Veterans Memorial Community Regional Park

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  • Address: 13000 Sayre St, Sylmar, CA 91342, USA, United States
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  • Timings: 08:00 am - 06:00 pm Details
  • Phone: +1-8188337550
  • Tags: Park, Family And Kids

Spread across an area of 97 acres, the Veterans Memorial Community Regional Park comprises of rolling hills, a large pavilion, grassy areas for picnic, areas for camping and a community recreational building. The park occupies the impressive grounds of the Veterans Hospital original site built in the year 1940 that was severely damaged in the Sylmar Earthquake in the year 1971. After the demolition of the destructed building, the park was constructed. The park is truly a gem of a place and leads to an impressive hiking trail. The park is stunning and tranquil and is the perfect place to visit if you are looking forward to a wonderful picnic, hiking or camping experience.

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  • Veterans Memorial Community Regional Park Address: 13000 Sayre St, Sylmar, CA 91342, USA, United States
  • Veterans Memorial Community Regional Park Contact Number: +1-8188337550
  • Veterans Memorial Community Regional Park Timing: 08:00 am - 06:00 pm
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  • This place is great for a hike...there is various trails to choose from. From dirt to pavement. Usually might spend about 2 hours here depending on your pace. Preferably go early in the morning or afternoon...aiming around 7 pm. During the day it’s hot in the Summer. At night I recommend to take a light. Very peaceful. Enjoy everyone! Happy trails.

  • Veterans Memorial Park is one of my favorite places to hike. The park has plenty of parking and the good thing is that it is patrolled by the Los Angeles Counry Sheriff's Department. The park has clean and well stocked bathrooms. It's my little getaway spot.

  • I went to play disc golf. They was a post that says pet friendly, it isn't. There are stickers on the ground that sticks in their paws. The course is nice. I'll go back again.

  • I'm very privileged to live close to this beautiful park. I'm a 72 year old that tries to get out and hike the trail at least 3 times a week. Thank you to everyone that mountains and keeps this park safe!!

  • This is a pretty good hike, if you take the more direct (more difficult) path. There's a fire road that will lead you to near where the flag is. It gets hot. Go early. Nearby restrooms before trail. Be careful of taking the steeper paths. You'll find 70% to 80% grade inclines.

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