DWG Map Pasadena California US

Pasadena, California, is home to several beautiful nature parks and outdoor recreational areas that offer a wide range of outdoor activities and natural beauty. Here are some of the prominent nature parks in and around Pasadena:

  1. Eaton Canyon Natural Area: Located in the San Gabriel Mountains, Eaton Canyon Natural Area is a popular destination for hikers and nature enthusiasts. The park features a stunning 40-foot waterfall, which is a rewarding destination at the end of a moderately challenging hike. There are also numerous trails for hiking and bird watching.
  2. Arroyo Seco: The Arroyo Seco is a natural watercourse that runs through Pasadena. It offers a lovely setting for picnicking, hiking, and biking. The Lower Arroyo Park has picturesque paths and green spaces for relaxation, and you can also find the historic Colorado Street Bridge nearby.
  3. Hahamongna Watershed Park: This park, often referred to as the Arroyo Seco Confluence, is an expansive natural area with a wetlands habitat. It’s an excellent place for birdwatching, as well as hiking and picnicking. The park also connects to the Gabrielino Trail, which extends into the San Gabriel Mountains.
  4. Angeles National Forest: While not technically within Pasadena city limits, the Angeles National Forest is easily accessible from Pasadena and offers a vast expanse of wilderness. You can explore numerous hiking trails, camp, and enjoy stunning mountain scenery within a short drive from the city.
  5. The Huntington Library, Art Museum, and Botanical Gardens: While not a traditional nature park, the Huntington boasts extensive botanical gardens with a wide variety of plants from around the world. It’s a peaceful place to explore and learn about different types of flora.
  6. Descanso Gardens: Located in nearby La Cañada Flintridge, Descanso Gardens is another beautiful botanical garden with a wide range of plant collections, including camellias, roses, and California native plants. The gardens offer a serene environment for leisurely strolls and picnicking.
  7. Los Angeles County Arboretum and Botanic Garden: Located in nearby Arcadia, this extensive garden spans 127 acres and features a diverse collection of plants from around the world. It’s not only a place to connect with nature but also to explore various gardens and historic structures.

These nature parks and outdoor areas in and around Pasadena offer a fantastic opportunity to escape the city and connect with the natural beauty of Southern California. Whether you’re interested in hiking, picnicking, birdwatching, or simply enjoying the tranquility of a garden, Pasadena has a lot to offer for nature enthusiasts.

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