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Parks of Los Angeles

Who can resist the temptation to hike in the Runyon nature reserve, stroll through the botanical garden or relax on the beach? Whether you are a fan of art or a loyal owner of a dog, there’s a piece of nature for you that fits your lifestyle.

There are many beautiful parks in Los Angeles and American Butler is ready to introduce you to some of them.


What are the parks of Los Angeles worth a visit

  • Griffith park

It is easy to forget that you are still in the city when you are traveling along the mountain path that has enmeshed this park.

The countless sights of Griffith - Park will interest many: fearless travelers can explore the Bronson caves and visit the Amir garden, tourists can relax in the shaded passage through Fern Dell, visitors with young children can take a boat to Travel Town, lovers of pop culture will watch the performance in the Greek Theater or visit the barn where Walt Disney himself fiddled with model trains.

  • Photo of Griffith Park, California - American ButlerGrand park

The mission to transform Los Angeles into a lively cultural center reached a new level, when part of the 12 acres of Grand Park was officially opened to the public in July 2012.

The park is littered with picnic lawns, fountains, benches and plenty of peaceful places to relax. Grand Park is a vibrant urban oasis that proves that the city has a romantic atmosphere. The park hosts performances, fees and other social events.

  • Kenneth Hahn State Recreation Area

Kenneth Hahn is impressive both in size and in finding a park in the center of Westside. In addition to the usual list of amenities, the park has a pond with lotuses, a fishing lake and a volleyball court with sand.

The park consists of more than seven miles of footpaths through the Baldwin Hills, overlooking almost every corner of Los Angeles - from the South Bay and the Pacific Ocean to the city center and the San Gabriel Mountains.

  • Los Angeles State Historic Park

The state-owned historic park with 32 acres of open space directly adjacent to Chinatown boasts stunning views of the city center.

Some time ago there were major events in the park, such as FYF, Renegade Craft Fair and Hard Summer, but they all subsided after a large-scale multi-year renovation that began in 2014. After its completion in the spring of 2017, the modernization of the park brought with it a drought-resistant landscape design, a picturesque view of the bridge and the orange grove. It is not by chance that after re-opening new restaurants and bars appeared here.

  • Barnsdall Art Park & Hollyhock House

After oil heir and philanthropist Elin Barnsdall bought this cute little hill after the end of World War I, she enlisted the support of Frank Lloyd Wright to build a group of buildings on its top.

Although the entire complex was never completed, Barnsdall donated the house and 11 acres of land to the city, suggesting that they be used as a public art park. More than eighty years later, the earth still fulfills this role, thanks to exhibitions in various gallery spaces, as well as excursions. In the summer, the park hosts open-air cinema evenings, wine tastings and cultural events.

  • Tongva park

Most of those coming to Santa Monica will flock to Palisades Park. And for good reason, because the view of the ocean, palm trees and eucalyptus paths is fascinating, but we could not ignore the slightly less well-known fellow.

This idyllic and carefully thought-out oasis, adjacent to the ocean, harbors a playground, meadows, small waterfalls, walkways and a panorama overlooking the Pacific Ocean.

  • Will Rogers State Historic Park

Explore the vast territory of the park that once belonged to the late actor, writer, philosopher and first mayor of Beverly Hills, Will Rogers. Take a free tour of the Rogers Ranch, which has been preserved since the 1930s, and explore the surrounding land, which gives you access to scenic mountain and sea views. Weekend polo matches are also held here, and you can take riding lessons.

Friends, we invite you to visit the parks of Los Angeles with the guide of the agency American Butler!
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