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Monterey Park, California: Cascades Park Team Field Report

700 S. Atlantic Blvd, Monterey Park, CA
I-10 exit 23A. Drive south on S. Atlantic Blvd for one mile. Turn right at the stoplight onto El Portal Place. You'll see the waterfall straight ahead. Lit at night.
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Cascades Park

Built in 1929, just before the Great Depression, as part of an ill-timed real estate development. The multi-level cascades can be seen from space. Report... [03/17/2023]

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Cascades Park Waterfall.

Cascades Park Waterfall

It's a beautiful, strikingly big waterfall -- seemingly as part of a real estate development. Very random.

[Caldwell, 03/17/2023]

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