Sepulveda Dam

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Sepulveda Dam

California

(818) 756-8188

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Overview

The Sepulveda Dam is a surrounding area, managed by the City of Los Angeles Parks that offers a variety of exciting recreation opportunities. It consists of Balboa Sports Center, Hjelte Sports Center, Lake Balboa/Anthony C. Beilenson Park, Sepulveda Garden Center, Sherman Oaks Castle Park, Woodley Park, Encino Golf Course, Balboa Golf Course, and Woodley Lakes Golf Course. Anthony C. Beilenson Park is an 80 acre water recreation facility within the Sepulveda Flood Control basin. The centerpiece of the park, Lake Balboa, is a 27 acre lake filled with water reclaimed from the Tillman Water Reclamation Plant. Recreation activities include fishing, boating, remote-control boating, as well as jogging/walking and bicycling along a paved 3 mile trail. Balboa Municipal Golf Course and Encino Municipal Golf Course are part of a 36-hole Sepulveda Dam Recreation Area complex. Balboa Municipal Golf Course is a short-length golf course with narrow tree-lined fairways. Encino Municipal Golf Course is a medium-length golf course with large, wide tree-lined fairways. Woodley Lakes Municipal Golf Course offers wide fairways, large greens, and nine acres of water hazards. Woodley Park is a site made for group picnics. Picnics require a minimum reservation notice of one month in advance. They can be contacted at (818) 756-8187.

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Latitude, Longitude: 34.168448, -118.470986

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Activities

  • Boating

    Anthony C. Beilenson Park is an 80 acre water recreation facility within the Sepulveda Flood Control basin. The centerpiece of the park, Lake Balboa, is a 27 acre lake filled with water reclaimed from the Tillman Water Reclamation Plant. Recreation activities include fishing, boating, remote-control boating and jogging/walking.

  • Bicycling

    Anthony C. Beilenson Park is an 80 acre water recreation facility within the Sepulveda Flood Control basin. The centerpiece of the park, Lake Balboa, is a 27 acre lake filled with water reclaimed from the Tillman Water Reclamation Plant. Recreation activities include fishing, boating, remote-control boating and jogging/walking. 3 miles

  • Fishing

    Anthony C. Beilenson Park is an 80 acre water recreation facility within the Sepulveda Flood Control basin. The centerpiece of the park, Lake Balboa, is a 27 acre lake filled with water reclaimed from the Tillman Water Reclamation Plant. Recreation activities include fishing, boating, remote-control boating and jogging/walking.

  • Golfing

    Balboa Municipal Golf Course is a short-length golf course with narrow tree-lined fairways. Balboa provides a real challenge for mid to high handicap golfers. Balboa Municipal Golf Course is part of a 36-hole Sepulveda Dam Recreation Area complex along with Encino Municipal Golf Course. Their starter contact is (818) 995-1170.

    Woodley Lakes Municipal Golf Course offers wide fairways, large greens, and nine acres of water hazards. Woodley Lakes was designed by Ray Goates and opened in 1975 as the third golf golf course in the Sepulveda Dam Recreation Area. Woodley Lakes also provides habitat to a wide variety of wild-life species. Other public facilities in the area are Anthony C. Beilenson Park (formerly Balboa Park) featuring Lake Balboa, and the Balboa Sports Complex.

    Encino Municipal Golf Course is a medium-length golf course with large, wide tree-lined fairways. Encino offers a unique and varied layout that provides a test for the long hitter. Encino Golf Course also has a number of challenging 3 pars. Encino was designed by William P. Bell & Sons and opened in 1957 as the second course of the 36-hole complex, along with Balboa Municipal Golf Course, in the Sepulveda Dam Recreation Area. The starter number is (818) 995-1170.

  • Hiking

    Anthony C. Beilenson Park is an 80 acre water recreation facility within the Sepulveda Flood Control basin. The centerpiece of the park, Lake Balboa, is a 27 acre lake filled with water reclaimed from the Tillman Water Reclamation Plant. Recreation activities include fishing, boating, remote-control boating and jogging/walking.

  • Picnicking

    Woodley Park is a site made for group picnics. Picnics require a minimum reservation notice of one month in advance. They can be contacted at (818) 756-8187.

  • Water Sports

    Anthony C. Beilenson Park is an 80 acre water recreation facility within the Sepulveda Flood Control basin. The centerpiece of the park, Lake Balboa, is a 27 acre lake filled with water reclaimed from the Tillman Water Reclamation Plant. Recreation activities include fishing, boating, remote-control boating and jogging/walking.

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There are various locations to enjoy. Please contact 818-756-8188 for more information.

Phone Numbers

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(818) 756-8188

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