1960 N. San Gabriel Avenue, Azusa, CA 91702
San Gabriel Canyon Forest Gateway – San Gabriel Pl Hwy 39 about 2 miles north of the 210 Fwy
Hours of Operation: Friday – 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
Voice (626) 969-1012
The San Gabriel Canyon Forest Gateway is a 2.5 – acre pocket park and interpretive center in Azusa providing a unique interface between the urban and Angeles National Forest environments.
Marking the entrance to the San Gabriel Mountains National Monument this small nature trail and gathering space features native plants and stormwater capture surrounding a ranger station with information about the mountains and Angeles forest.
The San Gabriel Canyon Forest Gateway park like the other parks developed by AMIGOS brings volunteers, government agencies, foundations and corporations together—anyone and everyone who has an interest in supporting the Emerald Necklace of East Los Angeles County and greening Greater L.A.
We work to ensure that people come together not to compete but to collaborate and discover synergies—building consensus, employing best practices, and working to increase the availability of natural and recreational resources for everyone.
DATE COMPLETED: 2008
Project Team: Amigos de los Rios with VCA Engineering and Office of Sustainable Architecture
Park Funding: Proposition A – Los Angeles County – 1st District Supervisor – Gloria Molina (Ret.), San Gabriel and Lower Los Angeles Rivers and Mountains Conservancy