Generally, the Visitor Center is open on weekends and contains exhibits of plants, tools, ceremonial artifacts, and basketry made or used by the Wappo Indians. Also within the center is a collection of historic photos of the property's prior uses, which includes its heyday as the popular Paradise Park vacation spot.
Adjacent is the Native American Plant Garden where one can explore local vegetation used by the Wappos and other tribes in early California.
Across the street is the park's equestrian center.
Proceed to the eastern end of the park via the road through the Ritchey Creek campground.