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Walking is a gentle, low-impact exercise and is one of your body’s most natural form of exercise. It’s safe, simple, doesn’t require practice and the health benefits are endless. Residents and visitors are encouraged to hit the walking paths located in parks throughout Hollywood. Parks are open from sunrise to sundown.

Free pedometers are available upon request at participating community centers and administrative offices while supplies last.

Hollywood Neighborhood Walking Paths

parks map

Click here for an enlarged map of park locations

 

Tennis show.png  Arts Park ArtsPark
1 Young Circle
 Distance .423 miles   (2.36 laps = 1 mile)
           
ArtsPark at Young Circle is located in a 10-acre circle where US 1 and Hollywood Boulevard meet in downtown Hollywood. Dedicated in March 2007, the ArtsPark offers residents and visitors a wide array of visual and performing arts themed educational, recreational, and entertainment activities.  Some of the park features include a playground,splash pad, amphitheater,  glass blowing, lighted walking path and restrooms.
 Tennis show.png Bicentennial Park
7300 Farragut Street 
Distance .24miles   (4.2 laps = 1 mile)

This neighborhood park is a jewel to the Northwest Hollywood community providing a beautiful setting for quiet play for children on the shaded playground. It also features a lighted walking and fitness trail, half basketball court and restrooms.

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 Tennis show.png Shirt logo Cardio Concert Club_WEBSITE.jpg Cardio Club at Boulevard Heights Community Center
6700 Garfield Street
Distance .5 miles   (2 laps = 1 mile)
           
Cardio Club meets the second Saturday of each month, at 7 pm, for a brisk walk prior to the Hollywood West Concert Series.  Everyone welcome.   Participants will receive a free Cardio Club t-shirt (limited offer).  Afterwards, enjoy the live music at the Boulevard Heights Amphitheater.



Tennis show.png Driftwood Community Center
3000 N 69 Avenue
Distance .423 miles  (2.36 laps = 1 mile)
  
Lighted hard surface track adjacent to Driftwood Community Centers.
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 Tennis show.png Joe DiMaggio Joe DiMaggio Park
1001 Three Island Park
Distance Inner Loop .81 miles
Distance Outer Loop .40 miles
1 lap = 1.2 mile

This park features two playground units with shade structures, benches, fitness stations, swings, walking path and a water fountain.
Tennis show.png John Williams Park
6101 Sheridan Street
Distance .84 miles    (1.2 laps = 1.2 mile)

A favorite among scouts, overnight campers and nature lovers, John Williams Park allows a close encounter with nature while providing passive recreational activities. Site amenities include a dog park area; picnic pavilions; an instructional pavilion; picnic tables & benches. The park includes the Sheridan Oak Forest featuring a nature walk with interpretive signage for vegetation along the pathway. The park also has playground equipment and restrooms.  
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Tennis show.png   Lincoln Park Lincoln Park
2340 Lincoln Street
Distance .3356 miles  (2.98 laps = 1 mile)

This recreation area is partially shared with the adjacent school. The passive park includes benches, playground, walkway and native vegetation. The softball field, playground and two basketball courts are available for use when school is not in session.  

Tennis show.png McNicol Community Center
1411 S 18 Avenue
Distance .75 miles (4 laps = 1 mile) 
 
Lighted hard surface track adjacent to McNicol Community Center.
McNicol Track
Tennis show.png Oakridge Park  Oakridge Park 5200 SW 35 Avenue
Distance .75 miles (1.25= 1 mile)

 This park was created in one day by DaimlerChrysler executives working with City employees and civic association members. The 37-acre site features a play area for dogs and their owners, two covered playgrounds, one on wood chips, and one on artificial turf, two pavilions, a walking path, benches and two parking lots. ADA Accessible.
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Stan Goldman Park
800 Knights Road
Distance .87 miles   (1.1laps = 1 mile)

A passive park featuring a fitness trail, fishing area, playgrounds, picnic areas, roller hockey rink, skatepark and restrooms. The Hollywoof Dag Park is a part of Stan Goldman Park.
   








Stan Goldman
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Zinkil Park
Zinkil Park
5451 Washington Street
Distance .4309 miles   (2.32 laps = 1 mile)
 
A quiet facility, this passive park is known for its lighted walking trail with 10 exercise stations, interactive water feature and two playgrounds with shade structures, one wood chip, the other artificial turf, and restrooms. 


Guide to Walking Paths in the City of Hollywood