Pacific Palisades Women's Club 901 Haverford Ave, Pacific Palisades, CA90272 The Pacific Palisades Women's Club is a nonprofit, 501-3c local philanthropic organization that has been around since…More the early days of Pacific Palisades. The club supports many local fundraising efforts for organizations and schools. The building here operates as a community center, where many local organizations rent the space for meetings, classes and events. The Pacific Palisades Garden Club, Pacific Palisades AARP, Pacific Palisades Democratic Club, Pacific Palisades Resident's Association, Pacific Palisades Junior Women's Club and Fresh Start Group are some of the many local groups that meet here. Other activities here include tai chi classes, meditation classes and bridge games. The facilities include a kitchen and can hold up to 200 people.
Palisades Recreation Center 851 Alma Real Dr, Pacific Palisades, CA90272 Palisades Recreation Center provides facilities and programs for recreational and athletic activities in the Pacific…More Palisades community. Operated by the City of Los Angeles, the center features a playground, barbecue pits, a lighted baseball diamond, indoor and outdoor basketball courts, a lighted football field, a lighted volleyball court and an indoor gym. Additionally, the center is home to the Pacific Palisades Tennis Center, offering eight courts and training programs. Classes and programs offered at the center include fitness, martial arts, dance, volleyball, skate boarding, basketball, softball, flag football, roller hockey and badminton. The center also hosts the After School Club program for children to complete their school work in a fun and safe environment. Permits are required for private use of any facilities.
Will Rogers State Historic Park 1501 Will Rogers State Park Rd, Pacific Palisades, CA90272 Will Rogers State Historic Park sits on the land that was a ranch owned by actor, radio personality, columnist, humorist…More and philosopher Will Rogers. Rogers died in 1935, and after the death of his widow, Betty, in 1944, the land became a state park. The Rogers' ranch house stands on the property, and features a polo field where the Will Rogers Polo Club plays, and where various equestrian activities are held. Visitors can hike a moderate three-mile trail, as well as the Backbone Trail that leads into the Santa Monica Mountains. Tour arrangements can be made for schools and other groups on Thursdays and Fridays.