Kenneth Hahn Recreation Area is a 2.8 mile moderately trafficked loop trail located near Los Angeles, CA that features beautiful wild flowers. The trail is good for all skill levels offers a number of activity options. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.
dogs on leash
$6 parking on weekends. We didn't know about parking costs and left cash at home. There is free parking on Stocker and La Brea.
Kenneth Hann Park is great for mountain bike training. It's hills and many extensive technical curves are sometimes difficult to maneuver; however, with extreme caution, a rider can overcome and learn from such trails. Great for an early/ afternoon hike/mountain bike ride! This is what I like to call my "back yard" for training purposes.
First time at this Park for hiking and walking had a great time
Wow. My boyfriend and I hiked up to Autumn's Peak to watch the 4th of July fireworks and it was amazing. Big payoff for relatively little work. Because it was after hours we parked down by La Brea and Don Lorenzo Dr. so we wouldn't get ticketed. So we had some boring ground to cross before we got to the recreation center loop. It doesn't really get interesting until you go east of Cloverdale Ave. but the view up at Autumn's Peak was amazing and fireworks were literally going off all over the city for hours. Absolutely fantastic.
Love to do this hike when I pick up or drop off at LAX.
Full loop directions on my blog:
A great close destination. An island of nature in the midst of petroleum ugliness. You can't get lost; downhill leads back to your car.
Not bad. Little confused on where to start, but we figured it out. Just park, climb the hill, and turn right. That will lead you to park where you can jog with others.
love coming here with my great diamond in the rough with great views of Downtown! and love the new exercise equipment.
great view of LAX and Santa Monica
Great hike and beautiful scenery!
Hidden gem right smack in the middle of this megalopolis called L.A. If you live here, GO!! You won't regret it! Any MUST DO for any REAL Angelino
Picture of the stairs is the vista pacifica trail that is not part of the main area of the state park. It's near Culver City park off Hetzler. Have fished at Baldwin Hills State Park (pre Kenneth Hahn) a couple of times and have hiked it maybe a half dozen times since 1988. They finally have the waterfall working after years of it just sitting there rotting away. Think I extended the hike to a full 4 miles as I started on the La Cienga side walking to the Japanese garden, the waterfall and up to the lookout area before following a road down and then paralleling La Brea and coming back up from the intersection of Stocker and La Brea and then doing both the La Brea Loop and the Bowl Loop trails. Then walking back down the road past the community center to the stream and the lake and back to the trailhead starting point. Fair hike with above avg views. Give the stroll a 5.2 rating.