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The Huntington Park area lies just south of the greater LA area on Highway 110 and Highway 710. The area is home to a wide variety of entertainment options and festivals, making it a prime location for enjoying everything LA has to offer.

Huntington Park is culturally diverse and rich in history. The community focuses on historic preservation and takes pride in its roots while embracing growth and nurturing an up-and-coming arts scene.


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As of October 2017, the average apartment rent in Huntington Park, CA is $723 for a studio, $871 for one bedroom, $1,109 for two bedrooms, and $1,583 for three bedrooms. Apartment rent in Huntington Park has increased by 2.7% in the past year.

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83 Walk Score® Very Walkable
57 Transit Score® Good Transit
61 Bike Score® Bikeable



Huntington Park offers authentic flavors from around the globe. From spicy fajitas to rich curries, you can find anything you're craving. Make your way to Taste of India. Savor the flavors of chicken mali, which features chicken that has been marinated in yogurt, herbs and spices cooked in a creamy coconut sauce and tandoored in a clay oven. Accompany your curry with one of the many varieties of freshly cooked Indian breads such as garlic naan or cheese naan. Spice up your night when you dine at Avila's El Ranchito Mexican Restaurant. Try one of the signature dishes, the sizzling steak fajitas served with a side of Mexican style rice and beans. Sip on a margarita as you enjoy a wet burrito, which is covered in cheese and smothered in homemade salsa. Avila's has been around for a while, but the owner makes sure the service is just as attentive and fast as it was when the restaurant opened in 1966. Jade Siam Restaurant has the best Thai food in town. Dig in to some crunchy Thai egg rolls or deep-fried tofu with sweet and sour sauce. Locals recommend the cashew chicken and spicy pad Thai that reflect the robust flavors of authentic Thai cuisine. Huntington Park is home to a variety of entertainment options including bars, nightclubs and live music venues. One great place to listen to live music from local artists is at Club Lido. On the weekend, locals head to The Redwood Room dive bar for some tasty drinks and a good time. Dial up your favorite tune on the jukebox as you chow down on some free popcorn. The personable and attentive bartenders will make you feel at home. Your wallet will thank you for the cheap drinks such as mixed drinks for $6 and beers on tap for $4.


During the late 1800s, settlers arrived at what is now the Hunting Park neighborhood. The explorer Francisco Salvatore Lugo, who was a personal friend of the King of Spain, was the first settler to arrive to the area, according to records. Lugo purchased the land that was the known as Rancho San Antonio from the Mexican government. Be sure to check out Huntington Park Library for more information on the area.

Huntington Park is home to one of South California’s largest annual spring festivals, Primavera Carnaval. The festival offers fun for all ages with events such as amusement rides, a craft & art fair, retail commercial booths and a free health fair. Carnaval goers flock to the stage for daily concerts from local artists.


Huntington Park is located only minutes away from the downtown Los Angeles center. It is located south of LA off Highway 110 and Highway 710. It should only take around 17 minutes to reach downtown LA by car via Santa Fe Avenue and S Alameda Street.

Public parking is widely available, with free parking for up to 4 hours from 8am to 9pm as well as monthly parking passes available for purchase.

Many local metro routes service the area, making it easy to travel around the area and also to the greater LA area. It takes around 40 minutes to reach the center of LA via the 251 metro bus route from Huntington Park.

The area is also home to many bike and walking paths, making the area easily traversed by bicycle or on foot.

You can easily hail a cab with Dial-a-Ride or use your Uber app. There are also many taxi companies that provide regular service to the area.


Monthly rent for a one-bedroom apartment in the Huntington Park neighborhood is $795 to $975 per month on Rita Avenue and Rugby Avenue, respectively.

Gas prices in Huntington Park average out to be around 11 percent higher than the national average. A one-way ticket on the LA metro bus costs $1.75, with 50 cents more to transfer to a non-metro bus. A pint of beer at a local pub such as The Redwood Room costs between $4 to $6. The cost of living in the Huntington Park area averages out to be slightly lower than the LA metro area average.


Shop to your heart's content at boutiques such as Jaeliss, Blush Dress and Genesis for all the latest fashion trends and vintage products. They carry items such as party dresses, accessories and casual chic wear.

Pick up some groceries from Food 4 Less, Superior Grocers or El Tapatio Markets. Markets in this area offer a wide range of specialty items and world food sections.

Stop in to Huntington Park Farmer’s Market for a selection of organic local products, homemade baked goods, fresh herbs and jams. The market features almost 100 vendors that offer the best local products at affordable prices. Try some local honey, a carton of freshly picked blackberries or some fresh spinach and cilantro to cook dinner.


Huntington Park is home to an extensive biking and hiking trail system. Grab your bicycle and head out on the trails for the day, or head to one of the areas parks for some fun in the sun.

Salt Lake Park features amenities such as a playground, a skate park, baseball field, soccer field, BBQ areas and basketball courts. Get fit when you head to their indoor/outdoor recreational center that boasts a weight room and indoor basketball and racket courts. Have a barbecue with your friends and chill out in the picnic area as the kids play on the jungle gym.

Take your dogs for a walk along the river at nearby South Gate dog park that offers an off-leash dog park and plenty of trails.


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