Baldwin Hills Scenic Overlook

October 29, 2014 — Leave a comment

Take in breathtaking views, hike through restored native habitat, and enjoy a state of the art visitor center at the stunning new urban park, Baldwin Hills Scenic Overlook. Visitors can begin to discover, or residents can rediscover Los Angeles from this 511 foot peak just southwest of downtown.


Exhibits tell the story of this once drilled and exploited land which has now become a symbol of restoration, conservation, and hope.  A short walk away, visitors are treated to a panoramic view of the entire Los Angeles Basin, the Pacific Ocean, and surrounding mountains.


The Baldwin Hills Scenic Overlook is a 57-acre urban state park located 500 feet above the city in the heart of Los Angeles. The park includes a new 10,000 square foot visitor center, observation deck and viewing areas, hiking trails, picnic areas and restored natural landscape.


The turbulent history of the Baldwin Hills site, from oil wells to plans for massive residential development, stripped this mountain of most of its natural past. A critical part of the design process was to define the period that represented the site in its natural state and to create a suitable environment. Visit the center by scaling the long staircase.

WHAT: Baldwin Hills Scenic Overlook
WHEN: 8:00 am to Sunset daily
WHERE: 6300 Hetzler Road | Culver City, CA 90232


  • Parking Fee: $6
  • Alcohol and dogs are  not allowed

CONTACT INFO: (310) 558-5547


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