in Pasadena, CA
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There’s nothing better than breathing fresh air and getting in touch with nature. State parks, botanical gardens, trails, lakes, and farms are exactly the place to do it – and this area is full of them.
Take a look at all the options within driving distance – you’ll be surprised at how close your next adventure is. We provide the driving directions, but the sunscreen’s on you!
Arroyo Seco Trails
570 W Ave
Los Angeles, CA 90065 Directions
Discover a natural high when you hike across the Arroyo Seco Trails. Novice and pros alike enjoy the eleven mile trek through the steep San Gabriel Mountain canyons that travel in, out and around babbling streams, rugged mountain terrain, and urban city freeways – some of the most beautiful outdoor landscapes in the state.
Eaton Canyon Park
1750 N Altadena Dr
Pasadena, CA 91107 Directions
Enjoy Mother Nature at Eaton Canyon Park. The 190-acre zoological, botanical, and geological nature preserve is situated at the foot of the picturesque San Gabriel Mountains and offers outdoor lovers hiking trails, a winding stream, peaceful picnic areas and other attractions. It’s the perfect place to be one with nature!
Eco Dive Center
4027 Sepulveda Blvd
Los Angeles, CA 90230 Directions
Dive into an underwater adventure at Eco Dive Center. Let the certified friendly staff introduce you to an exciting diving class to become an open-water diver. These folks make learning easy, fun and most of all safe. They’ll even outfit you with new scuba equipment.
Knott’s Soak City Water Park
8039 Beach Blvd
Buena Park, CA 90620 Directions
Spend a day of family fun in the sun at the Knott’s Soak City Water Park. Enjoy gallons of water adventures when everyone gets wet and wild at park rides and attractions like Kahuna’s Beach House, a 4-story interactive funhouse with five water slides, hose jets, water curtains and 1,000 gallon dropping bucket.
Los Angeles Zoo and Botanical Gardens
5333 Zoo Dr
Los Angeles, CA 90027 Directions
Outdoor lovers love the Los Angeles Zoo and Botanical Gardens. Spend your day talking with more than 1,100 animals from around the world and exploring a beautiful botanical garden at a zoo made famous when two of its primates starred in the 1971 movie Planet of the Apes!
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