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Los Angeles

Lake Balboa Park

Lake Balboa is a district in the San Fernando Valley region of the city of Los Angeles. The Anthony C. Beilenson Park as the former Balboa Park is now called is an 80 acres recreation facility on Lake Balboa, with the 27 acres Lake as the centerpiece of the park. The park has barbecue pits, a bicycle path, a cascade, a children`s play area, a fly fishing area, a 1.3 miles jogging path, a lake for fishing where swimming is prohibited, a launch ramp, pedal boats, picnic pavilions and picnic tables.

Private boating is for only boats without motors or for electric trolling. There is a remote control boating cove and toilet facilities. Japanese cherry blossom trees are located in the park close to the lake where families can enjoy picnics. The only staff members at the park are lifeguards. Parking lots are around the park and a universally accessible playground has been designed for children. /div>