Edison Trails ParkCurrently Closed
- Address: 1600 S Garfield Ave, 91755, Monterey Park, United States
- Timings: 07:30 am - 05:30 pm Details
- Ticket Price: Free
- Tags: Landmarks, Parks
Edison Trails Park is a beautiful green space nestled in Monterey Park.
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My favorite park sweet memories her !😍😘 Mario and I made a baby
The restrooms were not clean when I visited, there was flies everywhere, and the lighting is very dim and poor. Other than that, its peaceful, and it has plenty of shades. Tables, grills, and water fountains are available. There is a hiking trail for anyone interested. The park is divided into 2 small parks and is separated by a street. I wouldn't recommend bringing a ball to this park; it's more for barbecues and small gatherings. Careful with bugs, we got bitten a lot.
Simple little park. Stopped here to have lunch in the fresh air. Very lovely and calm.
Such a cute little park. There are amazing trees that have fallen over and grown roots into the grown. They grow sideways and are so cool.
The edison trail is my number 1 go to spot to get my exercise in. For more then 3 years now.