Runyon Canyon Park 2001 N Fuller Ave, Los Angeles, CA90046 Runyon Canyon Park is a huge 130 acre park blocks away from Hollywood Boulevard. This is a popular place for hiking, dog…More walking or just enjoying the open air. The park has three entrances, two in the south of the park at the bottom of the hill and another at the top of the hill in the north. Bike riding is permitted on the road, not on the trails. Dog friendly, the park has water dishes for pets. The playground area is enclosed and has no equipment.
Griffith Park is the largest municipal park in the country, with 4,210 acres of natural, chapparal-covered terrain…More and landscaped parkland and picnic areas. The park lies just west of the Golden State Freeway (I-5), roughly between Los Feliz Boulevard to the south and the Ventura Freeway to the north. </p>
<p>The park includes bridle trails, hiking paths and mountain roads. It is home to The Griffith Observatory, one of southern California's most popular attractions. The Observatory is located on the southern slope of Mount Hollywood in Griffith Park, just above the Los Feliz neighborhood. </p>
The Trails Café 2333 Fern Dell Dr, Los Angeles, CA90068 The Trails Café is located high in the Hollywood Hills, making this rustic restaurant and coffee shop a welcome…More rest stop for hikers and families who are visiting the park. The restaurant resembles a fast food stand, with it's rectangular shape and outdoor seating, but don't be fooled—The Trails serves delicious contemporary American fare and everything is made from scratch. Customers can choose from fresh-baked muffins, gourmet coffee, hot chili, avocado sandwiches, goat cheese and zucchini quiches and other tasty California-style dishes. The Trails also offers free Wi-Fi and is pet-friendly, so you don't need to leave your favorite furry hiking partner tied up outside.