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Burbank - Downtown

Brace Canyon Park

This Metrolink accessible city park is tucked away in a safe residential area, offering tennis courts, a playground, and plenty of open space.


Brace Canyon Park is a safe destination for families and outdoor lovers to appreciate the year-round sunny weather of Greater Los Angeles. The park is nestled in the lower Verdugo Mountains in Burbank and offers beautiful panoramic views over the eastern end of the San Fernando Valley. It's a clean, spacious, and well cared for outdoor location to spend a day.

There are a variety of fun activities for kids to enjoy, including open, grassy areas to have a picnic or play games. There’s also an impressive play structure with a variety of whimsy musical instruments for children to practice, such as chimes and conga drums.

Those seeking a more active form of entertainment can play basketball or hit the tennis courts to engage in some friendly competition. Explorers can embark on an adventure along the walking paths which offer plenty of shade from the trees to stay cool in the warmer months.

Master chefs are invited to take advantage of the grills and picnic tables. There's plenty of space to throw events and host outdoor barbecues (when the time is right, and it’s safe to gather).

How to Get There

  • Take Antelope Valley or Ventura County Line to the Burbank - Downtown Station
  • Transfer to bus line 93
  • Disembark at Glenoaks / Keystone station
  • Walk 56 ft northwest on N Glenoaks Blvd toward N Keystone St.
  • Turn right onto N Keystone St.
  • Walk 0.3 mi north on N Keystone St.
  • Turn right on N Kenneth Rd.
  • Walk 377 ft east on N Kenneth Rd.
  • Turn left onto N Lamer St.
  • Walk 0.1 mi northeast on N Lamer St.
  • Continue northeast on Haven Way
  • Brace Canyon Park is on the north side of Haven Way after you cross Scott Rd.

Employee Recommended

Molly O'Brien

Molly O., Writer

Molly is a writer and content creator currently residing in Los Angeles, California with a professional background working in travel, hospitality and tourism PR. In her role supporting content creation and media relations at Metrolink, Molly writes about activities Metrolink riders can enjoy in the surrounding Greater LA area and works with the Metrolink communications team on ideating and implementing media relations strategies.

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2901 Haven Way
Burbank, CA 91504
(818) 238-5300
Website: Brace Canyon Park