DWG Map North Hollywood California US

North Hollywood, located in the San Fernando Valley of Los Angeles, California, is known for its urban environment, but it also offers access to some natural and recreational areas. While North Hollywood itself isn’t filled with extensive nature parks, there are nearby options in the greater Los Angeles area. Here are a few natural and recreational areas you can explore:

  1. Griffith Park: Griffith Park is one of the largest urban parks in the United States and is just a short drive from North Hollywood. It offers a wide range of outdoor activities, including hiking, horseback riding, and picnicking. The park is home to numerous trails, including the popular Griffith Observatory hike, which offers stunning views of the city and the iconic Griffith Observatory itself.
  2. Runyon Canyon Park: Located in the Hollywood Hills, Runyon Canyon is a popular spot for hiking and enjoying panoramic views of the city. The trails range in difficulty, and it’s a great place for both beginners and experienced hikers. The park is known for its celebrity sightings and is a great place for people-watching.
  3. Deervale-Stone Canyon Park: Situated in the nearby community of Sherman Oaks, this park offers a more peaceful and secluded natural experience. It has hiking trails, lush vegetation, and some wildlife. It’s a nice escape from the city’s hustle and bustle.
  4. Los Angeles River Bikeway: While not a traditional nature park, the Los Angeles River Bikeway is a popular route for biking, jogging, and walking. It follows the Los Angeles River and provides a scenic escape from the city. The North Hollywood portion of the bikeway is a great place to enjoy some outdoor exercise.
  5. Hansen Dam Recreation Area: Located a bit further from North Hollywood, the Hansen Dam Recreation Area offers a large reservoir, picnic areas, and opportunities for water sports and bird-watching. It’s a great place for a day of family fun.

While North Hollywood itself may not have large nature parks, its proximity to other parts of Los Angeles provides plenty of opportunities for outdoor activities and enjoying nature. Whether you’re interested in hiking, biking, or simply taking in some scenic views, you can find options within a short drive from North Hollywood.

Author: Kirill Shrayber, Ph.D.

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