While Los Angeles and Southern California is known for its large and busy cities, there are also many scenic areas that attract locals and tourists. A big part of the LA culture is hiking, whether it is by the Hollywood sign and the observatory, or through the Hummingbird hiking trail an hour away. ... » Learn More about Must See Hiking Trails
"In 1959 DeBell Golf Club was established and opened to the public. 100 acres was donated by Southern California land developer, Joseph A. DeBell to the City of Burbank." Burbank's DeBell Golf Club is 18 holes of green grass, with a Par 71 and 5,608 yards of local wildlife, rolling hills, ... » Learn More about FORE! A Bad Day of Golf is Better Than a Good Day at Work.
The city of Burbank provides a vast array of activities through their Parks and Recreation Department. The City of Burbank publishes their Burbank Recreation Guide quarterly and inside you can find a vast array of classes to take from special interest classes; youth and adult sports programs; ... » Learn More about Burbank Parks and Recreation Activities
Being tucked in next to the Verdugo Mountains and across the way from Griffith Park gives hiking enthusiasts many reasons to be out and about during the week and on the weekends. We've compiled a list of hiking trails and in and around the city of Burbank. Wildwood Canyon Park La Tuna ... » Learn More about Burbank’s Hiking Trails
Burbank has a lot of outdoor space designed to encourage locals to get outside and stay active. Burbank residents love their parks and most days you can find a pick up basket ball game at Brace Canyon Park or catch a softball game at Olive Park. There are so many parks and recreation activities it ... » Learn More about Burbank’s Parks