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We took my 90-year old mom here for an easy outdoors experience and it was perfect. We did not do any of the trails because she uses a walker and is recovering from hip surgery, but she enjoyed the visitor’s center very much (nice short...More
Good destination for kids who like the outdoors. Welcome center features information about local animals and the Rangers are very friendly. There is flat walking area. Inspiration point trail is a steeper climb. There are quite a few picnic tables throughout the park and we...More
There was a very helpful ranger at the ranch willing to answer questions. The scenery was beautiful and peaceful unlike the hustle and bustle of the city. It was relaxing. We turned off the PCH to get to the ranch and the ride was hilly,...More
As the father of a toddler, we're always looking for small, interesting excursions to get out of the house for a few hours each day. I discovered the King Gillette Ranch Visitor's Center after seeing a friend's instagram pictures of the old west town at...More
We took a walk up to Inspiration Point and around a one mile circuit. Good views and easy walk. First part was a bit steep, so it got our hearts pumping, but after that it was either flat or downhill. Lots of shade and beautiful...More
DO NOT plan an event here!!! Horrible experience with the LA Mountains/NPS staff!
I recently had an event at King Gillette and the event coordinator for LA Mountains/NPS, Joan Pankratz, is a nightmare to work with. Not only did she over charge us for the...More
Really enjoyed heading to this place - drive was nice, combined with other areas of interest en route (Malibu / Canyons).
Scenic and tranquil, with friendly and helpful staff at the visitor centre, as well as around the ranch itself, if you need any advice....More
Visitor Center is small but is packed with things to do and learn. Check their schedule first as they often have programs that you may be able to listen to while on your visit. If you like to hike, you are close to the old...More