A California State Park along the Los Angeles River north of downtown Los Angeles in the neighborhood of Cypress Park. The 247-acre (1.00 km2) park includes restored wetlands featuring native plants as well as sports fields, a children’s playground and a recreation building. Rio de Los Angeles State Park is currently managed in partnership with the City of Los Angeles Department of Parks and Recreation.
Monday – Friday: 10:00 am – 9:00 pm
Saturday – 9:00 am – 4:00 pm
This Park Is A Pocket Park; This Park Is Unstaffed, Unlocked, And Open From Dawn To Dusk. Named after World War I aviator Greayer Clover, located at the corner of N. Figueroa St. and Marmion Way.
Located at the former site of Lawry’s California Center. With over 6 acres of mission-style buildings and gardens, this complex is operated by the Santa Monica Mountains Conservancy and is host to numerous environmental non-profits, such as: Friends of the Los Angeles River, Northeast Trees, the Los Angeles Conservation Corps, LA Works, and the National Park Service Rivers, Trails and Conservation Assistance Program. The River Center gardens, as well as the adjacent River Garden Park, are open to the public during daylight hours; 570 W. Avenue 26.