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This historical site is unique as it has a lot for everyone. The site is large and it has a lot of place to roam and just visit like a relaxing park. There a benches in different areas where you can sit and forget you are in the city. The homestead is large and they show you some active of... 更多
This landmark has been lovingly restored to the late period when Don Pio lived there. It's a nice, quick trip to a historic site for the kids. Also a nice place to picnic. ADA compliant access. Decendants of Pio Pico still visit,,and I think they have an annual fiesta there. Right off the 605 freeway at Whittier Blvd. Nice place... 更多
to be there and romanticize how it must have been to live there in olden days, the River there, cattle. horses, big adobe house to live in. Must have been a good simple life.
An interesting historic site. But it is only open on weekends. You can purify the fence and look at the buildings but the doors and everything are only on weekends. There is parking it's very convenient off of 605 and there are a few buildings and
interesting piece of history! We came here on a field trip, most of the kids were between 4 and 10yrs old, but I think the parents were more impressed than the kids. That is until the people running the field trip broke out the "toys" from the era.
If you are local or someone just passing by, this a great place to visit. Some people may see this place as simple, but in reality is it one of the few historical sites in souther california which still has a lot of land and it is nice because it gives you a better picture as how life was back... 更多
Not too many know about this place - full of history especially for the Whittier, CA area. Lots of streets, parks, etc. named after this family. Pio Pico was the last Mexican governor of California (1848) prior to it being granted statehood. At one time, the land grant exceeded 8,000 acres including parts of Whittier, Pico Rivera, and portions of... 更多
I love California history, and having Pio Pico State Park so close to home is really great. They often have special days and fiestas. They have docents dressed in period costume talking about Pio Pico and the history surrounding the last governor of Alta California.
If you are interested in California History, this is one of the last remaining adobe houses showing how "Californios" live in the early days. A historic park with one house and gardens set in a fraction of what the property used to be. Limited staff to inform of the history of this house. Home to the last Mexican governor Pio... 更多
We found Pio Pico when we were looking for Huntington Beach, yes we were lost. To our pleasant surprise we had the beach almost to ourselves and the Ranger at the visitor center was very helpful in describing the History of the Park. There were a couple of school busses there but there is so much room you hardly knew... 更多