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Coastal San Pedro is a beautiful, Pacific seaside residential neighborhood, located on the southern edge of Los Angeles. It is part of the larger San Pedro community. This neighborhood has many schools, parks, museums, sports fields, a nature interpretive centre, marine mammal care centre, and landmarks like the Korean Friendship Bell. There is little industrial activity in the area, which makes the area more walkable, and there are some commercial areas located along busy thoroughfares, like W. 25th Street and S. Western Avenue where locals can access shops, restaurants, and services on foot.  Foot travel for pet owners and their canine companions is possible year around due to the sunny, warm weather in Los Angeles. Summers can be quite hot, so if you are venturing out on foot with your dog, be sure you have water for both of you, and consider doggy boots to protect your pup's paws from hot pavement.
Terrain in Coastal San Pedro
BUILT ENVIRONMENT
All Artificial
Mostly Artificial
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Mostly Natural
All Natural
Artificial
Balanced
Natural
TOPOGRAPHIC RELIEF
Flat
Mostly Flat
Medium
Mostly Hilly
Hilly
Flat
Medium
Hilly
Coastal San Pedro has lots of hills that slope towards the Pacific Ocean and plenty of oceanfront vistas, beaches, and parks along the coast. Walking in this area may mean some hills. At the coast, the terrain slopes steeply down to the ocean. There are stairs and some trails to access the beach, but much of the area is rough and difficult to navigate on foot.  

The neighborhood is primarily residential with some homes right along the waterfront. Most structures are single family homes with mature landscaping, gardens, and lawns. There are also plenty of natural areas, especially along the coast. There are a few major roadways in the area, with a busy intersections and commercial activity. If you are accessing commercial areas with your dog on foot, remember to keep him securely leashed and walk between your dog and busy roadways. Watch for traffic entering and exiting parking lots, and making unexpected turns on and off roadways.
Greenways in Coastal San Pedro
58 GREENWAYS
Neighborhoods in Los Angeles have an average of:
18 Greenways
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Coastal San Pedro is graced with beautiful parks and natural areas throughout the community.  There are several walkways along the coast and trails to navigate the steep terrain down to the ocean. 

Large parks on the coast include White Point Park, Wilders Addition Park, Point Fermin Park, Joan Milke Flores Park, and the 22nd Street Park. These parks have plenty of walking trails, greenways, and rest areas. Parks farther inland are Lookout Point Park, Angels Gate Park, Alma Park, and Harbor View Memorial Park which provide greenways accessible from different parts of the neighborhood.  

The parks along the waterfront are connected by pedestrian paths and offer picnic areas, treed areas, open areas, access to the waterfront, and fantastic views of the Pacific Ocean. Many beaches in the area are dog friendly and you can explore greenways and beach on foot with your dog. Just remember to clean up after your dog so others can enjoy the beach!

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