Hansen Dam

At the northern edge of the San Gabriel Valley, the area south of the flood-control dam is one of the vastest green areas in the city. Horse and walking trails once made the area popular for hikers, joggers and equestrians, while the recreational lake provided a place for kayaking and fishing. These days, only the bravest of the mundane humans venture into the area, which is often used for meetings between the various supernatural groups when an indoor venue would be too limiting. Green and lush in the winter, the summer heat usually renders the Southern Californian flora brown and gray. Yucca and chaparral grow in abundance, though the areas closer to the water tend to be greener.

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