Pardon our dust while we're making improvements at the Interpretive Center
Throughout April and May, the restrooms and drinking fountains inside the building will be closed. Portable restrooms with hand wash stations will be available outside near the building. Bottled water will be available at no charge while drinking fountains are closed. We appreciate your patience.
UPDATE: As of April 28, 2022, restrooms are available again inside the Interpretive Center. Drinking fountains continue to be out of service throughout the month of May. Bottled water will be available at no charge while drinking fountains are closed. We appreciate your patience.
About the Interpretive Center
The Interpretive Center is dedicated to the memory of John Muir, naturalist and preservationist, whose deep respect for nature inspires conservation and stewardship of natural resources.
The District hosts more than 3,000 school children annually at the center for field trips through our education program.
Visit the Interpretive Center
Visit the Interpretive Center to learn about the cultural history of the area, animals, and the unique role Los Vaqueros plays in providing clean and healthy water to more than 500,000 people. Also, not to be missed - check out our Augmented Reality Sandbox!
The Interpretive Center is located next to the dam, on the North side (Brentwood) of the watershed.
Los Vaqueros Interpretive Center 19 Walnut Boulevard Brentwood, CA 94513 Directions Hours: Saturdays and Sundays from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.