Project Overview

Physical and emotional health have a strong impact on individual wellbeing, and health plays a large role in allowing a community to thrive. The City of Santa Monica celebrates the joy and benefits of walking with the Walk Loop Project, a neighborhood-focused initiative to create walking loops throughout the city. Whether you are a casual stroller or walk enthusiast, these 1-mile walking loops aim to promote health and wellbeing, create opportunities for discovery and inspiration, and strengthen community connections.

In partnership with Adopt-A-Walk, the City’s first walking loop is being introduced in the Wilmont Neighborhood, it’s route beginning and ending at Reed Park and extending along the neighborhood’s tree-lined sidewalks, local shops, and park amenities. The Wilmont Walk Loop is a great place to take a deep breath, walk off some stress, and be active. Folks experiencing the walking loop for the first time can look for the standing sign at 7th/California to receive information about the project, see a map of the entire route, and orient themselves before starting their 1-mile trip.

Who will you meet as you wander?

What will you discover?

About Adopt-A-Walk 

Adopt-A-Walk is a health advocacy organization passionate about creating and promoting walking friendly communities to improve the health of the people in the community in a fun and easy way. Learn more at

Wilmont Walk Loop Opening Celebration

Santa Monica is a place where walking is not only pleasant and desirable, but a core part of the City’s identity and character—we are a city of walkers.

Join us on Saturday, June 29 at 1pm to celebrate the opening of the Wilmont Walk Loop (and stay for Meet Me at Reed activities beginning at 3pm)! Following short remarks from Mayor Pro Tempore Terry O’Day and Adopt-A-Walk, we’ll be leaving for a 1-mile walk from the corner of 7th/California adjacent to Reed Park. Wear good walking shoes and bring a reusable water bottle. This event is family friendly and dogs are welcome too!

RSVP and email questions to