The Los Angeles River Rover is our 38’ Mobile Visitor and Education Center that travels the streets and freeways bringing the River to the people.
We designed the River Rover to educate the curious of all ages – to take visitors through a tour of the River’s past, present and future. Guests learn about the LA River watershed at our interactive watershed table, touch beaver and coyote pelts, listen to the song of the Least Bell’s Vireo, and design the River as they want to see in the future.
See the Los Angeles River Rover in Action
The River Rover goes to School!
The Los Angeles River Rover brings the River to the classroom as part of our School Programs! We enhance school visits by including the River Rover as an interpretive learning gallery and activity space for our in-school presentations. Our docents and educators guide students and teachers through curriculum-aligned lessons and activities.
In the News
“Mobile classroom rolls out to teach students about L.A. River.” Los Angeles Times, April 13, 2014
“River Rover Rolls into L.A. River Day.” KCET, June 3, 2014
“Friends of the LA River, LA Conservation Corps and others Support River Revitalization.” EurWeb, September 8, 2015
Urban Wildlife Refuge Partner
The Los Angeles River River is one of eight original partnerships with the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service’s (USFWS) Urban Wildlife Refuge Partnership Program. This program is part of the USFWS ongoing initiative to build relevancy to urban citizenry.
Request a River Rover visit
To book a school visit, please click here.