Lakewood (California)

Lakewood is in the Gateway Cities region of Los Angeles County.

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Lakewood Center

Aside from the standard mall stores, Lakewood Center has a Carousel inside of the mall and a Pacific Movie Theatre with 16 screens, including one of the largest Southern California movie screens outside of Hollywood.


Summer Concerts in the Park

Free concerts held in Del Valle Park on Thursday evenings during the summer. Dinner and refreshments are sold at the concert or patrons may bring their own.



Long Beach Airport

American Airlines, Delta, and JetBlue fly into this airport, just a few miles south of Lakewood.


Pan American Fiesta

Arts and crafts, displays, food booths, entertainment and amusement rides



Long Beach Transit

Nine of Long Beach Transit's lines service the city of Lakewood

OTHER   —  +1 562 591-2301 —  Map

Angelo M. Iacoboni Library

The Lakewood Branch of the Los Angeles County Public Library.

OTHER   —  +1 562 866-1777 —  4990 Clark Ave


Metro Transit Authority

Two MTA lines have their terminus at Lakewood Center

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Lakewood Equestrian Center

Pony rides, riding lessons and a petting zoo.



Lakewood Golf Course

An 18-hole, par 72 golf course.


Souplantation

Soup and salad. Very popular.


Lakewood Regional Medical Center

24-hour emergency room.

OTHER   —  +1 562 531-2550 —  3700 E. South St

East Side Mario's

New York style Italian

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The Elephant Bar

Asian inspired

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Mimi's Cafe

American

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El Torito

Mexican

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About Lakewood (California)

}} Lakewood is a bedroom community and one of the first large-scale tract housing cities built following WWII. Lakewood is officially recognized as a Tree City USA by the National Arbor Day Foundation for its numerous trees and its active care for them. Lakewood is also designated as Sportstown USA by ''Sports Illustrated'' magazine for its 10 major parks, nine of which have fields, two community swimming pools and two community centers.


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