Hollenbeck Park 415 S St Louis St, Los Angeles, CA90033 Hollenbeck Park is under the management and operation of the City of Los Angeles Department of Recreation and Parks.…More Park features include a play area for children, an auditorium, outdoor unlighted basketball courts and picnic tables. The park also has an indoor gym.
Rockwood/Colton Park 1571 Rockwood St, Los Angeles, CA90026 Rockwood/Colton Park offers visitors a children's playground and picnic area. The eco-friendly park also features…More solar-powered lights. The park is maintained by the Los Angeles Department of Recreation and Parks.
Vista Hermosa Natural Park 100 N Toluca St, Los Angeles, CA90026 Located in Los Angeles and a joint effort by the Santa Monica Mountains Conservancy and the Mountains Recreation and…More Conservation Authority, Vista Hermosa Natural Park is a 10.5 acre public community space which features a wide variety of amenities and recreational activity opportunities, including a soccer field, picnic grounds, playground, walking trails, outdoor amphitheater and more. For information on interpretive programs or public events, be sure to call the telephone number or visit the website provided.
Peter Shire 1850 Echo Park Ave, Los Angeles, CA90026 Peter Shire is located on the north end of Echo Park avenue in Echo Park. It offers an array of services from an…More art gallery to bicycle repairs. For the most part it is a scrap metal artist and proudly displays work in the yard but offers private showings of more expensive pieces. It is a great atmosphere.
Silver Lake Recreation Center 1850 W Silver Lake Dr, Los Angeles, CA90026 Silver Lake Recreation Center is a community resource which provides recreational facilities to members of the public in…More Silver Lake. Features include a full-sized adult basketball court, an indoor kids basketball court and gym, two outdoor play sets for kids, a large grassy field, two dog parks and a trail around the lake used for running and jogging.
Echo Park Lake 751 Echo Park Ave, Los Angeles, CA90026 Echo Park Lake is managed and maintained by the City of Los Angeles Department of Recreation and Parks. The lake is open…More yearly and includes such features as a path for walking, picnic areas, paddle boats, a boat house and areas for fishing. Lotus flowers also grow nearby from June to September. The lake is known by residents as a great place for dog walking, family visits, nature walks and scenic observation.
Echo Park Recreational Center 1632 Bellevue Ave, Los Angeles, CA90026 Echo Park Recreational Center inhabits the center, as well as a number of facilities around Echo Park. The sizeable…More indoor gymnasium sits right on the edge of Echo Lake on Bellevue Avenue. It is used as a gym, with basketball courts, year-round pool and more, as well as an auditorium in which numerous events take place, and a community room. The gymnasium's capacity is 450. Outside and around the lake you'll find lighted baseball diamond and basketball courts, children's play area, football field, an outdoor pool and award-winning tennis courts. They also have picnic tables, and the Annual Lotus Festival takes place here. They have both summer and winter camps for kids of all ages.
Al's Cycle Shop 1645 Glendale Blvd, Los Angeles, CA90026 Al Ladera has been doing business his way, in the heart of Echo Park for many years. The reason for…More Al's persistence is simple: his customers like his attitude and the work gets done right. Indeed, Al is extremely friendly and it is common for one to find him barbecuing for his staff during an extended lunch break. When Al isn't grilling he serves all manners of motorcycles, from cruisers, to dirt and street bikes. Al's is a full service repair shop with a going hourly rate of $69.00.
Los Angeles Police Revolver & Athletic Club 1880 Academy Dr, Los Angeles, CA90012 Los Angeles Police Revolver & Athletic Club (LAPRAAC), also known as the Los Angeles Police Academy, is where Los…More Angeles police officers go for training to begin their careers. The Police Academy was founded 70 years ago by police officers of Los Angeles who felt the need for a recreation and physical fitness meeting point for students, trainees and police officers. The Police Academy is located in beautiful Elysian Park, just outside of downtown Los Angeles.