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Hermosa Beach Pier

1 Pier Ave, Hermosa Beach, CA 90254, USA The Hermosa Beach Pier extends over 1,100 feet from the Strand toward the scenic Pacific Ocean. The pier structure was built in 1964 and renovated in the early 2000s. To ensure the Hermosa Beach Pier remains an enjoyable and safe place for all, there are rules that…

Manhattan Beach Pier

2 Manhattan Beach Blvd, Manhattan Beach, CA 90266, United States This state’s historic landmark was built in 1920, and it is the oldest concrete Pier on the West Coast. The Manhattan Beach Pier was designed in 1916 by A.L. Harris to replace the old “Iron Pier” that the 1913 storm destroyed. The Manhattan Beach Pier…

Redondo Beach Pier

Website  |  Fisherman’s Wharf, Fishermans Wharf, Redondo Beach, CA 90277 The Redondo Beach Pier was originally built in 1888 to handle the massive lumber trade from the Pacific Northwest. The current horseshoe-shaped and seventh-generation Pier stands 25 feet above the water, spans over 70,000 square feet of open space, and stretches out into the Pacific Ocean….

Veterans Park

This 6.3-acre Park features beautiful green areas, scenic views, big trees, and play equipment, and it is located at the corner of Torrence Boulevard and South Catalina Ave. Also found in the Park are the Veterans Park Senior Center and the Veterans Park Community Center. The 4,172 square foot Veterans Park Senior Center features a…

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,…

Rudolph Park in Lawndale California

Before Lawndale was what it is today, it used to be dunes. The design of this Park takes inspiration from Lawndale’s geomorphology and mixes it with modern architecture to create a unique landscape. This 2-acre Park is filled with beautiful places for kids to play, exercise, socialize, and even host events! The main goal of…

Lawndale’s Top Sights for Bonding

A vacation to Lawndale should include a fun sightseeing experience with your family and friends. Spend a wonderful afternoon at the park and enjoy some outdoor activities. Explore Lawndale and find these parks where you can have a great bonding time with your loved ones. Jim Thorpe Park The Jim Thorpe Park is located on…

Top Sites in Hawthorne, Lawndale

Hawthorne is home to about 85,000 people and is situated in the southwestern part of Los Angeles. It is situated in the heart of Southern California’s biggest interstate highways giving the visitors access to the attractions in the area. Apart from that, Hawthorne is close to the area’s amazing beaches and towns that are frequently…

While you are at Lawndale, visit these most visited parks

Lawndale is approximately 2 miles south of Hawthorne and 12 miles north of Long Beach. The metropolitan area of Los Angeles-Long Beach encompasses the city. There are numerous fun activities to do in Lawndale for individuals who are young or young at heart, like hiking, golf, diving and snorkeling. Those who would like to unwind…

Highly Recommended Community Parks to Visit in Hawthorne

The city of Hawthorne was founded in 1905 and just like the other parts of Los Angeles, Hawthorne has a Mediterranean climate. There are various things that you can do in Hawthorne, you can do sightseeing, enjoy the nightlife, go to museums and the list goes on. What I have here are some of the…

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