Los Angeles County’s Topanga is between Malibu and Pacific Palisades in the Santa Monica Mountains. Topanga is a laid-back region of Southern California that attracts visitors with its incredible variety of points of interest. This area teems with adventure and stunning scenery, making it the ideal destination to retreat from your busy lifestyle.

Topanga State Park

Topanga State Park is one of the largest state parks in California. The park covers over 36,000 acres of land and is home to a variety of plant and animal life. Visitors to the park can enjoy hiking, camping, fishing, and picnicking. There are also several historic sites located within the park, including the site of the Battle of Topanga Canyon.

Trippet Ranch

Trippet Ranch is a beautiful spot for a hike or picnic in the Santa Monica Mountains. The ranch has several miles of trails that wind through chaparral and oak woodland ecosystems. The views from the trailheads are stunning, and there are plenty of opportunities to see wildlife. Trippet Ranch is also home to a variety of plant and animal species, including several endangered species.

Top of Topanga Overlook

This is one of the most popular hiking destinations in Topanga State Park. The Top of Topanga Overlook offers breathtaking views of the Santa Monica Mountains, the Pacific Ocean, and downtown Los Angeles. There are several trails that lead to the overlook, so you can choose your own adventure. The hike is moderate to strenuous, depending on which trail you take. But it’s definitely worth it for the views!

Topanga Center

The Topanga Center is one of the most popular shopping malls in California. It is located in the city of Topanga, and it features a variety of stores and businesses. The mall is also home to a number of restaurants, cafes, and other eateries. The Topanga Center is a great place to shop for clothing, accessories, and other items. It is also a great place to eat, as there are many restaurants and cafes located within the mall. The Topanga Center is a great place to visit, and it is sure to provide you with a great shopping experience. Thanks for reading!

Inn of the Seventh Ray

Originally, the Inn’s location was rumored to have first been a meeting place of the Chumash Indians at the sacred intersection of 2 creeks. Then it may have been Aimee Semple McPherson’s private retreat in the 1930’s, later becoming the site for Topanga’s first church. Afterwards, it became a feed store, then a gas station/garage and auto junk yard, an eyesore on Topanga’s crossroads of an eclectic culture of artists, musicians and hippies, counter culture lifestyle seekers, along with families just wanting to live having the energy of nature around their family.

Topanga Pro Plumber’s

From simple repairs and maintenance tasks to brand new installation projects, our team of plumbing experts have the skills and experience necessary to get the job done right the first time, every time.

Canyon Bistro & Wine Bar

Canyon Bistro & Wine Bar comes to life from a combination of things. Our personal desire to serve gourmet type fare at affordable prices, and the need for more dining choices in the canyon, which has been the overriding request we get from our customers at the Cafe.


Ann’s design philosophy is inspired by the wonderful cultures around the world. Her clothes show a love of vibrant color, whimsical embellishments, and an unexpected mix of fabrics and embroidery. At every turn her clothes delight and inspire, reflecting her personality to yours.