4730 Crystal Springs Drive, Los Angeles, CA 90027 Directions
Horseback Riding, Swimming Area, Golf, Camping, Picnic Spot, Urban Park, Picnicking, Soccer, Bike Rentals, Tennis, Students and Guide Visits, Playground, Miscellaneous, Jogging & Wilderness Area
Griffith Park has over 4,107 acres of natural land, and it is one of the best-known ways of recreation. Hikers are permitted to use the complete 53-mile hiking path, fire roads, and bridle paths. The camp offers coordinated campsites on weekends and holidays that are available to boys aged 7-14. It is one of the most enjoyable hiking parks with the best trail, which leads from the observation deck parking lot to the mount Hollywood summit. The park's highest peak, which provides impressive views of the entire basin of Los Angeles. The park features multiple family attractions, several cultural and educational facilities, and miles of walking & biking trails.
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RUNYON CANYON PARK
2000 North Fuller Avenue, Los Angeles, CA 90046 Directions
Picnic, Group Tours, Children Play Area, Water Fountains, Nature Trails, Birds Watching, Park, Recreation Center, Walking, Dog Walkers & Outdoor Activities
Runyon Canyon Park has 130 acres of Hollywood hills (an area of the Santa Monica mountains). It is the high point at a level of 1,320 ft (402 m) in the park, and dogs are allowed off-leash in its 0.65 km2 of land. It has two beautiful ridges, which surround the main canyon of the dog park. The forest offers higher northeast looks toward the Griffith Park and the mountains of San Gabriel. It is a beautiful park with several walk/trekking routes to the top for incredible views of the ocean, area, and mountains. Runyon contains a parking area and the trail starting from Fuller Avenue from the existing 3,3-mile loop. It affords free daily yoga classes and breathtaking views.
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ERNEST E. DEBS REGIONAL PARK
4235 Monterey Road, Los Angeles, CA 90032 Directions
Nature Trail, Horse Riding, Wild Flowers, Mountain Biking, Dogs on Leash, BBQ, Birding, Exercise, Walking, Running & Fishing
Ernest E. Debs Regional Park is a 300-acre property in the Arroyo Seco neighborhood of former ranch land. The 5.2-mile loop trail of this park, with an elevation gain of about 400 ft. The long trail travels through the woods until it reaches several hilltops, giving users a few panoramic views of downtown Los Angeles. Visitors can explore the trails, picnic areas, ball fields, and the interior of the park, or to the current Audubon Nature Center. You can enjoy its different surrounding sports fields and even a fishing pond. It has a place for gathering food and ranching, a place for residential development, and a place for recreation & natural habitats. This park is also dog-friendly.