Rio de Los Angeles State Park

Most people don’t even know Los Angeles has a river. That’s because it doesn’t really look like one. In the 1930s it was cemented to control unpredictable flooding. Since then it has been the victim of tagging, pollution, and industrial blight. But a section of the LA River—known as the Glendale Narrows—is being restored as part of Rio de Los Angeles State Park.

Visit the Official Park Webpage

California State Parks Foundation

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