Top 10 Parks In Los Angeles

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Grand Park is 12 acres in Los Angeles' downtown. You'll find tree-shaded walking routes, botanic gardens, and historic fountains here.

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Grand Park


Palisades Park offers views of Santa Monica's ocean and mountains. This family-friendly park has walking routes, art pieces, and variety trees.

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Palisades Park

Griffith Park is one of Los Angeles' most famous and largest public parks. Over 50 miles of paths lead to waterfalls and lagoons

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Griffith Park

Elysian Park is LA's oldest park. Palm groves, baseball fields, picnic spots, and playgrounds abound throughout the 600-acre park.

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Elysian Park

Lake Hollywood Park is an exquisite getaway from Los Angeles with views of the Hollywood Sign and reservoir.

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Lake Hollywood Park

Echo Park is one of Los Angeles' oldest parks, founded in 1860. This old reservoir has gardens, walking pathways, and picnic spaces.

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Echo Park

Bronson Caves are a popular filming site in Griffith Park. These caves are conveniently accessible for outdoor adventurers

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Bronson Caves

Descanso Gardens is 5.4 miles from Kidspace Children's Museum. It has North America's largest camellia collection.

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Descanso Gardens

Runyon Canyon Park's challenging routes and Hollywood Sign views attract hikers.

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Runyon Canyon Park

Downtown Los Angeles' Exposition Park has various cultural venues and museums. 160-acre park south of USC's main campus.

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Exposition Park