This is the park where Reggie the Alligator lived his renegade lifestyle for a year or so. His owner-abandoner picked a wonderful place to dump him--the park proper is a vast wetland, and there's a wildlife sanctuary on the far side. Large swaths of this park are quite inaccessible (at least as far as urban parks go), and it's apparently a great spot for birdwatching, but I don't think we'll travel down here again for kiddie times. They have good play equipment and the ducks and geese are a nice bonus, but the driving distance and the scattered trash were a turnoff.
|In grand Los Angeles tradition, a scenic view...of the oil refinery. Heh.|
|Duck duck geese.|