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Will Rogers State Historic Park
1501 Will Rogers State Park Rd, Pacific Palisades, CA 90272
Will Rogers State Historic Park sits on the land that was a ranch owned by actor, radio personality, columnist, humoristMore and philosopher Will Rogers. Rogers died in 1935, and after the death of his widow, Betty, in 1944, the land became a state park. The Rogers' ranch house stands on the property, and features a polo field where the Will Rogers Polo Club plays, and where various equestrian activities are held. Visitors can hike a moderate three-mile trail, as well as the Backbone Trail that leads into the Santa Monica Mountains. Tour arrangements can be made for schools and other groups on Thursdays and Fridays.
Pacific Palisades Bowl Mobile Estate
16321 Pacific Coast Hwy, Pacific Palisades, CA 90272
Pacific Palisades Bowl Mobile Estate is a mobile home community tucked into the hills along Pacific Coast Highway. TheMore community offers amazing ocean views and a quick walk to Will Rogers State Beach. Mobile homes of different sizes, floorplans and building dates are available to rent. The park is one of three in the area along Pacific Coast Highway between Temescal Canyon Road and Sunset Boulevard. Though the park has been a rental community for years, in 2007 Pacific Bowl Mobile Estates began steps to convert to residential ownership. Due to subsequent legal actions, the park has remained a rental mobile home park through 2010.
Tahitian Terrace
16001 Pacific Coast Hwy, Pacific Palisades, CA 90272
Tahitian Terrace is a mobile home community perched on the hills above Pacific Coast Highway. The park is more than 50More years old, offering spectacular views of the Pacific Ocean and a short walk to Will Rogers State Beach. For many years, the park was a rental community for seniors over 55. The park now offers mobile homes to purchase, with all ages welcome. Mobile homes of various sizes and floorplans fill the community, all built at different times from the 1960's to the 2000's. Azul Pacifico Inc. owns the property and is presided over by Desmond McDonald, grandson of the parks builder, Robert E. Westenhaver.
Temescal Gateway Park
15601 W Sunset Blvd, Pacific Palisades, CA 90272

Temescal Gateway Park offers many recreational opportunities and acts as a gateway to Topanga State Park, Will RogersMore State Historic Park, and the 20,000-acre "Big Wild" of the Santa Monica Mountains. The 141 acres of Temescal Gateway Park include easy-to-moderate trails for hiking, picnic tables, grassy areas, restrooms, a camp store, meeting rooms, an auditorium and classrooms. Other amenities and programs at the park include the Earth Adventure Camp for children, the Temescal Canyon Conference and Retreat Center and the Temescal Dining Hall for events. The park and facilities can be reserved for weddings and other events. Dogs must be leashed within the park. Special events and hikes are held at the park throughout the year.

Development of the park began as early as 1922, when Reverend Dr. Charles Holmes Scott developed the land for the Methodist Church as a West Coast center for the Chautauqua movement. In 1943, the Presbyterian Synod purchased the property for private retreats. The Santa Monica Mountains Conservancy purchased the property in 1994 to preserve the park as a public space. Temescal Gateway Park is managed by the Mountains Recreation and Conservation Authority, a local government and public entity established in 1985. The MRCA provides ranger services, fire prevention, scientific expertise and educational and youth leadership programs.

Palisades Pizza
860 Via de la Paz, Pacific Palisades, CA 90272
This pizza delivery shop became Palisades Pizza in 2007, though the Brandt family has been running it since 1986. Pizza,More pasta, salads and sides are available for delivery or takeout only. Pizzas are available with regular, extra thin, extra thick or cheese crusts, as well as with a choice of regular, basil pesto or red pepper pesto sauce. There are also more than 32 toppings to choose from. Delivery is available throughout Pacific Palisades, including Will Rogers State Beach and other parks. Sorbetto-filled fresh fruit is available in orange, lemon, mango and peach flavors. Customers can also add a 24-ounce Robeks smoothie delivered with their order if placed before 6:30pm. Minimum delivery order is $9.