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Alondra Community Regional Park

This 53-acre Regional Park is the largest park close to the ocean and the beach cities of Hermosa Beach, Redondo Beach, and Manhattan Beach. It is designed with a wooded, almost rural landscape and prairie setting along the beautiful urban lake. Alondra park’s proximity to the ocean and urban river, along with its meadow lawns, lake, and woodlands, contributes to the park’s correct functioning as a natural landscaped habitat and environment for migratory upland and wetland birds. Alondra Park serves 237,000 people in Lawndale, Gardena, Torrence, Hawthorne, and the unincorporated El Camino Village. The lake’s island has a native Californian plant garden that attracts native butterflies and wild birds that migrate from Santa Catalina Island and the Palos Verdes Peninsula.

If you’re a visitor, the first thing you’ll notice about Alondra Park is how generous the park’s amenities are. Alondra Community Regional Park is home to a large lake, a playground, fields, a rec center/pool, picnic tables, and even a super-nice skate park. It is well-maintained and offers nice areas to stroll around the lake and soft, rubber turf playgrounds for kids to play in.

Alondra Community Regional Park is also home to friendly Canadian and white geese and squirrels. This park is a lovely nature escape with outstanding picturesque views and amenities. Here’s a list of all the amenities this park has to offer:

  • Baseball fields
  • Children play areas
  • Picnic tables
  • Restrooms
  • Skate Parks
  • Splash Pads
  • Barbecue
  • Civic Art
  • Fishing lakes
  • Fitness Par Courses
  • Group picnic shelters
  • Lakes
  • Memorials
  • Outdoor stages
  • Picnic shelters
  • Softball fields
  • Day camps
  • Pools

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Important Hotel Updates:

Our business and fitness center are under renovation. If you need anything printed, you can stop by the front desk.

We are no longer offering shuttle service.