Sunnynook River Park, Central, 4th Council District
Life Linked to Land: Growing Local by Planting Native
The Theodore Payne Foundation’s Local Source Initiative aims to link Angelenos to the land on which they live by providing native plants, ethically and legally sourced from local populations, in order to help protect biodiversity, encourage the use of locally adapted garden plants, and raise awareness about the preservation of local habitats. Led by Genevieve Arnold of the Theodore Payne Foundation and presented in collaboration with CURRENT artist Kerry Tribe.
3306 Riverside Drive, LA 90027
Note to drivers:
- Sunnynook River Park shares the parking lot for the CURRENT:LA HUB at the address above.
- Drivers and their passengers should plan for a 15 to 20-minute walk to Sunnynook River Park.
Walking directions from the HUB parking lot to Sunnynook River Park:
- Head north on Riverside Dr toward Los Feliz Blvd;
- Use the lighted crosswalk at Los Feliz Blvd to cross Riverside Dr;
- Keep walking toward the tennis courts, visible up ahead;
- Walk in between the tennis courts and turn right once you pass the courts;
- The pedestrian bridge to Sunnynook will be on your left side, at the soccer field;
- Take the pedestrian bridge and follow signs to the Exquisite Corpse.
This site has easy bike access.
Note to bicyclists:
Sunnynook River Park is located along the section of the LA River Bike Path that runs between the neighborhoods Los Feliz and Atwater Village.
Los Angeles River Bike Path, Los Angeles, CA 90039
Neighborhood: Atwater Village