Monrovia, California, United States, is a city that lies in the San Gabriel Valley, Los Angeles County. At the 2020 census, it had 37,931 inhabitants.
City park on 80 acres with trails, camping & a waterfall, plus a nature center & cabin for events.
It includes exhibits about Monrovia’s history, 1900s life, and Monrovia’s contributions to World Wars I and II.
Waterfall with a swimming hole popular for cliff jumping, accessed via a verdant canyon trail.
The dam is a flood control dam on the San Gabriel River. Most of the time, the dam works as a dry dam.
Amenities include picnic tables, open grassy area, and ADA-approved drinking fountains and playground equipment.
It holds 858 acres of water, with a maximum of 1,028 acres. The dam’s catchment area is 10.8 square miles.