This is the premiere equine facility, one of the best of its
kind in Southern California. It is a great place to rent,
pet or watch horses.
Read more about "Los Angeles Equestrian Center"...
Have a picnic among the sprawling open space amidst
impressive oak and sycamore trees, along a green section of
the LA River. Then, with appropriate supervision, explore
this lively stretch of the river filled with birds, fish,
lizards, turtles and other creatures. Nearby is the
Equestrian Center where you can rent...or at least pet some
Read more about "Bette Davis Picnic Area"...
This is a lovely section of the river: soft-bottomed and
full of fish, birds and plants. It is popular place to
stroll, take in the sights, fish, bike or picnic. There are
no restrooms here so plan ahead.
Read more about "Atwater Village Riverside"...
Enjoy an easy walk or bike ride, try some fishing or just
enjoy the sights and sounds of this soft-bottomed section of
the river where birds, fish and lush plant life thrive. The
newly-renovated bike path runs along the west bank, passing
numerous small, pocket parks.
Read more about "Elysian Valley Riverside"...
This newly opened park has playgrounds, a soccer field, and
a nature walk where you can see across the railroad tracks
to the river.
Read more about "Rio de Los Angeles State Park "...
You'll find oodles of untamed paths to explore as you
saunter beneath historic bridges in this innovative wetlands
Read more about "Lower Arroyo Seco Nature Park"...
This charming Center offers lush gardens interspersed with
fountains and playful nooks, plus an exhibit on the history
of the LA River, which is close by. It is more of quick stop
for the kids than a full day, but still worth the time. It
was formerly Lawry's Restaurant.
Read more about "LA River Center & Gardens"...
A well-designed facility with nature exhibits in the center.
It’s a peaceful in-city retreat where the whole family can
congregate and explore.
Read more about "Audubon Center "...
Along the Arroyo Seco tributary, there are eight historic
structures dating to the Victorian Era, which were moved
here and fun to visit. Nearby are plenty of parks to also
Read more about "Heritage Square - Victorian Houses"...
This 277-acre recreation area has a series of overlapping
natural parks with bikeways, playgrounds, and many other
kid-friendly activities. There is lots to explore and do
here in this large park-like setting.
Read more about "Whittier Narrows Recreation Area & Nature Center"...