Contents 1 History 1.1 Ostrich farm 1.2 Griffith Park Aerodrome 1.3 Expansion 1.4 World War II 1.5 Fires 1.6 Addition of Cahuenga Peak 1.7 Film set 2 Attractions 2.1 Other activities 2.2 Famous locations portrayed in media 3 Park hours and parking 4 Wildlife 5 Gallery 6 See also 6.1 Similar large municipal parks elsewhere 7 References 8 External links

History[edit] Ostrich farm[edit] After successfully investing in mining, Griffith J. Griffith purchased Rancho Los Feliz (near the Los Angeles River) in 1882 and started an ostrich farm there. Although ostrich feathers were commonly used in making women's hats in the late-19th century, Griffith's purpose was primarily to lure residents of Los Angeles to his nearby property developments, which supposedly were haunted by the ghost of Antonio Feliz (a previous owner of the property). After the property rush peaked, Griffith donated 3,015 acres (1,220 ha) to the city of Los Angeles on December 16, 1896.[6][7] Griffith was tried and convicted for shooting and severely wounding his wife in a 1903 incident.[8] When released from prison, he attempted to fund the construction of an amphitheater, observatory, planetarium, and a girls' camp and boys' camp in the park. His reputation in the city was tainted by his crime, however, so the city refused his money. Los Angeles River at Griffith Park, ca.1898-1910 Griffith Park Aerodrome[edit] In 1912, Griffith designated 100 acres (40 ha) of the park, at its northeast corner along the Los Angeles River, be used to "do something to further aviation". The Griffith Park Aerodrome was the result. Aviation pioneers such as Glenn L. Martin and Silas Christoffersen used it, and the aerodrome passed to the National Guard Air Service. Air operations continued on a 2,000-foot (600 m)-long runway until 1939, when it was closed, partly due to danger from interference with the approaches to Grand Central Airport across the river in Glendale, and because the City Planning commission complained that a military airport violated the terms of Griffith's deed. The National Guard squadron moved to Van Nuys, and the Aerodrome was demolished, though the rotating beacon and its tower remained for many years. From 1946 until the mid-1950s, Rodger Young Village occupied the area which had formerly been the Aerodrome. Today that site is occupied by the Los Angeles Zoo parking lot, the Gene Autry Western Heritage Museum, soccer fields, and the interchange between the Golden State Freeway and the Ventura Freeway.[citation needed] Expansion[edit] Girls eating in the mess hall of Griffith Park Girls' Camp, circa 1920 Griffith set up a trust fund for the improvements he envisioned, and after his death in 1919 the city began to build what Griffith had wanted. The amphitheater, called the Greek Theatre, was completed in 1930, and Griffith Observatory was finished in 1935. Subsequent to Griffith's original gift further donations of land, city purchases, and the reversion of land from private to public have expanded the Park to its present size. In December, 1944 the Sherman Company gifted 444 acres of Hollywoodland open space to Griffith Park. This large, passive, eco-sensitive property borders the Lake Hollywood reservoir (west), the former Hollywoodland sign (north), and Bronson Canyon (east) where it connects into the original Griffith donation. The Hollywoodland residential community is surrounded by this land.[9][10][11] World War II[edit] After the bombing of Pearl Harbor, the Civilian Conservation Corps camp contained within Griffith Park was converted to a holding center for Japanese Americans arrested as "enemy aliens" before they were transferred to more permanent internment camps. The Griffith Park Detention Camp opened almost immediately after the Pearl Harbor attack, taking in 35 Japanese immigrants suspected of fifth column activity because they lived and worked near military installations. These men, mostly fishermen from nearby Terminal Island, were transferred to an Immigration and Naturalization Service detention station after a brief stay, but Issei internees arrested in the days and weeks following the outbreak of the war arrived soon after to take their place. Up to 550 Japanese Americans were confined in Griffith Park from 1941 to 1942, all subsequently transferred to Fort Lincoln, Fort Missoula and other DOJ camps.[12] On July 14, 1942, the detention camp became a POW Processing Center for German, Italian and Japanese prisoners of war, operating until August 3, 1943, when the prisoners were transferred elsewhere. The camp was changed to the Army Western Corps Photographic Center and Camouflage Experimental Laboratory until the end of the war.[12] Fires[edit] Aftermath of the 2007 fire. Both visible and infra-red wavelengths of light have been used to make this satellite image. Vegetation appears in various shades of green, while the burned areas appear charcoal. See also: Griffith Park Fire (1933) Hired as part of a welfare project, 3,780 men were in the park clearing brush on October 3, 1933, when a fire broke out in the Mineral Wells area. Many of the workers volunteered or were ordered to fight the fire. In all, 29 men were killed and 150 were injured. Professional firefighters arrived and limited the blaze to 47 acres (19 ha).[13] On May 12, 1961 a wildfire on the south side of the park burned 814 acres (329 ha). It also destroyed eight homes and damaged nine more, chiefly in the Beachwood Canyon area.[14] There was another fire circa 1971 in the Toyon Canyon area. Seeing the devastated area and finding it ugly, Amir Dialameh took it upon himself to replant a portion of it himself by hand. Over the course of more than 30 years, he tended the garden he built there with the help of occasional volunteers.[15] On May 8, 2007 a major wildfire burned more than 817 acres (331 ha), destroying the bird sanctuary, Dante's View, and Captain's Roost, and forcing the evacuation of hundreds of people. The fire came right up to one of the largest playgrounds in Los Angeles, Shane's Inspiration, and the Los Angeles Zoo, and threatened the Griffith Observatory, but left these areas intact. Several local organizations, including, have been working since then with local officials to restore the park in a way that would benefit all.[16] It was the third fire of the year.[17] The city announced a $50 million plan to stabilize the burned slopes. The trees along Canyon Drive were allowed to grow back naturally, having been re-seeded by bird droppings.[16] Addition of Cahuenga Peak[edit] One hundred additional acres around Cahuenga Peak were purchased with funds from a broad spectrum of donors, in addition to $1.7 million from the city,[18] and added to the park in July 2010[19] bringing the park's total acreage to 4,310 acres (1,740 ha). Film set[edit] Film pioneer D.W. Griffith (no relation to G.J. Griffith) filmed the battle scenes for his epic Birth of a Nation in the park in 1915, as Lillian Gish detailed in her memoirs, The Movies, Mr. Griffith, and Me. Over the years, a number of films were shot in the park, such as Flareup (1969), starring Raquel Welch.[citation needed]

Attractions[edit] Autry National Center Bronson Canyon Greek Theatre (Los Angeles) Griffith Observatory Griffith Park & Southern Railroad Griffith Park Merry-Go-Round[20] Griffith Park Zoo - closed in 1966 and now used as a hiking and picinicking area Heritage tree: a pine tree in memory of Beatle George Harrison was planted in 2004 near the observatory. It died after a beetle infestation, and as of 2014, plans have been made to replace it.[21][22] The site of the Hollywood Sign on the southern side of Mount Lee is located on rough, steep terrain, and is encompassed by barriers to prevent unauthorized access. Local groups have campaigned to make tourist access to the sign difficult on grounds of safety, as the curving hillside roads in the area were not designed for so many cars and pedestrians.[23][24] The Hollywood Sign Trust convinced Google and other mapping services to stop providing directions to the location of the sign, instead directing visitors to two viewing platforms, Griffith Observatory and the Hollywood and Highland Center. Another, less remote area from which the sign can be viewed is Lake Hollywood Park on Canyon Lake Drive.[25] Los Angeles Live Steamers Railroad Museum Los Angeles Zoo Travel Town Museum Other activities[edit] Equestrian use of utility roads Much of the park comprises wild, rugged natural areas with hiking and equestrian trails, and this terrain separates the park into many areas or "pockets" of activities. Within the various areas are concessions, golf courses, picnic grounds, pony and train rides, and tennis courts. In 2014, two baseball fields were proposed on the east side of Griffith Park that would remove 44 trees and replace four acres (1.6 ha) of picnic area, the largest picnic area in the park that is often used for large family gatherings, cultural fairs and festivals, reunions, and other special occasions. The plan may be altered to spare a sycamore that has been designated by the city as a "heritage tree", a living artifact of Los Angeles history.[26] After its closure in 1966, the grounds of the Griffith Park Zoo were transformed into a recreation area. Some of the former animal enclosures were left in place, and picnic tables were installed. Famous locations portrayed in media[edit] Griffith Park was the busiest destination in Los Angeles for on-location filming in 2011, with 346 production days, according to a FilmL.A. survey. Projects included the TV shows Criminal Minds and The Closer.[27] With its wide variety of scenes and close proximity to Hollywood and Burbank, many different production crews have found new ways and angles to film the same spots and make them look different. One would be hard pressed to find a spot in Griffith Park which has not been filmed or taped.[citation needed] Griffith Observatory. Mount Lee with the Hollywood Sign. Griffith Park has many other locations familiar to consumers of such media works as: Films: It was used for the road scenes in Sunset Boulevard (1950). It was used as a location in the first two Back to the Future movies. In the first movie (released in 1985) it was used for Marty McFly's starting point when accelerating to 88 mph (142 km/h) in the film's climax, and in the second movie (released in 1989) it was used for the "River Road Tunnel" scene when Marty was trying to get the almanac back from Biff Tannen. The same tunnel was used as the entrance to Toontown in Who Framed Roger Rabbit (1988). The park was also featured in the Robert Altman movie Short Cuts (1993). The tunnel was used as the entrance to the NORAD complex in WarGames (1983). The area around the observatory is used extensively in La La Land (2016). Music: The park was the location for Adam Lambert's music video for his single, "If I Had You". Griffith Park was the location used in Ellie Goulding's music video "Guns and Horses". The silver Trans Am in the Simple Plan music video for Untitled (How Could This Happen to Me?) is seen driving out of the tunnel just before the head on crash. Television - sampling of television shows filmed here includes: An episode[which?] of Remington Steele in which Laura Holt is trying to evade the police The Nickelodeon show Salute Your Shorts Certain scenes of Full House were taped here Some specific sites within the park that have appeared in media include: Bronson Canyon, aka Bronson Caves, is a popular location for motion picture and television filming, especially of western and science fiction low-budget films, including Invasion of the Body Snatchers (1956). The site was also used as the location for the climactic scene in John Ford's classic western, The Searchers (1956). The scene includes John Wayne cornering his niece, Debbie (Natalie Wood), in one of the caves with the apparent intent of killing her. He relents at the last moment, however, and in the film's most famous shot, picks her up in his arms and turns to carry her back home. Many fans of the film are startled by the revelation that this scene was actually filmed in urban Los Angeles, probably due to how well the shot is integrated into the rest of the picture's location scenery. The craggy site of an old quarry, a tunnel in this canyon was also used as the entrance to the Batcave in the opening sequence of the 1960s Batman television series, and in numerous other shows. The natural "cave" walls are preserved by the many layers of paint used to make them look like rock.[citation needed] Views from Griffith Park The Griffith Observatory, which sits atop the southern slope of Mount Hollywood, was featured prominently in the classic Rebel Without a Cause (1955). A bronze bust of the film's star James Dean is on the grounds just outside the dome. Other movies filmed here include The Terminator (1984), Disney's The Rocketeer (1991), The Majestic (2001), Stephen Sommer's film Van Helsing (2004), and Yes Man (2008). The area of the park around the Observatory also appears as a location in the role-playing video game Vampire: The Masquerade – Bloodlines (2004), which is set in Los Angeles. Griffith Park and Griffith Observatory are significant in the Star Trek: Voyager episode "Future's End" (originally aired November 6, 1996). The crew are thrown into the past and Griffith Observatory discovers Voyager. The tunnel was also used in the 1960s spy television series Mission: Impossible.

Park hours and parking[edit] Rugged hiking trail in Griffith Park The park is open 5:00 a.m. to 10:30 p.m. All hiking trails and mountain roads close at sunset. Ample free parking is available on the south side off of Vermont Canyon Road inside the park; cars can be left parked at the parking lot next to the Greek Theater until 10:30 p.m., even though the park gates close to entering cars at sunset.[1]

Wildlife[edit] One adult mountain lion is known to inhabit the park.[28] An image of the cougar (known as P-22[29]') was captured on an automatic camera.[30][31][32]

Gallery[edit] Welcome sign at Griffith Park's northwest entrance Griffith Park (south side) with the Downtown LA skyline in the background Sunset at Griffith Park, with a view of west Los Angeles. Toyon Canyon Landfill, with San Fernando Valley to the north Pote Field, on Crystal Springs Drive Light Festival, 2009 Golfers at Wilson & Harding Course in Griffith Park (2013) View of Hollywood from Griffith Observatory, Dec. 2010

See also[edit] Trains portal Los Angeles portal Hollywood Cricket Club Los Angeles Historic-Cultural Monuments in Hollywood, Los Feliz and Griffith Park List of parks in Los Angeles Similar large municipal parks elsewhere[edit] Central Park, New York City, New York, U.S. Daan Forest Park, Taipei, Taiwan (Republic of China) Golden Gate Park, San Francisco, California, U.S. Stanley Park, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada

References[edit] ^ a b "Griffith Park".  ^ "The 150 Largest City Parks" (PDF). The Trust for Public Land.  ^ Hyperakt (March 10, 2018). "On the Grid : Griffith Park". On the Grid.  ^ "Best Family-Fun Activities At Griffith Park". June 28, 2017.  ^ "Griffith Observatory & Griffith Park Los Angeles".  ^ Griffith Park Archived January 15, 2010, at the Wayback Machine. ^ "Gift To Los Angeles: Capitalist G. J. Griffith Donates as a Christmas Present a Magnificent Park Site." (Volume 81, Number 17, Page 3). Los Angeles Herald. 17 December 1896. Retrieved 17 November 2015.  ^ "Death Summons Noble Woman", Los Angeles Sunday Times, November 13, 1904 ^ Los Angeles City Archives, Piper Tech, Minutes of Meeting of Board of Playground and Recreation Commissioners, Monday, December 18, 1944 ^ Los Angeles City Ordinance 90638 ^ Quitclaim deed, Sherman Company, City of Los Angeles 2049 (Sherman Library and Gardens) ^ a b Masumoto, Marie. "Griffith Park" Densho Encyclopedia. Retrieved 13 Jun 2014. ^ "The Fire of '33", Glendale News-Press, October 1–4, 1993. Accessed May 8, 2007. ^ A Holocaust Strikes the Hollywood Hills, Otto Firgens, Los Angeles City Fire Department ^ "Amir's Garden - Since 1971". Retrieved 2016-02-17.  ^ a b "City to repair fire damage in Griffith Park" Ashraf Khalil, Los Angeles Times May 11, 2007 ^ "Fire Forces Griffith Park Evacuations",, 11:27 pm PDT May 8, 2007 ^ "Hugh Hefner Saves The Hollywood Sign". Beverly Hills Courier. Retrieved 3 June 2010.  ^ It's Official: Griffith Park Grows by More than 100 Acres with Addition of Cahuenga Peak Archived May 10, 2012, at the Wayback Machine.. LAist (June 18, 2010). Retrieved on August 25, 2013. ^ "Griffith Park". City of Los Angeles Department of Recreation & Parks. Retrieved 10 March 2016.  ^ Lewis, Randy (July 21, 2014). "George Harrison Memorial Tree killed ... by beetles; replanting due". Los Angeles Times.  ^ Lewis, Randy (February 20, 2015). "George Harrison tree -- killed by beetles -- to be replanted Feb. 25". Los Angeles Times.  ^ Bob Pool (8 October 2013). "Discontent brewing under the Hollywood sign". Los Angeles Times.  ^ Bob Pool (9 October 2013). "Hollywood sign tourists, sightseers annoy local residents". Los Angeles Times.  ^ Walker, Alissa (21 November 2014). "Why People Keep Trying to Erase the Hollywood Sign From Google Maps". Gizmodo. Retrieved 21 November 2014.  ^ Sahagun, Louis (September 12, 2014). "Plans to add baseball fields to Griffith Park may draw legal challenge". Los Angeles Times.  ^ "Top Film Locations for 2011". Los Angeles Times. December 15, 2011.  ^ Steve Winter, Ghost Cats, National Geographic, December 2013. ^ "P" for puma, another name for mountain lion, and "22" as he is the 22nd of his species which has been tracked by local National Park Service rangers. ^ Keefe, Alexa (November 14, 2013) A Cougar Ready for His Closeup National Geographic ^ "LA's Mountain Lion Is A Solitary Cat With A Knack For Travel". NPR. April 19, 2015. Retrieved 20 April 2015.  ^ Nijhuis, Michelle (April 20, 2015). "The Mountain Lions of Los Angeles". The New Yorker. 

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