came in midmorning and...More
This is the second of two Nature Centers on the historic Angels Crest Highway that runs from La Canada to Wrightwood. I highly recommend visiting both the Chilao Visitor Center and this one, Grassy Hollow Visitor Center. They have some cool taxidermy and other fun...More
This is a nicely laid out visitors center that families with kids would enjoy. They have several small exhibit areas with very knowledgable Docents & Staff to assist your questions. There are several areas around the center where even younger kids can hike the PC...More
The center was a wonderful collection of history, local information and displays of indigenous animals and floral. Unfortunately it was vandalized recently. We all hope that by this summer it will be up and running again. When it reopens it is a great place for...More
This a great starting point for people coming up to the Wrightwood are and want to learn about the country, forest, vegetation and animal life in the area. The people are very knowledgeable about the surrounding area.This a good starting point for hiking around the...More
We were there on 9/2/17. It was a great place to stop by before we went on our Big Horn Mine hike 2 miles away from the center. Visitor's Center has nice restrooms , a spacious nature museum, and a large parking lot including picnic...More
Drove up to Wrightwood today to cheer on the Amgen Tour of California cyclists and discovered this little gem nearby! A bit rough around the edges, but well worth a stop. Plenty of parking on the day we visited, many picnic spots, and real restrooms...More
The visitor center is only open weekends and has some nice exhibits. Come during the week and use their parking lot for hiking. Directly across from the driveway to the parking lot you will see the Pacific Crest Trail.
It's just past the picnic area....More
Run almost exclusively by volunteers, they sponsor a number of wonderful hikes and if there were ever snow they have snow shoeing! We can hope. The displays are helpful key to the local geology and natural history.
Love this place! Adjacent to the Pacific Crest Trail, knowledgable volunteers to host and share history, knowledge of wildlife, flora and fauna. A fun way to sneak in some education on your kids and a uplifting communion with nature. It's free, but please donate anything...More