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Best parks in Los Angeles

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“Awesome view of Downtown Los Angeles and the Dodgers’ Stadium. Park also includes picnic tables, bbq stations, and a swing that overlooks the Interstate-5 Highway.”
74 locals recommend
Park
“Very large park with miles of trails through the hills and trees. Lots of views of the city. The LA Dodgers Baseball Stadium is adjacent.”
8 locals recommend
Park
“Neighborhood park for kids to play at... It's clean and maintained regularly to keep it up to par. There's a huge shade structure that keeps you cool, an open and free library when you can take or leave a book, also a few outdoors music instruments for kids and a fairly clean restroom. Coffee and a few other shops are walking distance.”
15 locals recommend
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“Off-leash doggy trail that can't be beat. Don't thrash into the crowds at Runyon Canyon, THIS is the local's spot.”
7 locals recommend
State / Provincial Park
“This park has all the good stuff, including a BIG splash pad for the kids on a hot day. ”
7 locals recommend
Playground
“Walk up Wren Drive until you hit San Rafeal. You can turn left on Sea View Lane if you want to walk around the dog trail!”
4 locals recommend
Playground
“Indoor, air-conditioned playground. It’s a safe and super fan space for your children to play. Open play is only available during the week (weekends are for private parties only).”
6 locals recommend
Park
“Go for a walk and visit a clean park next to the LA river. Great for the family! Meet the kind groundskeeper, chat with the neighbors and enjoy the shade! ”
4 locals recommend
Park
“Across the street from La Boheme with play areas, public workout circuit, picnic tables and tons of room for outdoor games, i.e. Frisbee -- or a quick jog.”
5 locals recommend
Park
“Great for picnics big gatherings and there is an outdoor exercise circuit (including apparatus). Accessible by foot or car.”
3 locals recommend
Park
“Quiet trails that wind through the neighborhood and offer stunning views of Griffith Park and the Valley.”
13 locals recommend
Park
“Palmer Park has everything you might need - a wading pool (open Fridays and Saturdays 1:30-6:30pm in the summer), basketball courts, exercise equipment, picnic tables, and a large playground with swings.”
1 local recommends
Park
1 local recommends
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“Echo Park is filled with 32 different staircases for all of your exercising desires. They are a great way to get those buns of steel and get a true sense of the community and some of the beautiful views we have to offer. Do a quick google for echo park stairs and you can find a map of where they all are”
2 locals recommend
Park
“Nice to throw down a blanket and relax or let the kids enjoy the playground.”
2 locals recommend