The name comes from the Coast Miwok language and likely means "southern village" or "southern people". The Coast Miwok had inhabited a site within the State Historic Park continuously from as early as 6000 BCE. Olompali had been a main center in 1200, and might have been the largest native village in Marin County.
- U.S. Geological Survey Geographic Names Information System: Olumpali, California
- Reutinger, Joan. Olompali Park Filled With History, The Coastal Post, Sept. 1997.
- Olompali State Historic Site Website
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