Wassama Round House State Historic Park
Preserving history for future generations. Wassama Roundhouse State Historic Park preserves a traditional meeting place for the Southern Sierra Miwok people. The Roundhouse is a place of spiritual and ceremonial significance to many native people.
The main features of the park are the Roundhouse and grinding rocks. The current Roundhouse, reconstructed in 1985, is used for traditional dances by the Southern Sierra Miwok and Chukchansi Yokuts. Bring a picnic, explore the grounds and learn about the native people from this area. There is also a seasonal creek running through the park.
Rules & Regulation
We are working to improve accessibility throughout our parks but we regret that there are currently no accessible activities at this park. This may be an undeveloped park, or there may be terrain, historic or resource protection issues or other limiting factors. However, there may be some generally accessible features, such as parking areas, restrooms, and routes of travel, that meet current accessibility standards. Call the park or email us at email@example.com for details.