• Stars appear behind a dramatic landscape of rocky mountains, rolling hills, and fields of grass

    Santa Monica Mountains

    National Recreation Area California

Our Partners

The following index of park partners and public parklands represents a collaboration of city, county, and state agencies as well as other organizations who work together to make the Santa Monica Mountains National Recreation Area a unique place in which to live, volunteer, work, and play.

 

AASMM
Allied Artists Santa Monica Mountains
310-457-9130

CCD
Cold Creek Docents
818-591-1701
CMPRD
City of Malibu Parks & Recreation Dept
310-317-1364
CNI
The Children’s Nature Institute
310-860-9484
CNPS
California Native Plant Society
818-348-5910
CORBA
Concerned Off-Road Bicyclists Association
(818)-206-8213
CRPD
Conejo Recreation & Park District
805-495-2163
CSP
California State Parks
818-880-0363
CWC
Coastwalk California
310-394-2799
FORC
Friends of Runyon Canyon
323-666-5004
LADPR
Los Angeles County Recreation & Parks Dept
213-738-2961
LANABA
L.A. Chapter of the North American Butterfly Association
LAAS
Los Angeles Audubon Society
310-455-1401
MCD
Malibu Creek Docents
818-889-6238
MLMD
Malibu Lagoon Museum Docents
310-456-8432
MRCA
Mountains Recreation & Conservation Authority 310-858-7272
MRT
Mountains Restoration Trust
818-591-1701
NOWW
The Nature of Wildworks
310-455-0550
NPS
National Park Service
805-370-2301
RCDSMM
Resource Conservation District of the Santa Monica Mtns
818-597-8627
SC
Sierra Club
213-387-4287
SFVAS
San Fernando Valley Audubon Society
310-457-5796
SFVGP
San Fernando Valley Gourd Patch
818-996-3606
SMBAS
Santa Monica Bay Audubon Society
310-395-6235
SMMC
Santa Monica Mountains Conservancy
310-589-3200
SMMFSanta Monica Mountains Fund
805-370-2341
SMMNHA
Santa Monica Mountains Natural History Association
805-488-1827
SMMTC
Santa Monica Mountains Trails Council
818-222-4531
SRSMMR
University of California, Los Angeles
Stunt Ranch Santa Monica Mountains Reserve

310-206-3887
TCA
Temescal Canyon Association
310-459-5931
TCD
Topanga Canyon Docents
310-455-1696
TOPAW
Thousand Oaks Plein Air Watercolorists
805-494-1700
TP
TreePeople
818-753-4600
WRD
Will Rogers State Historic Park Docents
310-454-8212

Did You Know?

The adult female of this cub died in 2005.

A study that began in 2002 reveals a lion and his offspring are surviving in the Santa Monica Mountains. Radio collars track them crossing roads and navigating through open spaces. Their future is uncertain, but with conservation efforts, they may continue to make these mountains their home.