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Los Angeles Park Rangers

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Los Angeles Park Rangers

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Los Angeles Park Rangers

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The mission of the City of Los Angeles Park Ranger Division is to enrich the lives of the residents of Los Angeles by providing safe, welcoming parks and recreation facilities for people of all ages to play, learn, contemplate, build a sense of community, and be good stewards of our environment. Park Rangers, through careful efforts, protect those who are using parks and protect park resources so that future generations may enjoy them. Los Angeles City parks are open to the public from 5:00 am until 10:30 pm, unless otherwise posted. Several parks or designated areas have been authorized for sunset closure. Some park facilities offer equestrian trails for riding horses. Park space is usually available on a first-come, first-served basis for picnicking and other recreation opportunities, though in some instances a reservation may be required. Please inquire directly to the facility of interest for information prior to your visit. Park Rangers currently only provide service to Griffith Park, Runyon Canyon, Elysian Park, Hansen Dam, Debs Park, and Harbor Regional Recreation Area.

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The mission of the City of Los Angeles Park Ranger Division is to enrich the lives of the residents of Los Angeles by providing safe, welcoming parks and recreation facilities for people of all ages to play, learn, contemplate, build a sense of community, and be good stewards of our environment. Park Rangers, through careful efforts, protect those who are using parks and protect park resources so that future generations may enjoy them.

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Griffith Park

With over 4,210 acres of both natural chapparal-covered terrain and landscaped parkland and picnic areas, Griffith Park is one of the largest municipal parks with urban wilderness areas in the United States.

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Elysian

Elysian Park is the city’s oldest public park and, at 575-acres, the second largest after Griffith Park. It is home to numerous historic sites, including the Los Angeles Police Academy and Barlow Hospital, that are linked by miles of walking trails.

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Griffith Observatory

An icon of Los Angeles, a national leader in public astronomy, a beloved civic gathering place, and one of southern California's most popular attractions.

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Lake Hollywood

Lake Hollywood Park grants you a view of the Hollywood Sign from below. It is an excellent place to take a picnic lunch and socialize with the local dog owners while you admire the renowned landmark.

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Harbor

Ken Malloy Harbor Regional Park Machado Lake is home to over 300 separate species of migratory birds. The lake is part of the natural water habitat of Southern California for native animals and plants.

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City Wide and Hansen Dam

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