Most people living in Los Angles are familiar with the concrete-lined flood control channel that is named the Los Angeles River. Encased in concrete along much of its route, the Los Angeles River doesn’t really look much like a river – but there are places where the river runs in a natural course. One of those places is the Sepulveda Wildlife Area.
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NOTE: Because this is a sensitive wildlife area, dogs are not allowed.
For more information: http://sepulvedabasinwildlife.org/
You can check out this marvelous stretch of the Los Angeles River at the Sepulveda Wildlife Area here:
KCET has put out an interactive map of suggested walking routes along the Los Angeles River at various points. I have made it a goal of mine to visit as many of these spots along the river as I can. Who knows, I may do a slideshow on the Los Angeles River one day. You can check out the KCET website here: http://www.kcet.org/socal/departures/fieldguides/lariver/walks/