The El Dorado Regional Park is a sprawling park in Long Beach. It was first opened in 1955, and ever since it has been attracting nature lovers who want to get away from the city that lies just outside the park. It covers 800 acres that include an east and west area; in the east area there is a 105-acre nature reserve as well as three fishing lakes and a children's train ride. The west section boasts a golf course, basketball courts and other sporting areas. There is so much more and something for everyone. You can even camp in the park. Reservations are required for camping and special events with large groups of people.
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