Studio City

Studio City is an affluent residential community in the San Fernando Valley which is located within the City of Los Angeles. Ventura Boulevard is the principal commercial corridor. To the north is Valley Village, to the west is Sherman Oaks, to the east is Toluca Lake, and to the south is Beverly Glen and Trousdale Estates. Most of Studio City is located in the northeastern foothills of the Santa Monica Mountains.

 

Studio City Residents Association

Founded in 1977, the Studio City Residents Association (SCRA) is a voluntary. nonprofit membership organization that advocates for and enhances the quality of life in Studio City. The SCRA works closely with the Studio City Chamber of Commerce. the Studio City Beautification Association (SCRA). and Save LA River Open Space. Members consist of both homeowners and renters.

 

Studio City Recreation Center

Beeman Park

The Studio City Recreation Center, also known as Beeman Park, features an auditorium, a lighted baseball diamond, lighted basketball courts, tennis courts, a children's play area, picnic tables, barbeque pits, and plenty of shade trees and open space.

 

 

Laurel Canyon Park

Laurel Canyon Park is a large public park located in the hills of Studio City, south of Mulholland Drive and just west of Laurel Canyon Boulevard. Mount Olympus in the Hollywood Hills is to the east. The park is operated by the City of Los Angeles Department of Recreation and Parks.

 

 

Fryman Canyon Park

Fryman Canyon Park is a 122 acre public park located in Studio City, within the San Fernando Valley and the eastern Santa Monica Mountains. The Dearing Trail traverses the park connecting it to Wilacre Park, Coldwater Canyon Park, and Franklin Canyon Park. The park is absolutely beautiful with year round springs and deep wooded canyons. Fryman Canyon Park also offers spectacular views. The trails are open to hikers and equestrians only.

 

 

Franklin Canyon Park

Franklin Canyon Park is a public park in Los Angeles consisting of 605 acres between the San Fernando Valley and Beverly Hills. The park includes more than five miles of hiking trails, picnic areas, and a three acre lake. Trails from Franklin Canyon Park lead to Fryman Canyon Park, Coldwater Park, and Wilacre Park in Studio City. The entrance is south of Mulholland Drive and west of Coldwater Canyon Drive in the Santa Monica Mountains.

 

 

Franklin Canyon Reservoir

Franklin Canyon Reservoir is a three acre lake located south of Studio City, and just north of Beverly Hills in the Santa Monica Mountains within the City of Los Angeles. The small lake is part of Franklin Canyon Park and is surrounded by hundreds of mature trees. It is an excellent location for picnics, hiking, and family gatherings.

 

 

Nancy Hoover Pohl Overlook

The Nancy Hoover Pohl Overlook is a local overlook in Studio City, on the north side of Mulholland Drive, where much of the San Fernando Valley can be viewed. Fryman Canyon Park, Coldwater Canyon Park, and Wilacre Park can all be accessed from the overlook.

 

 

Wilacre Park

Wilacre Park is a 128 acre public park located in Studio City within the San Fernando Valley and the eastern Santa Monica Mountains. It is maintained by the Santa Monica Mountains Conservancy. Wilacre Park provides access to both the Dearing Trail and the Cross Mountain Park trail system leading to Fryman Canyon Park, Coldwater Park, and Franklin Canyon Park. The entry to the park is near the intersection of Laurel Canyon Boulevard and Fryman Road, approximately one-half mile south of Ventura Boulevard. The park, which is the former estate of silent movie star Will Acres, offers a peaceful, quiet location and great views of the San Fernando Valley.

Wilacre Park, Fryman Canyon Park, Coldwater Canyon Park, and Franklin Canyon Park are collectively known as Cross Mountain Park which is a 1,000 acre plus park system.

 

 

Universal City Overlook

The Universal City Overlook is a local overlook in Studio City, on the north side of Mulholland Drive. Studio City is in the San Fernando Valley region of Los Angeles. The overlook was developed in 1984 with funds contributed by Universal Studios. The overlook provides great views of the San Fernando Valley and Verdugo Hills.

 

 

Barbara A. Fine Overlook at the Summit

The Barbara A. Fine Overlook is located on the north side of Mulholland Drive in Studio City which is in the San Fernando Valley region of Los Angeles. The overlook provides spectacular views of Fryman Canyon, the San Fernando Valley, the Simi Hills, and the San Gabriel Mountains.

 

 

Dixie Canyon Park

Dixie Canyon Park is a heavily wooded, 20 acre park in Studio City located at the end of Dixie Canyon Place. It has a hiking only trail, beautiful trees, wildlife, and a perennial stream that meanders through the center of the canyon.

 

 

Weddington Golf and Tennis Club

The Weddington Golf and Tennis Club in Studio City offers 16 tennis courts, a 24 stall driving range, a 9 hole 3 par golf course, and a full menu coffee shop. Lessons are available and the golf course has lighting for night playing. The popular facility is privately owned and open to the public.

 

 

Mulholland Tennis Club

The Mulholland Tennis Club, established in 1966, is a private member owned club offering tennis, dining and banquet accommodations, a beautiful club lounge, a fitness room, a beautiful pool, spa, saunas, a children’s play area, and locker rooms. The views from Mulholland Tennis Club are absolutely stunning. The club is located at 2555 Crest View Drive in the Hollywood Hills West section of Los Angeles just south of Mulholland Drive, east of Coldwater Canyon, and west of Laurel Canyon Boulevard. Studio City and Fryman Canyon Park are to the north, the Trousdale Estates section of Beverly Hills is to the southwest, Laurel Canyon Park and Mount Olympus are to the east.

 

 

Campo de Cahuenga - Studio City

Campo de Cahuenga was an adobe ranch house near the Cahuenga Pass in the Studio City community of Los Angeles where the Treaty of Cahuenga was signed in 1847, ending the war between the United States and Mexico. The original adobe was demolished in 1900 and later rebuilt following an effort by the San Fernando Valley Historical Society. It is now a park and a California Historical Landmark. The Campo de Cahuenga is not the same as the nearby Rancho Cahuenga which is in Burbank.

 

The Federation of Hillside and Canyon Associations

The Federation of Hillside and Canyon Associations is a non-profit organization founded in 1952. Its purpose is to protect the property and quality of life of the residents of the Santa Monica Mountains and other hillside areas of  Los Angeles County and to promote policies and programs that will best preserve the natural topography and wildlife of the mountains and hillsides for the benefit of all the people of Los Angeles County.

 

 

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