Runyon Canyon Park is the 160-acre gorgeous ‘urban wilderness’ mid Los Angeles, just blocks away from Hollywood Boulevard. This gorgeous inner city park will provide your group with unbelievable city views, landmark hiking trails, and great people watching opportunities. Located at the east end of the Santa Monica Mountains, this park is run by the Parks and Recreation Department of Los Angeles and was first acquired in 1983, giving it quite the local history. You will see rare exotic wild chaparral here, as well as views of the Hollywood sign, Griffith Observatory, and even the Pacific Ocean and Catalina Island on clear days! There are three different entrances to get here, several different hiking trails, a wide fire road, and even a leash-free dog park! Be sure to bring a camera to get your iconic Hollywood Sign photo while here!