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1632 Bellevue Ave Los Angeles, CA 90026
1632 Bellevue AvenueUSCaliforniaLos Angeles90026
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Lakefront green space with city vistas, walking paths & pedal boats, plus an indoor swimming pool.- Google
"Awesome place with such breathtaking views."
"Children under 2 cant take the pedal boat ride."
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Jenny Weigle
6 months ago
Wish I lived by this spot because I would go there every day! It's a great place for a picnic, a run around the lake, or renting a pedal boat (which is what I did). Perfect summer activity and being on the lake felt great! It's really affordable too...$5 per child and $10 per adult. Cash only though.
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Steve Chiang
7 months ago
I see lots of potential for this park. I came here for the boat paddling which goes for about $20.00 from what I remembered. Nice place to take a love one or date to.
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Brandon Sanchez
a month ago
Awesome place with such breathtaking views
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lemon frog
4 months ago
Even better after the renovation! A must see!
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Miranda Keala Priestley Norris
7 months ago
Echo Park is a beautiful place for a picnic, riding paddleboats, running, or photographing lotus flowers. Lots of benches; wish there were more shade. I've heard tales of elote being sold by one of the many vendors, but I have yet to see it with my own eyes....
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Christopher Eng
2 weeks ago
A touch of nature amongst an urban jungle explore the water on $20/person peddle boats re-opened with operating hours that start in the morning and end at sunset top it off with breakfast / lunch by a mini-version of square one cafe also at the boat launch
lonely boy
8 months ago
Be careful around here there are bounch of creepy ass wiredos especially near the public toilets across the street of Angels temple stay safe people
Gil Mangaoang
a year ago
It is a beautiful micro-cosim of how the blending of multiple cultures in an urban environment, is reflected in the faces of it's residents, establishments and the building facades. I lived in Silver Lake 20+ years and watched it morph into what it is now. That is why living in Echo Park now, reminds me of what Silver Lake used to be like.


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