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Kenneth Hahn State Recreation Area

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Los Angeles, California, 90056

Rated 5/5 (10 Reviews)
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  • Sunday: 6AM–8PM
    Monday: 6AM–8PM
    Tuesday: 6AM–8PM
    Wednesday: 6AM–8PM
    Thursday: 6AM–8PM
    Friday: 6AM–8PM
    Saturday: 6AM–8PM
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Submitted by Nicole Mazzilli on 04/29/2022

Nicole Mazzilli 5 stars rating.

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Love this park! Lots a grass to have a picnic, they have a few lakes with ducks, a nice walking trail, amazing views for a sunset! and a hummingbird area with lots of animals

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Submitted by APRIL LOGAN on 04/19/2022

APRIL LOGAN 5 stars rating.

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Beautiful park within the city. Wildlife preserved, walking trails, clean restrooms, nice lake to fish, picnic areas and beautiful scenery, ducks, birds fish, you name it. This park also offers themed areas to represent different cultural outdoor experiences. You'll enjoy your visit and look forward to seeing what else you can discover in the park.

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Submitted by Ryan Welch on 04/18/2022

Ryan Welch 5 stars rating.

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A generally overlooked gem in the CA state park system. Free Monday through Friday but CASH ONLY on weekends and holidays. WONDERFUL grounds with multiple hiking trails, ponds, playgrounds, and even a disc golf course. I was able to visit in early January and saw turtles and tons of waterfowl. It was fantastic. It’s huge but can get very popular in the weekends.

If you drive to the top of the bowl, you can see almost all of LA. Bonus points for being able to WALK via bridge to the Culver steps. Kenneth Hahn is a wonderful place for any type of visit.

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Submitted by Tony Rosales on 02/27/2022

Tony Rosales 5 stars rating.

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Great way to spend the day with family and friends enjoying the beautiful scenery. My Son and I come out here every other week. We enjoy the trails up in the hills and the ponds with the ducks and turtles.

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Submitted by Robert Torrez on 02/08/2022

Robert Torrez 4 stars rating.

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You have to pay $7 to enter on the weekend, which isn’t too much, but if you want to enjoy the outdoors with family or your pets, there are plenty of other nice parks with no entrance fee. Apart from that, once you enter there is plenty of parking and a lot of space to settle down whether you want a private table or just a spot on the grass. There are gorgeous views of downtown and west LA, which is my favorite thing about this park. I see people come here for picnics, birthday parties, biking, and running.

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Submitted by Anthony Herrera on 01/28/2022

Anthony Herrera 5 stars rating.

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This park is awesome! Plenty of things to do from sitting by the pond, running, taking your kid to one of the multiple playgrounds. If you can find parking all the way at the top they have another park with seating a walk path and grilling area. Plenary of bathrooms and the best part is you can see the LA skyline with mountains in the background ???? ⛰

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Submitted by Mely De Trotamundos on 01/10/2022

Mely de trotamundos 5 stars rating.

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If you want to feel nature close to you there's a place in LA where you can go and feeling this way ✨.

There's a homing bird garden where all the birds can drink water and get some food.
There's a beautiful view and everything is free. A good place to work out and breath . You can let it go all your worries ???? and be calm again.

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Submitted by Katie Dellegrotti on 01/01/2022

Katie Dellegrotti 5 stars rating.

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One of the most beautiful parks in Los Angeles! We finally decided to check this place out after talking about it for months (we recently moved to the area).

There are beautiful panoramic views of all of LA - downtown with the white capped mountains in the back, the ocean, Hollywood sign and more. Such a special place.

There are play grounds, picnic areas, fitness equipment, lakes, ducks, fishing and more. This park is awesome - so plan a day to picnic, relax, hike, or take some breathtaking photos on a day right after a rain. The views won’t quit!

Also you can hike the Culver City stairs and walk over the bridge to access the park. That or park on premise but you have to pay for parking which is only $7. Well worth it to support a park like this!

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Submitted by Billie Evans on 10/23/2021

Billie Evans 4 stars rating.

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This state park is great for easy to moderate hiking. The most challenging leg of the hike was getting to the entrance at the Eastern Gate.

I was visiting my son, who lives nearby, right next to Jim Gilliam Park, not even a mile away from the entrance. The easy way to walk there would be to walk up straight up La Cienega Blvd, but there is very little shoulder on the road with fast moving traffic, making it unsafe to travel up there by foot. The only other way, from where we were, to get there is challenging. I'm in pretty good shape for 64, so I considered the steep, hilly roads through the Baldwin Hills neighborhood to be a strong, solid cardio and leg workout!

The main walking paths are well marked with small, dusty gravel. I loved the exercise equipment along the walkways. (Although I did not partake!) There's a charming area dedicated to hummingbirds! It's nicely maintained, dozens of feeders, freshly filled. A bazillion tiny hummingbirds fluttering around and singing those cute little hummingbird songs was an unexpected surprise.

The brush is not lush and green like some other trails, but more dusty and dry. The views are great but not as amazing as other hikes I've taken through Griffith Park or to the Hollywood sign, or the Getty. The lack of crowds makes up all that, though. It's a quiet park, or at least it was on the day we were there. The park is HUGE, I only saw a tiny area. I would definitely visit again to explore other trails.

Rather than walk down the hills to get back, we caught a bus, right at the trail head.

It was a great afternoon, highly recommended!

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Submitted by Umesh Chaudhari on 08/17/2021

Umesh Chaudhari 5 stars rating.

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I am happy visiting this park, I was not thought my family enjoyed this much. There are few trails. I took water fall trail and bridge trail with my family. You have to pay entry fee of $7 at main gate of park rest areas included ( Including Doris Japanese Garden, view point) This park have artificial water falls, picnic areas, kids play area. I and my family enjoyed this park more than we thought.

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