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Can’t enjoy an outing without your four-legged friend? Runyon Canyon Park is perfect for you both. This park includes several miles of trails that will get you and your pup in shape for the summer. Warning: parking is tricky, so get there early.
 
This jewel in the heart of Downtown hosts music festivals and free concerts throughout the year. Tucked about a block east from the Los Angeles Music Center, this park is perfect for visitors and natives alike to explore and enjoy an authentic Los Angeles vibe.
 
Paddle yourself into shape by renting a paddleboat at this manmade lake in Echo Park. The perimeter of the park is riddled with food vendors selling churros, fresh fruit and danger dogs.

 
Free parking? Check. Outdoor outlet to charge your phone? Check. Stunning view of downtown? Check. Make your way over to Vista Hermosa Natural Park and take that classic picture on the bench.

 
Walk, run, jog, or stretch out by the coast. This park offers yoga classes and excellent trails along the beach, not to mention stunning views of the Pacific.
 

For the perfect weekend jaunt, head to Greystone Mansion and Garden for a lovely picnic or romantic getaway. Make sure to visit the Koi pond.

 

If you don’t have an insta standing in front of the Hollywood sign, are you even from L.A.?. Pick up your pup and head to Lake Hollywood Park. This designated dog park destination offers several picnic tables for the humans and fenced-in play areas for dogs.

 

Nestled between the San Gabriel River and 605 Fwy, this animal and plant sanctuary is perfect for a leisurely Sunday. The Center has a 1 and 2 mile dirt trail, 1/4 mile paved trail, and an educational center perfect for children and nature enthusiasts alike.

 

Gifted to the city of Los Angeles by the Republic of Korea in 1976, this bell is a symbol of peace, friendship, and honor for those who fought in the Korean War. This beautiful park should be on everyone’s L.A. bucket list

 

This place has it all: a dog park, a skate park, a recreation center, a horticulture center, and a lake. Keep an eye out for the cherry tree blossoms during the spring.