South Bay Wilderness Parks and Easy Trails for Kids

The South Bay of Los Angeles has lots of great options when it comes to Wilderness Parks and Easy Trails for Kids.

We’ve created a list of our favorites, so it’s easy for you to find! Let us know where your adventure takes you, let us know in the comments!

Hopkins Wilderness Park

Nature park & campground featuring forest, meadows & a pond, with an amphitheater & picnic areas.

Redondo Beach  

Madrona Marsh Preserve and Nature Center

The Madrona Marsh Preserve is thought to be one of the last remaining vernal freshwater marshes in Los Angeles County.


Del cerro Park

The park is situated high atop a bluff at the southernmost end of Crenshaw Boulevard.

Palos Verdes  

Surfers enjoy this beach as do scuba divers, sunbathers and swimmers. This area tends to be less busy than the others because of it’s off-the-beaten-track location.

Malaga Cove 

Sunken City

Located next to the Point Fermin Lighthouse (about 9 miles southwest of Long Beach), you’ll find one of the most intriguing beach spots in all of California.

San Pedro