top of page

Angeles National Forest


The Angeles National Forest was established by Executive Order in December 1892. It covers nearly 700,000 acres and is the backyard playground to the huge metropolitan area of Los Angeles. The Angeles National Forest manages the watersheds within its boundaries to provide valuable water to southern California and to protect surrounding communities from catastrophic floods.

Angeles National Forest Local Plants and Wildlife - Students and visitors will have the opportunity to ask questions and learn more about plants and wildlife native to the Angeles National Forest through hands on activities.

Activities include touching and feeling animal pelts/skulls, and creating a native seed bomb.


phone: (626) 574-1613

Angeles National Forest
bottom of page