The Ballona Creek Bike Path parallels Ballona Creek while connecting the Pacific Ocean at Marina Del Rey with Culver City. The trail connects with a beach path that continues south to Redondo Beach while at the north, Dusquesne Avenue connects the bike path with the eastern portions of the Park to Playa Trail.
The Ballona Creek Bike Path can be accessed from numerous streets adjacent to the trail. Main access points include Syd Kronenthal Park, Dusquesne Avenue, Overland Avenue, Ocean Drive, Sepulveda Boulevard, Sawtelle Avenue, Slauson Avenue, Inglewood Boulevard, Centinela Avenue, McConnell Avenue, Lincoln Boulevard, Fisherman’s Village in Marina Del Rey, and Pacific Avenue.
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I've been safely riding the Ballona Creek bicycle path for 30 years. Two issues: 1) Motorized vehicles are illegal on the bicycle path. Are they not? This rule needs to be enforced. Motorized bikes, most of them too wide and most of them speeding, represent a hazard to the rest of the bicycle riders and pedestrians who come to the bicycle path for a peaceful, safe ride. 2) In general, the bicyle paths require more frequent maintenance. Plant growth and rubbish needs to be removed. The Ballona Creek bicycle path is a wonderful resource, but it needs to be maintained and kept safe. Thank you for looking into this matter. Stephen Baum
Thank you for contacting us. The Bikepath is maintained and operated by LA County Department of Public Works and the City of Los Angeles. We forwarded your comments to DPW's Bikeway coordinator. Please feel free to report the issues on their Report a Problem portal at: https://pw.lacounty.gov/general/faq/index.cfm?action=NewQuestion&AppSubject=Report%20a%20Problem%3A%20Bike%20Path&Category=Other&ReqDivision=BP&crossStreet=1