When coming to Los Angeles, you'll have to search long and hard if you want to find a place to take in the natural wonder of Southern California, but apartment-ites will find it well worth effort once they can find a park to call their own. One such fantastic space to hang is Griffith Park, over four thousand acres perfect for any kind of outdoor activities an apartment-ite could want, from jogging, to camping, to playing sports, or just lie on the lawn enjoying a pleasant California day.
Griffith Park is a fantastic place to take the family for a day of fun. They have twenty-six acres of soccer fields for your footy needs, as well as numerous tennis courts, both and pay and free to the public, and even a golf course for those up for a serious game. They also have several miles of trail just perfect for jogging, and picnic tables scattered around for a nice family meal together. If you want to stay the night in the park, they have beauty camp grounds overlooking the Hollywood hills, so you can feel like a star while sleeping under the stars.
Griffith Park is also home to many fun and interesting attractions. The most famous of these would the Griffith Observatory, one of the top places for those interesting in astronomy and our solar system, and with one of the best planetariums in the country. Also in the park is the Los Angeles Zoo, full of every animal you could want to see, and plenty of educational experiences as well. It's also home to a beautiful merry-go-round, an equestrian center, and a Greek theater, so there's no end to the fun you can have during a day at the park.
They say the best way to escape from a hectic day is to simply take a walk in the park to forget it all, and Griffith Park gives Los Angeles apartment residents a chance to do just that, while taking in plenty of fun activities and attractions at the same time, leaving you with an afternoon full of fun and memories.