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Exploring Lake Balboa/Anthony C. Beilenson Park in Van Nuys

We’re visiting parks all over Los Angeles and this week we’re exploring Lake Balboa/Anthony C. Beilenson Park in Van Nuys.

Park and Neighborhood:
Lake Balboa/ Anthony C. Beilenson Park in Van Nuys

6300 Balboa Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 91406

Play area: 

There is one huge play area with a rubber surface for children of all ages. It features swings, slides, jungle gyms and fun tunnels for little ones to enjoy. Once your kids see this playground they will never want to leave!


Lake Balboa/Anthony C. Beilenson Park is huge with a giant lake and is next to a golf course. There is something at this park for everyone in your family. Throw a huge birthday party, have a picnic, go bike riding, fish at the lake, run around the playground, play sports on the lawn and even bring your dog. There is also a nice work out area for those who are looking for a free spot to get fit and enjoy a refreshing workout outdoors.


There is free street parking all around the park. Just watch out for street cleaning signs!

Where to grab a coffee or snack:

Lake Balboa Park/Anthony C Beilenson Park is located two miles from many popular restaurants off of Ventura Blvd. Just within a one block radius, there are 10+ places to eat, grab coffee or go shopping. Grab coffee and sandwiches before heading the park and have a picnic.


Lake Balboa Park/Anthony C Beilenson Park is family-friendly, spacious and full of different activities for all ages. The lake is beautiful and the park is serene. There is so much to do for your family that you could spend the whole day there. Bring outdoor games, scooters, bikes and more for your little ones to use on the lush lawns and clean pathways. This is the perfect stop on a weekend when you want to spend a nice day outdoors with your family.

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