Dog-Friendly: Yes Kid-Friendly: Yes
General Information and Features:
Personal Experience: This is a nice family spot or place to walk your dog. Tucked away behind an apartment complex are 23 acres of woodsy hiking trails and a pond which, at the time we visited, was looking quite sad. We need rain! The pond is home to bluegill, catfish, large-mouth bass and crappie fish.
You can spot a variety plant life throughout the park, including prickly pear cactus, olive trees, pepper trees, sagebrush, oak trees and eucalyptus trees. Common wild animals include ducks, other aquatic birds, rabbits and lizards.
There is a playground for children and picnic tables for lunches. Propane barbecues are allowed in designated picnic areas only. Charcoal and wood fires are not permitted. There was a nature center which was closed when we visited. Boo! It was fun to explore nonetheless.
I am having trouble finding the history of this area. If anyone knows, I would love to hear!
I found a Little Free Library here!
Here is a shot of the pond in 2019 after a wonderful, rainy winter!