Linden H. Chandler Preserve

Native wildflowers, grasslands, and riparian corridor

Fig Eater/June Bug on ElderberryThis 28.5-acre property is a critical part of the natural environment in Rolling Hills Estates. Intensive habitat restoration efforts have added native wildflowers and shrubs to the hillsides. Trails traverse the preserve's slopes and grasslands through coastal sage scrub and riparian habitats. The Preserve is home to a number of special native wildflowers, including the common fiddleneck, Western tansy mustard, and longleaf bush lupine. It now provides valuable native habitat capable of supporting native birds and insects, including habitat favored by the endangered Palos Verdes blue butterfly (Glaucopsyche lygdamus palosverdesensis).

Click for Google MapThe nearest cross streets are Palos Verdes Drive North and Dapple Gray Lane in Rolling Hills Estates, CA 90274.

Gnat CatcherParking:
Parking is located next to the Rolling Hills Little League Field or at the end of Buckskin Lane.

Downloadable PDFs

pdfCal Water Project Bridle Trail Closures and Equestrian Map [PDF: 196KMB]

pdfLinden H. Chandler Preserve Brochure [PDF: 3.57MB]

pdfPalos Verdes Peninsula Land Conservancy Map (Natural Open Space Preserves on the Palos Verdes Peninsula) [PDF:4.5MB]