You Will Love these Outdoor Party Venues in Los Angeles

Yombu Post Author Chanel Hoole

Written by (Author):  Chanel Hoole
Last updated:  November 2, 2023

Ample space and sun makes for a great day. 

Hosting an outdoor party is sometimes just the best way to go. Kids get creative when they’re outside, playing games and climbing trees. And when they get tired, they’ll snooze in the shade. Or how about a wonderful open air café? Whatever your preference, consult our list of Outdoor Party Venues in Los Angeles for all the breezy business of partying that you need.

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Los Angeles River Center and Gardens

This eden hosts miles of natural river, with reeds, willows and other native plants. Optimize their park benches, picnic tables and lawn areas for a day of fun in the sun. Bring bicycles and games – they have bike racks available when it’s time for a rest. They also have a family restroom.


This tranquil urban oasis is situated in LA’s Arts District and boasts 7000 square feet of event space, with a 2500 square foot garden courtyard, with ample seating for private events and others gatherings. Their Grassroom area is perfect for large gatherings, with 6000 square feet of space.

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La Kretz Garden Pavillion

Check out UCLA’s Mildred E. Matthias Botanical Garden for a chilled outdoor event amid lush greenery, on cozy wooden benches under white umbrellas. They can accommodate up to 125 guests and their amphitheater is also available for reservation.

Lake Balboa/Anthony C. Beilenson Park

This popular park is ideal for those warmers days. Rent paddle boats and play in shaded playgrounds. There is a drum play area, sensory wall, crawl tunnels and more. Feed the ducks and lounge on a picnic blanket. It’s idyllic! Great for kids ages 5-12.

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