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Living DIRECTLY across the river from Griffith Park for over 30 years has taught me to appreciate a few things. 1st...It is the Largest Muni Park in the World!! Oh yeah over 4,000 acres. From Travel Town Train Museum to the North, 5 Fwy on...More
It took trying on two evenings to get a place to park. The hike up is not suitable for everyone so we needed to park closer. Both nights the main parking area was full, but we were able to park on the approaching road on...More
Ok, my reason for coming here was probably a bit different than most. I was looking for a few hours of trail running in the L.A. area, while also checking out the Hollywood sign. I sort of can’t believe that after nearly 40 years in...More
Griffith Park is a great place to hike. The Mt. Hollywood hiking trail was moderately challenging and provided incredible views of the Hollywood hills. The trail culminates with two nice vantage points for photo ops with the Hollywood Sign. Very clean trail.
A highlight of our visit to LA. Great place for getting amazing photos of Hollywood sign and view over the city. Also enjoyed the gardens around observatory. Gets crowded so plan accordingly. Would love to visit for sunset views and also see inside the observatory...More
I have been at night and in the afternoon under full sunlight. I prefer the evening views and the lights of planes coming in or leaving from the LA area airports. But the views at any time of day are breathtaking. Plus you can see...More
The park is between the city, the old zoo and the gold course; the observatory with the same name; and Hollywood sign. Very hot and most of the area totally brown in summer. Watch your feet going up and down the hills. The slopes will...More