3 Peaceful Waterside Spots in L.A. That’ll Soothe Your Soul

A little time by the water can go a long way

Need to press the reset button? Here are three waterside spots where you can get your peace on.


Leo Carrillo State Park

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If you’ve seen Bronson Cave in Griffith Park or maybe the Manson family cave in the Santa Susanas, the cave at Leo Carrillo State Park will surprise you: It’s roomy and cool. From the overflow parking lot, head to lifeguard tower three, go down the nearby staircase, and turn right. 35000 Pacific Coast Hwy., Malibu


Marsh Park

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The Los Angeles River will be a work in progress for decades to come, but Marsh Park is a strong opening salvo. Laying low between a residential neighborhood and the river, it’s a blissfully peaceful green space to happen upon during an urban river walk. 2960 Marsh St., Elysian Valley


Cold Creek

While most streams around here are seasonal, Cold Creek flows year-round. So it’s understandable that the only way to see the 1,600-acre preserve, found between Calabasas and Malibu, is by reservation. You’ll receive driving directions when you call the Mountains Restoration Trust. 818-591-1701


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