Designed in 1932 by Architect Myron Hunt and built by unemployed workers during the depression, La Casita now serves as a rental facility for public and private functions. La Casita was assembled of native Arroyo stone and lumber. Surrounding La Casita are drought-tolerant demonstration gardens nestled amongst oaks in the shadow of Colorado Street Bridge, making this rustic location the perfect setting for events.
La Casita del Arroyo is located in the Lower Arroyo within the Arroyo Seco Natural Park, south of the Colorado Street Bridge.
The main entrance to the Lower Arroyo is located off South Arroyo Blvd.
Follow this link for directions to the Lower Arroyo Main Entrance
La Casita is available for public or private functions by reservation only.
Please contact Human Services & Recreation reservation desk to reserve La Casita or by call HSR at (626) 744-7195.
Located on the western side of Pasadena near CA-134 & I-210 freeways, many roads lead to the Arroyo Seco Natural Park. Three main entrances provide automobile access to the park and numerous trails along the eastern and western edges of the park provide additional access from neighborhoods and surrounding communities.
Directions to Arroyo Seco Natural Park provided by GoogleMaps