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La Cienega Park

La Cienega Park Brightly colored playground equipment draws young children and their parents to La Cienega Park, while three baseball diamonds and/or two soccer fields attract older youth. Those trying to stay in shape may take a few turns aroundhttp://www.beverlyhills.org/pg/places/?PLACEID=16
La Cienega Park

La Cienega

La Cienega Self- Park Structure First two hours free parking 321 South La Cienega Boulevard, Los Angeles, CA 90048, USA (310) 285-2467http://www.beverlyhills.org/pg/places/?PLACEID=47
Union 76 Service Station

La Cienega Tennis Center

La Cienega Tennis Center The La Cienega Tennis Center features 16 lighted courts, showers and locker rooms, and a pro-shop offering tennis instruction. Also, there are two rooms available for rental, perfect for meetings and parties. 325 S. Lahttp://www.beverlyhills.org/pg/places/?PLACEID=64
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Coldwater Canyon Park

Coldwater Canyon Park This park has two small picnic areas with two tables each. The Park also has two play areas, a water feature, and shaded arbor. Picnic areas may be reserved for use seasonally. 1100 Coldwater Canyon DR (310) 285-6820http://www.beverlyhills.org/pg/places/?PLACEID=14
Greystone Park and Mansion

Greystone Park and Mansion Built in 1928 for the son of a prominent oil baron, majestic Greystone Mansion today is surrounded by 18.5 pastoral acres of lush, City-owned parkland. The former Doheny estate is now a registered historical landmarkhttp://www.beverlyhills.org/pg/places/?PLACEID=15
Beverly Gardens Park

Beverly Gardens Park Year Built: 1907-07; 1930-31 Local Landmark: Yes; #20 Landscape Architects: Wilbur D. Cook Jr. and Ralph D. Cornell Beverly Gardens Park is a 1.9 mile linear park that spans the breadth of the City along two of its majorhttp://www.beverlyhills.org/pg/places/?PLACEID=63
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