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Runyon Canyon Park

1. Runyon Canyon Park

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2001 N Fuller AveLos Angeles, CA 90046

(323) 666-5046

Great now it's open again. Very LA thing to do is go to run/walk Runyon canyon and then go to breakfast ( the best part). Can get hot in summer!

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2. Los Angeles Historic State Park

1245 N Spring StLos Angeles, CA 90012

(323) 441-8819
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Griffith Park

3. Griffith Park

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4730 Crystal Springs DrLos Angeles, CA 90027

(323) 913-4688

Beautiful, huge park in LA. There are tons of trails as well as an observatory and museums. A great outing for varied interests.

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4. Barnsdall Art Park

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4800 Hollywood BlvdLos Angeles, CA 90027

(323) 644-6275

My 5 year old son likes his art classes at Barnsdall Art Park. The staff and instructors are very friendly. The prices for the art classes are very …

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5. Exposition Park Rose Garden

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3980 La Casa LnLos Angeles, CA 90049

(213) 763-0114

The bad first: there isn't a lot to "do" at this park except see the roses. The fountain is usually dry thanks to the drought. The sidewalks are i…

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6. Griffith Observatory - Samuel Oschin Planetarium

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2800 E Observatory AveLos Angeles, CA 90027

(213) 473-0800

The observatory hike can start from either the Ferndell section of the park or from a trail next to the Greek Theatre. Both trails offer spectacula…

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Grand Park

7. Grand Park

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200 N Grand AveLos Angeles, CA 90012

(213) 972-8080

The upper part of this downtown park has a splash pad for kids (conveniently adjacent to a Starbucks!) Lots of shaded tables and chairs for mom and …

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MacArthur Park Recreation Center

8. MacArthur Park Recreation Center

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2230 W 6th StLos Angeles, CA 90057

(213) 368-0520

What A Big Protest Against Donald J. Trump! Believe it or Not, I did Vote For Hillary Rodham Clinton who sadly did Not Win! However, I had to cove…

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Kenneth Hahn Recreation Area

9. Kenneth Hahn Recreation Area

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4100 S La Cienega BlvdLos Angeles, CA 90056

(323) 298-3660

This beautiful L.A. County park is a bit of secret to many. It offers great hiking trails, a lake, playground and workout equipment and a Japanese …

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Echo Park

10. Echo Park

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1632 Bellevue AveLos Angeles, CA 90026

(213) 250-3578

I would love to love this nearby park, which is quite picturesque. Unfortunately, it still feels a little seedy/unsafe at times. It's not my go-to p…

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11. Silverlake Dog Park

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1850 W Silver Lake DrLos Angeles, CA 90026

(213) 842-5245

I appreciate that there's a dog park here and that they've been working in recent years to make it nicer, but there are no mature trees and the shad…

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Glassell Park Recreation Center and Youth Center

12. Glassell Park Recreation Center and Youth Center

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3650 Verdugo RdLos Angeles, CA 90065

(323) 257-1863

I've been lap swimming at Glassell Park for quite some time now. I'm happy to report that the pool has been painted and cleaned, so although the lo…

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13. Griffith Park Ferraro Fields

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5101 Zoo DrLos Angeles, CA 90027

(323) 644-2050

These renovated fields are great! Parking is never easy and is effectively on a freeway off-ramp. But, if you can look beyond that, this is a grea…

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14. Los Angeles Recreation & Parks

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2650 N Commonwealth AveLos Angeles, CA 90027

(323) 664-1407

Good local parks and recreation facility in the Los Feliz area. Limited number of employees but friendly when needed

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Pershing Square Park

15. Pershing Square Park

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532 S Olive StLos Angeles, CA 90013

(213) 847-4970

This place is so depressing, like a prison-yard. If you're into 1980s-era concrete sculptures that smell like urine, give it a try. Come on L.A., yo…

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16. Los Angeles Recreation & Parks

835 Academy RdLos Angeles, CA 90012

(213) 485-5054

From Business: The City of Los Angeles Department of Recreation and Parks provides a variety of recreational services for citizens. The department offers after-school and day ca…

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17. Chesterfield Square Park

1950 W 54th StLos Angeles, CA 90062

(323) 233-4772

From Business: This is a pocket park and is unstaffed and open from 6:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m.

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Los Angeles Recreation & Parks

18. Los Angeles Recreation & Parks

3900 Chevy Chase DrLos Angeles, CA 90039

(213) 485-1310

From Business: The City of Los Angeles Department of Recreation and Parks maintains parks and recreation facilities that offers public with a variety of recreational opportuniti…

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19. Los Angeles Municipal Sports

3900 Chevy Chase DrLos Angeles, CA 90039

(818) 246-5614

From Business: The Municipal Sports Section provides sports programs for adults in Los Angeles. Its sports activities include baseball, basketball, soccer, flag football, softba…

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20. Garvanza Park

6263 Meridian StLos Angeles, CA 90042

(323) 255-0370

From Business: This park is a pocket park; this park is unstaffed, unlocked, and open from dawn to dusk. Any questions can be answered by calling the number above and talking to…

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County of Los Angeles

21. County of Los Angeles

360 W El Segundo BlvdLos Angeles, CA 90061

(310) 965-8602

From Business: The Department of Parks and Recreation is governed by Los Angeles County in California. It specializes in meeting the recreational needs of residents and visitors…

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22. Nps

132 Paseo De La PlzLos Angeles, CA 90012

(213) 253-0500
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23. Los Angeles Plaza Park

125 Paseo De La PlzLos Angeles, CA 90012

(213) 628-1274
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24. Spring Street Park

428 S Spring StLos Angeles, CA 90013

(213) 202-2640
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California State Parks Foundation

25. California State Parks Foundation

448 S Hill StLos Angeles, CA 90013

(213) 542-2450
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26. The Plaza At La Jolla Village

550 S Hope St Ste 2200Los Angeles, CA 90071

(858) 558-6800
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27. Paragon Parking

710 S Spring StLos Angeles, CA 90014

(213) 689-4818
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28. Downey Recreation Ctr

1772 N Spring StLos Angeles, CA 90031

(323) 225-7100
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29. Sang Jin Park

1205 S Boyle AveLos Angeles, CA 90023

(323) 265-3994
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30. Elysian Park

1880 Academy DrLos Angeles, CA 90012

(213) 222-9136
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MacArthur Park Recreation Center
Howard S. rated

What A Big Protest Against Donald J. Trump! Believe it or Not, I did Vote For Hillary Rodham Clinton who sadly did Not Win! However, I had to cover this Very Special And/Or Historic Event and so Anthony DeGoede and myself (Howard Paul Shore) arrived to Macarthur Park back on Saturday, November 12, 2016 at around 10:00 a.m. to walk with the crowd, take pictures, mingle, exchange ideas, etc. on What To Do Next? This was probably the largest protest that I have ever attended and so we All walked from Macarthur Park down to the Federal Building Located at: 300 North Los Angeles Street, Los Angeles, California 90012 which was 3.2 miles. It was quite a long walk, but well worth it! There were thousands of people bearing thousands of different signs showing their feelings, emotions, opinions, freedoms of speech, etc. from all walks of life and backgrounds as well! We did Not have a sign, but there were more than enough signs to make up for it! Yes, I did take plenty of pictures and enclosed in the attachments, please find several pictures that I have taken for your review and further reference. Thank you. Sincerely yours, Howard Paul Shore Anthony DeGoede Walkers, Protesters, Writers And Promoters /HPS

Runyon Canyon Park
offthecouchla rated
There are very few places I wi...

There are very few places I will insist you visit no matter what the weather - and this is probably my top choice. Great for a rainy day (or the weeks following a sunburn) the Annenberg Space for Photography is a "something to do" that you will go to again and again. Even the most impatient, "I don't like museum" folk (kids, boyfriends, etc) will love this place - and with the new exhibit Beauty CULTure opening this weekend (May 21st) there is something new and absolutely captivating for everyone! Read more about the do's and dont's so you make the most of opening weekend here: http://offthecouchla.blogspot.com/2011/05/annenberg-space-for-photography.html

Exposition Park Rose Garden
Lynn J. rated

The bad first: there isn't a lot to "do" at this park except see the roses. The fountain is usually dry thanks to the drought. The sidewalks are in poor shape and in desperate need of repair. It's often full of folks going to the Science Center or an event at the Colosseum. The good: Holy crap the roses. The roses are INCREDIBLE. Thousands of types of roses in thousands of colors - all really well maintained. And there are roses in bloom all year round, thanks to our awesome SoCal weather. It's a beautiful spot in what many think of as a bad part of town. Worth the visit.

Bronson Canyon-Griffith Park
Amy F. rated

Anyone with a child who's into superheroes needs to head up here to visit "The Bat Cave" from the 1960s TV series. We like to park by the playground (a small-but-fun fenced in play area with a tire swing my kids can't get enough of) and after a while, we take the 20-minute hike up to the cave (past the playground, a trail winds up the hill to the right). It's an easy hike for kids, and knowing the bat cave is at the top motivates them to get there.

Glassell Park Recreation Center and Youth Center
mikedrud rated
Review for the pool: newly painted, cleaned!

I've been lap swimming at Glassell Park for quite some time now. I'm happy to report that the pool has been painted and cleaned, so although the locker rooms are still run-down, the pool itself is good for your exercise needs. If I get there early, there's always room to swim and I often see parents with small children in the area cordoned off for open swimming. If you're looking to swim laps at an outdoor pool, this is a good choice.

Runyon Canyon Park
jaimekritch rated
am kind of a crazy dog person ...

I am kind of a crazy dog person in that I am crazy about dogs, my dog specifically, not crazy in general. I tell him how handsome he is about thirty two times a day and buy him giant cow bones from the italian market and tell him "Go, claim your ancestry. Gnaw and get that marrow in you so that you may not take notice that you are but a resplendent shadow of your former wolfish splendor." (He = siberian husky).

Barnsdall Art Park
Dolores O. rated

l need this badly! I'm a designer, and an architecture teacher & coming to LA for the holidays! Can't wait to leave the cold of Chicago to see the beauty of winter with all the landscapes, terrains, flowers and cool buildings. Look out Pacific Design Center I'm on my way... Barsndall Art Park is one of the best destinations on my trips to LA that I've done in the past.

Grand Park
Amy F. rated

The upper part of this downtown park has a splash pad for kids (conveniently adjacent to a Starbucks!) Lots of shaded tables and chairs for mom and dad to hang out and watch kids play on hot days. The lower part of the park (near City Hall) has a small enclosed playground with a giant slide my kids enjoy. Convenient walk to Grand Central Market for lunch and close to subway stop.

Echo Park
Amy F. rated

I would love to love this nearby park, which is quite picturesque. Unfortunately, it still feels a little seedy/unsafe at times. It's not my go-to park to visit with young children, but I do like the small cafe, which is located at the boathouse... great french toast sticks and breakfast grits with poached eggs and tomato chutney.

Runyon Canyon Park
reid f. rated

Whenever I have friends or family coming to visit me in the city, I like to take them to Runyon Canyon Park. Not only we can get a great view of the city from here, but also we can have a decent workout. It is also a great date spot! However, it is not an ideal place for doing meditation.

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