Bike Rentals

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Spokes 'N Stuff Bike Rentals
4730 Crystal Springs Dr.
(Rangers Station Parking Lot)
Los Angeles, CA 90027

(323) 662-6573 Rental Location
(323) 653-4099 Main Office / Bike Shop

Monday – Friday 2:00 p.m. – 6:00 p.m., Memorial Day to Labor Day

Saturday – Sunday 10:30 a.m. – Sundown, Year Round Cash only during weekdays

Rent bicycles and tour Griffith Park, the largest municipal park in Los Angeles.


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Camp Hollywoodland for Girls
(213) 467-7193
Nestled in a 55-acre area overlooking the Hollywood Hills, this camp conducts weekly, weekend, and parent-child sleepover camps for girls age 6-17, operated by the Los Angeles City Recreation and Parks Department. All sessions include swimming, crafts, hiking, campfire singing, and horseback riding. Organized groups of 50 or more people may rent the camp during unscheduled periods.

Griffith Park Boys' Camp
(213) 664-0571
Located on Spur Road off Griffith Park Drive, the camp provides organized camping on weekends and holidays, open to boys 7-14 years of age. Organized groups of 50 or more people may rent the camp during unscheduled periods.


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Harding Municipal Golf Course
Address 4730 Crystal Springs Drive
Los Angeles, CA 90027
Phone (323) 663-2555
Yards-Par 6,536-Par 72
Regulation Courses 18-Hole Course
Los Feliz Municipal Golf Course
Address 3207 Los Feliz Blvd. Los Angeles, CA 90039
Phone (323) 663-7758
Yards-Par Par 3
Regulation Courses Special Course
Roosevelt Municipal Golf Course
Address 2650 N. Vermont Ave. Los Angeles, CA 90027
Phone (323) 665-2011
Yards-Par 2,400-Par 33
Regulation Courses 9-Hole Course
Wilson Municipal Golf Course
Address 4730 Crystal Springs Dr. Los Angeles, CA 90027
Phone (323) 663-2555
Yards-Par 6,942-Par 72
Regulation Courses 18-Hole Course


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Hiking into the rugged hills and sparsely developed areas is perhaps one of the most popular forms of recreation in Griffith Park. Hikers are allowed to use the entire 53-mile network of trails, fire roads and bridle paths. Maps of trails and current information on trail closures and special restrictions are available at the Ranger Station, (323) 913-4688. All trails in the park are closed at dusk. Open fires and smoking are not allowed. One of the most rewarding hikes in the park is the trail leading from the Observatory parking lot to the summit of Mount Hollywood, the highest peak of the park, which affords spectacular views of the entire Los Angeles Basin. Hikers should approach the park with caution; Griffith Park is a wilderness area with wild quail, rodents, foxes, coyotes, rattlesnakes and deer.

For your safety and to protect the habitat please stay on the designated trails

Horseback Riding

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Riders have many specially marked trails, fire, and patrol roads within the park boundaries. All trails are closed at sunset. Riders may walk, trot, or canter horses, but must remain on marked trails at all times. Stables located near the parks northwestern and southwestern boundaries are privately owned.


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Favorite routes for jogging are Griffith Park Drive from the Los Feliz Boulevard/Riverside Drive entrance, Crystal Springs Drive in Park Center to the Los Angeles Zoo, and Zoo Drive to the Travel Town Museum.

Griffith Park Run

Griffith Park Run 2018 Flyer


Registration Fees: $30 for the 5K and $60 for the Half Marathon UNTIL NOVEMBER 12

A community road race in historic Griffith Park will support LA city parks.

Runners on the pavement in historic Griffith Park for a Half Marathon and 5K road race circling the LA Zoo and Gene Autry Museum, bypassing horse trails, the LA River and golf courses and starting and finishing in the central park meadow with an EXPO of food and product vendors, kids zone, beer garden and much more.

The Half Marathon and 5K road race in Griffith Park is organized by the Los Angeles Parks Foundation and the City of LA’s Department of Recreation and Parks. The Foundation is dedicated to promoting and enhancing the city’s public park system, which includes over 450 public parks and recreation centers stretching over more than 16,000 acres.

Sunday, January 28, 2018
6:00 am to 11:30 am
Half Marathon start time: 7:00 am
5K start time: 8:00 am

Park Center, Griffith Park
4730 Crystal Springs Drive
Los Angeles, CA 90027

2018 Event Sponsors KTLA, Los Angeles Magazine, AltaMed, City National Bank, Live Nation, Brewers Guild, GameTime, Groundwork, Los Angeles Department of Water and Power, Road Runner Sports and David Ryu

For more information about the Griffith Park Run, please visit

For your safety and to protect the habitat please stay on the designated trails


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Picnic Area Location
Crystal Springs Crystal Springs Drive, enter at Ranger Station.
Mineral Wells Griffith Park Drive near Harding Golf Course.
Old Zoo Off Griffith Park Drive; tables place around obsolete animal cages from the original Los Angeles Zoo.
Park Center Crystal Springs Drive, near the Griffith Park Merry-Go-Round; featuring playground equipment.
Pecan Grove Zoo Drive between the Victory Blvd. Bridge and the Los Angeles Zoo.
For information call Griffith Park Visitor's Center
(323) 644-2050


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John Ferraro Athletic Fields. This 26-acre facility has five regulation and two practive soccer and rugby fields available for City-sponsored and independent leagues. The fields are located on Zoo Drive in the Riverdale section of Griffith Park near the intersection of the 5 Freeway, the 134 Freeway and the Los Angeles River. Reservations are required. For information and reservations call (213) 485-7611 or (818) 246-5613.


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"The Plunge," Griffith Park's swimming pool, located at the Riverside Drive and Los Feliz Boulevard, is open during the summer months. For more information, call 323-644-6878.


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Tennis Court Location / Info Phone
Griffith-Riverside Pay Tennis Located on Riverside Drive near the Griffith Recreation Center Complex.
These courts are fee reservation by the hour.
Vermont Pay Tennis Located on Commonwealth Drive, enter park through the Vermont Avenue entrance.
These courts are fee reservation by the hour.
Griffith Park Drive Courts Located in Park Center in the vicinity of the Merry-Go-Round.
The Griffith Park Drive Courts are free to the public, on a first-come, first-serve basis, working under the system whereby players are asked to play only one set of tennis or volley for an hour at a time. Players must relinquish the court to waiting players after the conclusion of one set.
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For information call this number


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In most developed areas of the park, games and sports are played frequently by groups. There are also special areas set aside for soccer, badminton, baseball, and softball. Children's playgrounds, in addition to the main area off Griffith Park Drive in Park Center, are found at various locations in the park, usually near picnic grounds.