Friends held a picnic here to celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary. We have fun. There are some trees in the picnic area, so you will not be exposed to the sun. From the polo field through the parking lot, we were lucky enough to see a few Chukkars. We also visited Will Rogers’ house-to get in, you have to visit it every hour (at least on weekends). This is one of the best trips we have ever experienced-so much information! He walked to the stable that Will Rogers had built for his horse. Unfortunately, we don't have time to go hiking, but we also want to come back and try it.
You might want to rely on your GPS to take you to the mountain, and take you to the state of California where his widow is in Will Rogers' property. This is an indispensable location that not only provides a trail, but also an entrance to Will Rogers' house. You can watch polo on weekends. If you are only familiar with the name Will Rogers, just walk into the house. The trip starts on the hour and lasts about forty minutes. The narrator is not only knowledgeable, you will learn more about the man once described as America’s favorite. When you enjoy his legacy, you will also fall in love with him. You have to pay to park, but bring lunch, water and comfortable shoes.
I still like the park, you can come here to have a look around