While you are at Lawndale, visit these most visited parks

Lawndale is approximately 2 miles south of Hawthorne and 12 miles north of Long Beach. The metropolitan area of Los Angeles-Long Beach encompasses the city. There are numerous fun activities to do in Lawndale for individuals who are young or young at heart, like hiking, golf, diving and snorkeling. Those who would like to unwind can sunbathe on the nearby beaches. Shopping is another favorite activity in the city and there are many cafes and restaurants to choose from.

The following are the recommendations for nearby Lawndale attractions where you and your family can have an enjoyable time.

Alondra Park

Alondra Community Regional Park is probably the largest park in Manhattan Seaside, Hermosa Seaside and Redondo Beach. It is also the closest park to the ocean and the beach cities of Manhattan Beach, Hermosa Beach and Redondo Beach. The 53-acre park was designed with a wooded rural environment and grassland setting in the middle of a gorgeous urban lake. A California native plant garden on the lake’s island draws butterflies and wild birds moving across Santa Catalina Island and the Palos Verdes Peninsula.

This park offers a variety of amenities and activities, including one with a baseball field for guests to play baseball on, children’s playgrounds, picnic tables, skate parks, grilling areas, fishing lakes and more. This park allows you to bring your dogs as well.


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Del Aire Park

A former Los Angeles County Supervisor, Kenneth Han, was honored with a seven-acre community park named after him. Previously, it was featured in a Los Angeles Times article as one of the greatest places to play pickup basketball in the Los Angeles area. Over the previous five years, the park has undergone several rehabilitation projects, including a new children’s play area. This park provides a wide range of activities, such as sports and others.

Hangar 18

Hangar 18 is also a wonderful place to visit if you want to spend your time visiting a fascinating and challenging attraction. Anyone living in or visiting the Los Angeles area will find Hangar 18 South Bay to be an excellent climbing gym. This gym, just off the 405 freeway, features top-rope climbing with a slab wall, auto-belays, a fantastic range of bouldering with many top out sites, a big lead climbing cave, a kilter board also yoga or party deck.