Interested in Bellflower homes for rent? Then you're looking in a Los Angeles suburb known as The Friendly City, with a population of 77,000 residents. Discover what makes the city of Bellflower so appealing.
Outdoor Activities for Bellflower Renters
Nature lovers will love the many parks and recreation options available outside Bellflower houses for rent. At Johns S. Simms Park and Thompson Park, enjoy the 300-seat auditorium, softball fields, children's playground and barbecues, and at Caruthers Park, a 20-acre recreation facility, play baseball, softball, basketball, volleyball, tennis, handball and tetherball. Also at Caruthers Park, enjoy the wading pool, big and small children's playgrounds, equestrian facilities, bike paths and jogging trails. For more exercise, take a class at Gretel's Dance Studio, Swingtime Dance Studio or Steps of Gold Paso De Oro.
Eating in Bellflower
Find culinary inspiration for your rental house kitchen at the Bellflower Farmer's Market, held each Monday in John S. Simms Park. Here, you'll find fresh produce, bread, flowers and more, at the corner of Clark Avenue at Oak Street. If you and your rental house kitchen don't get along, try some of the city's most beloved restaurants. At Jazz Melody Thai BBQ, order the drunken noodles, Shrimp Kra Pow, Tom Yum soup and Pad Thai. For more typical American food, dine at Fronk's Restaurant and choose the pulled pork sandwich, hamburger, sweet potato fries or blackened chicken.
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