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Los Angeles State Historic Park

1245 N. Spring Street

Los Angeles, CA  90012

California State Parks

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Opened on April 22, 2017.

Los Angeles State Historic Park (LASHP) is a California Department of Parks and Recreation project that is 32 acres of open space where visitors can enjoy a view of Downtown LA while they walk through its trails. Uniquely located in the heart of Los Angeles, it is surrounded by Chinatown, Little Tokyo, and Mission Junction.

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San Gabriel River Education Center

Construction of San Gabriel River and Mountains Education Center include a three-acre outdoor interpretive park with native vegetation landscaping, a “Camino del Rio” nature path, bilingual indoor and outdoor exhibits, restrooms and parking lot.

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Point Vicente Interpretive Center and Trail Improvements

Development of an amphitheater, expansion of the interpretive center, additional parking, terrace addition, additional trails/paths, interpretive signage, landscaping, and picnic and grass play areas at Point Vicente Regional Park.

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Vasquez Rocks Park Interpretive Center

This project was completed in several phases and included the following:
Acquisition of open space land at Vasquez Rocks. Development of a nature center/museum and general improvements to the Vasquez Rocks Regional Park. The purchase and installation of new picnic shelters, benches, tables, concrete paving, fencing, lighting, and signage at Mary Van Dyke Park…

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