LENGTH

13.0 mi

ELEVATION GAIN

509 ft

DIFFICULTY

Easy

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The Park to Playa Regional Trail is a 13-mile regional trail that connects a network of trails, parks, and open spaces from the Baldwin Hills Parklands to the Pacific Ocean.  The trail has 6 segments: Stocker Corridor, Kenneth Hahn State Recreation Area, Blair Hills – Segment C, Baldwin Hills Scenic Overlook, Culver City Park, and Ballona Creek Bike Path.

There are numerous access points to the Park to Playa Trail, including various locations along the Ballona Creek Bike Path, in Culver City Park, at Baldwin Hills Scenic Overlook, Stoneview Nature Center, several staging areas in Kenneth Hahn State Recreation Area, and Norman O. Houston Park.

Get Directions to Trailhead

The Link – Baldwin Hills Parklands shuttle bus service transports park visitors from the Metro Expo La Cienega Station to Kenneth Hahn State Recreational Area and the Baldwin Hills Scenic Overlook. 

  • The Parklands Shuttle operates 8 am – 6:00 pm Saturdays, Sundays & Holidays.
  • Rides are .25 cents one way. The shuttle is free for Seniors and children under 5.
  • The shuttle has 3 routes with stops located at the La Cienega/Jefferson Metro bus stop adjacent to the Expo Station, Baldwin Hills Scenic Overlook, and Kenneth Hahn State Recreation Area. 
  • Shuttles run on a 20-minute route, is airconditioned, and ADA accessible.

For more information, please click on the following link: https://pw.lacounty.gov/transit/TheLinkBaldwin.aspx

TRAIL INFORMATION
ALLOWED USES:
  • Hiking
  • Mountain Biking
  • Dogs on Leash
CONTACT INFO:
County of Los Angeles
626-588-5364

trails@parks.lacounty.gov

LOCAL WEATHER:
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71° / 51°

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Scott 3 years ago

This trail has a lot of options and you can do it in segments if you choose. In the near future this will be a complete trail from Marina del Rey all the way to the Stocker Corridor. Most of this existing trail is very well marked and established. I recommend this one.