Sepulveda Basin Off-Leash Dog Park 17550 Victory Blvd, Van Nuys, CA91406 The Sepulveda Basin Off-Leash Dog Park is a 6.5 acre open space for dogs to run around and play. The park is set up into…More three sections: small dogs under 20lbs, shy/timid dogs, and large dogs. The park offers lots of space and shade for dogs and their owners. It is maintained by the City Department of Recreation and Parks.
Located in Encino near the intersection of the 101 and 405 Freeways, the 2,000-acre Sepulveda Basin Recreation Area…More is a flood control basin managed by the Los Angeles City Department of Recreation and Parks. Features include two parks, an 80-acre sports field, an archery range, three 18-hole golf courses, Balboa Lake with boat rentals and fishing, the Balboa Park and Sports Center, playgrounds, a velodrome, bike paths, hiking trails, tennis courts, a Japanese garden, an off-leash dog park, a premiere wildlife preserve and the only unpaved stretch of the Los Angeles River. That's a mouthful!</p>
<p>No matter what time of day, you'll always find bikers, runners, golfers and nature enthusiasts enjoying the wide open spaces and Valley sunshine.</p>
Parkview Apartments 16936 Burbank Blvd, Encino, CA91316 The Parkview Apartments are located across the street from Balboa park, which features golf courses, recreational…More facilities and jogging paths. The building is also within walking distance of Ventura Boulevard shops and restaurants. One- and two-bedroom apartments are available for rent. The building features a large pool and all units are air conditioned. Call to schedule a viewing.
The Sepulveda Garden Center opened in 1966 and has about 16 acres with more than 400 garden plots -- each…More about 10 by 20 feet -- in which you can plant fruits, vegetables, flowers and herbs.</p>
<p>If you'd like to join, the annual rental rate is $25 per plot with a $10 startup fee and a $10 cultivating fee. All fees are due January 1 and should be made payable to the City of L.A., Recreation and Parks.</p>
<p>The garden is supervised and watered by the Recreation and Parks Department during operating hours. However, all plots must be maintained by their owners. The garden also offers shovels, rakes and hoes for gardeners to borrow between operating hours.</p>
Encino Country Club 17000 Burbank Blvd, Encino, CA91316 The Encino Country Club apartments offers residents a first-class living experience. The complex features a patio,…More recreation room, gated parking, on-site laundry, pool and spa. If that weren't enough, just across the street lies the beautifully landscaped Balboa public park. You can also find plenty of nightlife and shopping if you walk two blocks south to the restaurants and shops of Ventura Boulevard. Call to schedule a viewing.
Surrounded by the crowded 405 and 101 Freeways, it's hard to imagine this oasis alongside an urban city. The…More Sepulveda Basin Wildlife Reserve is part of a 225-acre, extensive park system, owned and developed by the Army Corps of Engineers, and maintained by the Los Angeles Department of Recreation and Parks. The reserve is home to migrating birds, who search for food and shelter within the vast oak trees.</p>
<p>The Wildlife Reserve is not just for animals though. It serves as a peaceful rest area for humans, too. Come to marvel in the landscaping or enjoy the sounds of nature. There are also golf courses, sports fields, an archery range and Japanese Gardens around the corner for your enjoyment.</p>
Balboa Sports Center 17015 Burbank Blvd, Encino, CA91316 The Balboa Sports Center is every sports enthusiast's dream. You'll find a 17,000-square-foot facility and 80 acres…More of athletic fields. The center includes a baseball diamond (lighted), basketball courts (lighted/outdoor), children's play area, community room, football field (lighted), handball courts (lighted), indoor gym (without weights), soccer field (unlighted), tennis courts (lighted) and volleyball courts (lighted). This sports center is part of the Los Angeles Recreation and Parks Department.