Parks

Parks

"The Batcave" at Bronson Canyon   |  Photo: Yuri Hasegawa
Things to Do | Outdoors & Wellness
Getting acquainted with the numerous hiking trails in Los Angeles is the perfect way to discover why L.A. is the ideal place to get outside.
Venice Beach Recreation Center offers basketball, handball, tennis and volleyball courts, along with a dedicated children's play area.
Facility Features: Auditorium, barbecue pits, baseball diamond (lighted), basketball courts (lighted/indoor/outdoor), childrens play area, indoor gym (without weights), picnic tables, restroom(s).
Park staff and docents offer tours of the Ranch House Thursdays and Fridays, at 11 am to 3pm, on the top of the hour. No tours Monday through Wednesday. Ranch
Encompassing 18 acres, this is the largest and perhaps loveliest park in the South Bay area. The property belongs to the Manhattan Beach Unified School District and is leased to
Van Ness Recreation Center offers Baseball diamonds (lighted), basketball courts (lighted/outdoor), childrens play area, football field (unlighted), picnic tables, soccer field (unlighted) and tennis courts (lighted).
This 932-acre park located in the high desert near Agua Dulce Springs features spectacular rock formations, Tataviam Indian sites, and a seasonal stream.
Dog hiking in Runyon Canyon
Things to Do | Attractions & Tours
Discover off-leash dog parks, dog-friendly hiking trails and dog beaches in LA that you can enjoy with your canine companion.