School Field Trips: Every year, more than 10,000 school children from LA explore our park as part of our educational Eco-tour program. Learn more.
Story of TreePeople Tour: Have a burning question about TreePeople's origins? Want to get better acquainted with the native flora and fauna around you? Curious about the rich history of Coldwater Canyon Park? Then the Story of TreePeople Tour is the tour for you! This tour is great for people who want to learn more about our organization, hilltop, and local ecosystem. FREE to the public! Learn More.
L.A. Lookout Adventure Hike: Come enjoy the best views Coldwater Canyon Park has to offer with the L.A. Lookout Adventure Hike! Hike to iconic TreePeople landmarks while learning about native plants and enjoying gorgeous canyon views of the city below. Best of all, this hike is pet friendly! (Limit: 1 group friendly dog per family). Learn More.
Moonlight Hikes: Visitors of all ages are welcome to join us for our Moonlight Hikes, where we explore our beautiful Coldwater Canyon Park and neighboring Wilacre Park, after hours! With different hiking levels to choose from, the Moonlight Hike is great for experts and newcomers alike! So grab a flashlight and join us under the moon! FREE attendance for a year for you and up to 3 guests with a Basic level membership! Learn More.
Family Tour: Our Family Tours offer something fun for the whole family! Kids have a blast learning about soil from the Dirt Doctor, playing games with Timothy the Tree, and planting their very own tree seeds, while adults learn about our local watersheds, drought solutions, and TreePeople's state-of-the-art facilities! And everyone will enjoy meeting the stars of our park, our native plants and animals! FREE attendance for a year for you and up to 3 guests with a Sponsor level membership! Learn more.
If you have any questions about our weekend hikes or are interested in booking a private tour, please contact our Public Tours Coordinator, Cassie Roberts at email@example.com.
Self-Guided Tours: Park visitors of all ages are also encouraged to take self-guided tours of our Center for Community Forestry. Interpretive signs are located in the Parking Grove, Environmental Learning Center, Nursery and Watershed Teaching Garden, and Nature Trails.
In the interests of public health, Coldwater Canyon park and its surrounding trails remain closed in an effort to protect visitors and TreePeople staff. We look forward to reopening soon.
Where are you located and how do I get there?
We are located at 12601 Mulholland Drive, Beverly Hills, CA 90210
The park entrance is at the stoplight where Coldwater Canyon Avenue, Franklin Canyon Drive and Mulholland Drive (West) intersect.
PLEASE NOTE: The Coldwater Canyon Park in Beverly Hills (½ mile north of Sunset Blvd.) is NOT our TreePeople headquarters. This is a park run by the City of Beverly Hills. Our TreePeople's Coldwater Canyon Park is a City of Los Angeles park. Directions.
Are there special events?
Once Upon a Canyon Night: Each summer, we host nights of entertainment under the stars in our beautiful S. Mark Taper Foundation Amphitheatre. The evenings offer mixes of comedy, theater and music in what the LA Weekly calls the “cutest little outdoor venue in town! All season proceeds directly benefit the care and maintenance of our park.