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Los Angeles State Historic Park

1245 North Spring Street
213-620-6152

Los Angeles State Historic Park provides an extraordinary opportunity for recreation and education in the heart of Los Angeles. Within its 32 acres of open space directly adjacent to Chinatown, park visitors can wander pathways and enjoy a view of downto Read more…


Reviews

Monika Petroczy

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Thursday, July 5, 2018
I went to disclose your fest here with my friends and I was very impressed with how nice the park is. Beautiful landscaping and bathrooms and the like. The only bummer was that there’s a super long fence and you can’t get it out of the park except for the long walk between both ends but if you don’t mind a quarter mile between entrances it’s all good

Sean Waggoner

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Monday, June 25, 2018
Los Angeles State Historical park is beautiful, and has a lot of open space. Clean facilities and great views. I attended Disclosure Fest there and it was the perfect venue, the state park rangers were very helpful and friendly. There was a good amount of parking and it's very easy to find. It has been recently renovated in fact they were still doing some of the improvements. Dog friendly and great place for a picnic or bbq.

Jack Dawson

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Tuesday, June 26, 2018
Really nice park, very peaceful with very few people visiting at the hours I was there 11 am to 12:30 pm only some people jogging here and there and some couples. Restrooms were clean and water fountains were working. It is a new park the trees are not yet fully grown so there wasn't much shade. But overall it was a nice break from the commotion of Downtown La felt almost like I was on a farm.

Brian Snyder

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Monday, June 18, 2018
This park is amazing. It's big enough to play games, like Frisbee. Lots of walking paths. Extremely well taken care of. Beautiful. The bathrooms are 6-star. I love this park.

JR Curley

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Sunday, May 27, 2018
This beautiful park is home to many, many events and concerts. A large grassy area that goes from the SW to NE, there are walking paths, small bridges and more. A great place to just sit back and relax - even though you're deep in the city - you can loose yourself in the serenity. For concerts, parking can get pretty rough. I suggest you look for street parking first, which can be down some fairly sketchy side roads. Security for concerts is good, with plenty of restroom facilities and a large space dedicated to merch. The sound is good, just know it can get pretty chilly at night!

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