El Griffith Park se extiende por 4210 acres de tierra, y tiene algo para todos. Aquí se puede disfrutar de la naturaleza, la vegetación y actividades como senderismo, caminatas, campamentos, natación y tenis, entre otros. El muy querido y reconocido Hollywood Sign también se encuentra dentro de las instalaciones. Atracciones como el Greek Theatre, el Observatorio Griffith y el Jardín Zoológico y Botánico de Los Ángeles se encuentran dentro de este parque enorme. Cuenta también con espacios para picnic. El Griffith Park es diversión, educación y belleza, no hay que dejar de visitarlo.
Desde el punto este de las montañas de Santa Mónica, pueden verse 130 acres de naturaleza virgen. El parque Runyon Canyon tiene dos entradas al sur y una entrada al norte a Mulholland Drive, que se abren a varias rutas de senderismo para los excursionistas y sus perros. Cuenta con un área separada para los niños, que hace que el lugar sea aún más atractivo para las familias. El parque no cuenta con personal, y está abierto a todos, por lo que hay que cuidar de las propias necesidades y mantener la cámara lista, ya que aquí también vienen las celebridades a relajarse.
More like its name, Ferndell is not exactly a museum, but a beautiful trail leading to the Griffith Observatory. Once home to the Tongva/Gabrielino tribe, the trail has a natural spring and various planned installations of bridges and railings. Foliage including ferns, create a bubble of clean air and a peaceful environment not away from the city. The natural stream provides the trees and plants with water as it flows through the hill accompanying the trail. Besides the flora, turtles, large koi fish, crayfish, butterflies and dragonflies add to the beauty of the trail. The trail also features waterfalls, ponds and bamboo bridges which were added during its transformation to create an atmosphere similar to that of a rainforest. The lush green plantation attracts many locals and tourists for an elevated trail rather than simply driving up to the Griffith Observatory. Locals can be spotted taking a jog or hiking up accompanied by their little ones for a fun day out. The collective display of nature and wildlife is equivalent to an interactive museum exhibit that must not be missed.
Located away from the city, Bryce Canyon Park is often visited by the people wishing to indulge in some fun outings with their family. Boasting of large green spaces, a baseball court, tennis court and more, the park is suitable for people of all age groups. Patrons can simply enjoy the relaxing atmosphere or can even walk within the lush green area. There is a separate playground for children with amenities such as slides, stationary xylophones and swings. Feel free to carry your pet along as they are also welcomed here. Whether you want to spend some quality time with you family or simply relax in the arms of mother nature, Bryce Canyon Park has something in store for all.
The result of Justin Rudd, a local resident and dog lover, and Rosie, his bulldog's efforts for a beach for canines, Rosie's Dog Beach was officially opened in 2010. Dedicated in honor of this bulldog who passed away soon, this beach is considered to be the only one-of-its-kind in the county. Only one pooch is allowed per adult and there are other rules to be followed as well. Let your pet play with the waves, run along the shore or just walk on the sand.
Grand Park is nestled in downtown Los Angeles along Grand Avenue. Opened to the public in 2012, this 12-acre (4.9-hectare) urban project has been compared to the likes of New York’s Central Park. Located between City Hall and the Music Center, it features verdant lawns and mature trees, interactive fountains and plazas, as well as event spaces. The Arthur J. Will Memorial Fountain with its dazzling light effects is the highlight of this landscape. This park is also a regular venue for performing arts, concerts, farmers’ markets and community events.
A little patch of green amongst a sea of concrete towers, Vista Hermosa Natural Park is a great spot for a moment of serenity, away from the daily hustle. This quiet spot offers plenty of recreational options, from walking and jogging trails, to open playing fields and picnic spots. The park is also peppered with several vantage points, with the city at the backdrop, that make good photography options.
These Victorian homes in the neighborhood of Angelino Heights are more reminiscent of those on Haight Street in San Francisco as opposed to Carroll Avenue in L.A. Nonetheless, this tiny enclave in greater Echo Park has the largest collection of late 19th-century residences in the entire city. Its location in the steep hills also allows for some marvelous views of downtown and some parts of Mid-City. Overall, Angelino Heights is a nice detour when visiting Echo Park, and it's a definite must-see for architecture buffs.
A sprawling park in the city of Los Angeles, The Old Lodge - Montecillo De Leo Politi provides a momentary escape from the bustling city. This famed park is one of the major recreation and event centers of neighborhood, with a variety of activities to indulge in. Peppered with walk and jogging trails, basketball courts, a soccer field and vast ares of open space, there's plenty of ways to keep yourself busy at this park.
A beautiful ground in Downtown LA, the Los Angeles River Center and Gardens offers an open space for recreation and events. Enjoy picnicking, hiking, and biking or simply relax in the lush green lawns in this pet-friendly park. If you’re looking for a quiet and green place for an intimate wedding, then this is the perfect spot.