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Elysian Park was set aside for public use when Los Angeles was founded in 1781. The second largest city park in LA. 600-acre Elysian retains much of its natural chaparral, a landscape crisscrossed with hiking trails. At the central picnic area are barbeque pits, a small man-made lake, and children'
Founded in 1781, Elysian Park is Los Angeles second largest urban oasis (right behind Griffith Park). Its 600 acres are planted with native chaparral and eucalyptus and ficus trees, and provide hiking trails, picnic areas, and playing fields to the nature-craving residents of central and eastern Lo
Elysian Park is a good place for a laid-back urban hike with the family, especially suited for leisurely exploration. The second largest city park in LA, 600-acre Elysian retains much of its natural chaparral, a landscape crisscrossed with hiking trails. The Portola Trail which circles the park in
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