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#1 of 7 Nature & Parks in Beverly Hills
Through a partnership with Beverly Hills Park and Recreation and the UC Cooperative Extension George teaches a 4-week introductory class at Greystone twice a year (Spring and Fall) on how to grow fruits and vegeta...
The City of Beverly Hills purchased this magnificent Mediterranean mansion/property in 1965 and formerly dedicated it as a public park in 1971 enabling citizens countywide to enjoy the 18 acres of South of France/...
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#2 of 7 Nature & Parks in Beverly Hills
Here, you will find stunning art, walkways, flowers, a cactus park, the famous Electric Fountain that was used in the movie Clueless, the famous Beverly Hills Sign and Lily Pond, amazing trees and more.
You can run walk or just stroll from Wilshire all way to Doheny and look at sculptures, flowers, cacti...lots of benches to sit and relax...
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#3 of 7 Nature & Parks in Beverly Hills
Awesome park for walking, hiking, picnicking ... For a park tucked into the hills, it was a wonderful gem; we saw dozens of turtles and some ducks around the lake and lizards on the hike, and many birds.
And it is here where one can relax and take in the park's natural beauty where there are nature trails excellent for hiking and ponds where there are ducks.
#4 of 7 Nature & Parks in Beverly Hills
Toilets, sand pit and slides in the enclosed area, paddling stream and grass to play/picnic on the main.
This is our favorite park in LA.
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#5 of 7 Nature & Parks in Beverly Hills
Our docent was wonderful, and we were very glad to have spent our morning in such gracious surroundings.
This is a lovely property and if you go in Spring , the rose garden is in full bloom and gorgeous.
#6 of 7 Nature & Parks in Beverly Hills
I loved this park it’s so beautiful and there’s turtles and koi fish!
A beautiful, relaxing and historic park in Beverly Hills.
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Runyon Canyon Park

Los Angeles 3.8 mi away
#4 of 100 Nature & Parks in Los Angeles
Discovered this fabulous place which was 10 minutes walk from our hotel (Magic Castle) and when we climbed to the top there was fantastic views of Hollywood sign, Griffith Observatory and the city.
The hike is quiet rewarding in getting great exercise and spectacular scenery of both the natural canyon and the surrounding neighborhoods with expensive homes.
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#7 of 7 Nature & Parks in Beverly Hills
With great restaurants on both sides and stores up and down both streets, this park is a great place to relax and take a break from what you are doing or where you are going.
This fantastic little park in the heart of the commercial district.
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Holmby Park

Los Angeles 1.6 mi away
#42 of 100 Nature & Parks in Los Angeles

Mildred Mathias Botanical Gardens

Los Angeles 2.5 mi away
#29 of 100 Nature & Parks in Los Angeles
It's fun to look at the turtles and fish that inhabit the little creek that is located in the garden too, and there's a copious amount of benches that are sprinkled all through the park where you can relax in the...
There are docent-led tours available and educational programs available, but our self led tours based on the large map on the sign at the bottom trail was a good one.

Lake Hollywood Park

Los Angeles 5.7 mi away
#5 of 100 Nature & Parks in Los Angeles
It is a hidden gem, situated in the Santa Monica Mountains north of the Hollywood neighborhood of Los Angeles, this plush green park is great for hanging with your dogs or take your romantic date for a picnic unde...
The park offers a large grassed area for ball games or picnics, walking /hiking tracks and the playground hs recently been refurbished with cool playground equipment.
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Cheviot Hills Recreation Center

Los Angeles 1.9 mi away
#69 of 100 Nature & Parks in Los Angeles
#38 of 100 Nature & Parks in Los Angeles

Will Rogers State Historic Park

Los Angeles 6.5 mi away
#3 of 100 Nature & Parks in Los Angeles
Have hiked here several times throughout the years and always fun...make sure you take water and a cellphone...sometimes you runinto lot sof hikers or people walking their dogs sometimes its quiet and you are most...
If you continue up the Backbone Trail, you can easily get in 15+ miles roundtrip, as the trails and unpaved fire roads transition into Topanga State Park.
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26-Mile Bike Path

Santa Monica 6.9 mi away
#1 of 19 Nature & Parks in Santa Monica
The views are also to die for and whether you are in Marina del Rey or simply walking towards Santa Monica, you have the ocean with the sand to one sand and some amazing houses, in some areas, or shops, restaurant...
Bike path is well maintained and very little sand on path.. Watch for some stupid walkers.. Two different paths walking and biking!! Great stopping spots for drinks, food and beer or Butt breaks.. Shade..
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Culver City Park

Culver City 4.0 mi away
#1 of 4 Nature & Parks in Culver City
Go to the park by trolley and was transported into the 1930s while they were filming some Laurel and Hardy and Our Gang classics.
Place for kids and place for dogs!

Santa Monica State Beach

Santa Monica 6.8 mi away
#5 of 19 Nature & Parks in Santa Monica
The sand is perfect, nice people, you can have nice walks, you can rent a bike, skateboard, e-bike or whatever and ride it on the special sidewalks and have the ocean breeze just next to you.
Fantastic huge beach on the Pacific Ocean with the famous Santa Monica Pier, endless volleyball nets, bike path, Muscle Beach, eateries, sunshine with epic sunsets.
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Santa Monica Bay

Santa Monica 7.1 mi away
#4 of 19 Nature & Parks in Santa Monica
... all the way to Venice.. great swimming.. and/or great sights, you can either swim on the beach or people watch at muscle beach, you can hire a bike, have a beer.. take a picnic or just watch the sunset.. a must!!
Beautiful ocean views, great bicycle riding,fun shopping, walking distance to 3rd Street Promenade, amusement rides, and an incredible variety of terrific restaurants!
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