Acton Wash Sanctuary is located in Acton, California, a beautiful northern Los Angeles County town named by a local miner from Acton, Massachusetts. The Sanctuary is nestled in the Sierra Pelona Mountains. A secondary branch of headwaters run through the Sanctuary all the way to the Santa Clara River. The 75-acre sanctuary has four distinct seasons, with snow during the winter and colorful floral displays during the spring and fall. Here we can see a gradual blending of coastal and desert plant communities.

County Operated Facility
Address: Gillespie Ave Acton CA 93510
Website: http://parks.lacounty.gov/acton-wash-wildlife-sanctuary
Hours: Sunrise to Sunset
Phones: General: (661) 944-6881
Park Things to Do:
  • Hiking
  • Nature and Plant Walks
  • Nutrition Classes