Outdoors in Beverly Hills, Los Angeles, CA

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Crowds of people enjoying (and spending all their money at) the shops on Rodeo Drive in Beverly Hills.

Party Earth Review Featured in films like Pretty Woman and known for its uber-exclusive designer labels and haute couture fashions, the world-renowned Rodeo Drive is LA’s most famous high-end shopping district. A short three-block stretch of exclusive boutiques, Rodeo has become a mecca for wealthy female shoppers and celebrities, as well ... more


Rodeo Drive between Wilshire Boulevard and Santa Monica Boulevard, Beverly Hills, CA 90210

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Franklin Canyon Park - Outdoor Activity | Park in Los Angeles.

Party Earth Review Mostly obscured from view near the eastern edge of the Santa Monica Mountains, Franklin Canyon Park is a hidden gem for LA denizens looking to escape the crowds that so often invade the city’s better-known nature retreats. Unless they remember its cameo in the opening credits of the classic Andy Griffith Show, many longtime ... more


North Entrance: Mulholland Drive & Franklin Canyon Drive
Los Angeles, CA 90210
West Entrance: Franklin Canyon Drive & Moreland Drive West
Los Angeles, CA 90210

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The great outdoors in Beverly Hills is a swell place to be for L.A.’s residents and visitors. Better yet, some of the neighborhood’s spectacular outdoor activities won’t cost a cent, a sigh of relief for those forking out money hand over fist in this pricy enclave.

Beverly Hills parks are some of the best in Los Angeles. Franklin Canyon Park in the hills north of Sunset Boulevard has miles of hiking trails winding through a scenic landscape that’s been featured in many Hollywood films. Beverly Gardens Park on Santa Monica Boulevard stretches nearly 2 miles along an old bridle path, past numerous pieces of public art and the iconic “Beverly Hills” sign where people line up for photo ops. Then there’s the sporty park option in Roxbury Memorial Park on Olympic Boulevard, an expansive piece of land with jungle gyms, basketball courts, baseball diamonds, tennis courts, and a sand volleyball court.

Perhaps the most popular and tourist-laden outdoor spot in Beverly Hills is the Golden Triangle shopping district, home to the famous Rodeo Drive. Those who can’t afford the outrageously-priced merchandise in the storefront windows can live vicariously through the handful of people walking around with shopping bags.

When walking doesn’t appeal to the senses, a popular way to get outdoors in Beverly Hills without having to sap one’s energy is to hop onboard one of the many double-decker tour buses that roll around town. They’re always packed with sightseers seated on the second level, which is customized so there’s no roof and direct access to the perfect snapshot of whatever celebrity home is being outed.

Without having to put much thought into it, there’s ample opportunity to spend an entire day taking in the natural beauty and glitzy sites of Beverly Hills. It can be done on the cheap to boot.

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