Crestwood Hills Park

Oct 09, 2009 by Lisa Newton

If you’re looking for a place to kick back with the kids, play some sports, or enjoy the outdoors, check out Crestwood Hills Park. I did, this past beautiful Saturday morning.

Although it’s a little off the beaten path–it’s high up in the Brentwood Hills–it’s worth spending a little extra time to get there.

 

Toddlers love this

There’s a playground for younger members of the family

 

Baseball diamond

A baseball diamond, which, as you can see by in this picture, has multiple uses

 

Let's play som bball

Two basketball courts set in the cool shade, among the statuesque tall pines

 

Picnic area

And a picnic area, complete with barbeque grills

 

Steps leading down

A few of the park’s neighbors even have steps leading from their property directly to the park. Although not the largest park I’ve seen in LA, it’s definitely high on my list of shady spots, to spend a warm sunny afternoon at.

Just the smell of its gorgeous pine trees would bring me back to Crestwood Hills Park. If you’d like more information about the various programs and classes available here, just head on up the hill during the facility’s hours of operations:

Monday – Friday: 10:00am to 5:00pm 

Saturday: 12:00am to 4:00pm 

Sunday:   12:00am to 4:00pm

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