Compton Creek | KCET
Plans for an urban park are in the works here at Compton Creek. The city of Compton recently purchased this land and plans to nurture its development into a regional garden. Today, it is a fun place for families to venture into the channel and explore this natural-bottomed creek, a tributary of the Los Angeles River.
STARTING AND ENDING
Compton Creek at Artesia Boulevard. Compton, CA 90220
STARTING POINT PARKING
Use the parking lot at Crystal Casino & Hotel, then find your way to the adjacent green space along the river and head downriver. 123 E. Artesia Boulevard, Compton, CA.
DIRECTIONS TO THE START
TRANSIT: Take the Metro Blue Line towards Long Beach. Exit at the Artesia Station.
CAR: Head south on the 710 Freeway to the 91 Freeway West. Exit at Alameda/Santa Fe. Keep left at the fork, follow signs for Alameda St/Campton and merge onto Artesia Boulevard.
Crystal Casino & Hotel
The casino has a full dining service.
123 East Artesia Boulevard
Compton, CA 90220
200 Towne Center Dr
Compton, CA 90220-6457
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