The city of Norwalk started out as the original land of the Shoshonean Native American tribe. In the years that followed, Norwalk expanded as a result of its strategic location on the El Camino Real Trail and was named “North Walk”.
In the present day Norwalk is a mainly a residential part of sunny California, but if you happen to be in the area then this is a great place to get outdoors and enjoy the scenery that made this an important stop on the Anaheim Branch Railroad Line.
Leafy parks and nature areas can be found all over Norwalk, and while you can come here and enjoy the serene atmosphere, the city is also close to premier attractions in the California area such as the legendary Knott’s Berry Farm.
Lets explore the best things to do in Norwalk:
1. Norwalk Park
Norwalk Park is the signature park in the city and is a magnet for anyone who loves basketball thanks to its large central court. Whenever you go, you should be able to either take in or watch a game here, and if you want to do something a little more relaxing then there are plenty of other attractions in Norwalk Park. Some of these include playgrounds for children as well as picnic areas for the whole family to enjoy.