Comfort Inn Near Hollywood Walk of Fame
7051 Sunset Blvd
Hollywood, CA 90028
Phone: (323) 462-0905
Fax: (323) 465-6088
160 acres (65 hectares) of unspoiled nature can be seen at the east point of the Santa Monica mountains at the Runyon Canyon Park. This pet friendly park has two southern entrances and a northern entrance at Mulholland Drive. Go for a hike or head to the play area where your kids can play. Keep your camera ready; celebrities are known to unwind here as well.
This is one of the best designed, maintained and situated courses in the city. Although private, any golf fan should do what they can to find a member to tag along with. The greens are particularly immaculate, but the entire course is meticulously kept up. Much of the course was recently redone, making it significantly more challenging. A dress code is enforced and does not allow any casual dress. This is a private course. The green fees are subject to change.
Make the most of your sightseeing adventure and opt to tour the sunny Los Angeles area in a health conscious and eco-friendly way. Whether on foot or a high end hybrid road bike provided by Bikes and Hikes LA, you'll cruise pass famous landmarks like the Sunset Strip, celebrity homes, Venice Canals, Santa Monica Pier and beach, UCLA and many more! Tours include a friendly and knowledgeable guide, complimentary souvenir water bottle, helmet, and bike. Check out the website to view tour options and book your next adventure.
Once upon a time, Rancho La Brea or La Brea Tar Pits was only a Mexican land grant. Now a park, the tar pits have been the world's richest deposit of Ice Age fossils. More than 40,000 years ago mammoths, saber-toothed cats and dire wolves freely roamed the Los Angeles basin and became entrapped in the natural asphalt of the tar pits. During the summer months, visitors can observe the ongoing excavation from Pit 91. A visit to the on-site Page Museum is a must. Check website for further details.
If you're an out-of-towner and miss riding the plains, you can cure your equestrian nostalgia by renting a horse and riding through the Hollywood Hills and Griffith Park. There are plenty of options here, including one and two hour rides during the day for anyone over the age of seven. A very popular option is the Friday night moonlight ride. Just arrive for a three-hour round-trip ride, which culminates with dinner at a nearby Mexican restaurant.
Located in Griffith Park, Bronson Caves. also called Bronson Canyon, was created because of an old quarry dug in 1903 by the Union Rock Company in order to mine materials to use in building the surrounding streets. After the quarry closed in the 1920s, it became a spot for movie shoots because of its rocky and unique landscape. Scenes from Invasion of the Body Snatchers and Army of Darkness were shot here, as well as the original Batman TV show. The park has hiking trails, picnic tables and, of course, caves.
The only horse ranch in the greater Los Angeles area, this ranch provides a wide variety of activities, such as guided trail rides, boarding, lessons, and their famous Sunset Dinner Rides. Riding is available seven days a week, anytime between 9:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m.
Another golf course in LA, a number of its nine holes lie in the shadow of the observatory. At 2,478 yards, this course is a rather long par three with a number of sand traps and plenty of trees along the fairways. To play you need to make a reservation well in advance. Rental clubs are available if needed.
Lakeside Golf Club is a private club and famous Hollywood stars from Bob Hope to John Wayne have played this beautiful course. Opened in 1924, this course is very challenging, with tight fairways and small greens. Unfortunately it is a private golf course and the public can not play, but if you get a chance don't pass it up. A game can be very expensive, but the beautiful scenery and history makes it worth it.
Spread over 4,210 acres (1704 hectares) of lush land, Griffith Park has something for everyone. Enjoy the nature, greenery and activities like hiking, walking, camping, swimming and tennis. The much-loved and renowned Hollywood Sign also lies within its premises. Attractions like the Greek Theatre, Griffith Observatory and the Los Angeles Zoo and Botanical Gardens also are located within this humongous park. Picnic provisions are also available. Fun, educational and beautiful, Griffith Park is a must-visit.
This is a non-profit group that plants trees and teaches the community about environmental issues. It plants both native and exotic plants. The tour is for children and is located in Coldwater Canyon Park, a 45-acre area where children can learn about the plants around them as well as spend some time gardening. Kids are taught about recycling and how they can help in their everyday lives to protect the environment and the future of the planet.
This place is heaven for train-loving tots. An interactive museum in the old-fashioned sense of the word, youngsters can climb in, around or on all the attractions, and many of them will want to do so for hours upon end. Kids can even take a mini train ride for a small fee. The antiques, which include artifacts from trains to classic cars to horse-drawn carriages, showcase the country's railway history—which is especially relevant to California. This museum is a treasure for transportation lovers of all ages.