Tongva Park is a 6.2-acre park in Santa Monica, California. The park is located just south of Colorado Avenue, between Ocean Avenue and Main Street. The park is named after the indigenous Tongva people, who have lived in the Los Angeles area for thousands of years.
The park includes an amphitheater, playground, garden, fountains, picnic areas, and restrooms. An overlook offers scenic views of the Pacific Ocean and of the Santa Monica Pier.
Notable trees in the park include "Morty," a large Moreton Bay Fig Tree and the "Three Amigos," three Rusty Fig trees each weighing over 100 tons.
Daily: 6 am - 11 pm