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Welcome to Lake Balboa, Los Angeles.
Lake Balboa is a district in the San Fernando Valley, home to around 24,300 people. The Lake Balboa neighborhood is centered round its 27-acre lake, which is situated in the middle of the Anthony C. Beilenson Park. Lake Balboa is filled with water from the Tillman Water Reclamation Plant, and features lots of amenities like barbecue pits, multi-use trails, a playground, and picnic pavilions. While swimming is prohibited, visitors can enjoy pedal activities like pedal boating and fly fishing in the lake. Another green space in the calm respite of Lake Balboa is the Woodley Park, which features the Apollo 3 Flight Field, an archery range, barbecue pits, play areas and ball courts. Woodley Park also includes a wildlife reservation area with a rich animal life. Lake Balboa offers several convenient amenities, including several nearby schools and public transportation. While there are no major shopping malls in the immediate area, residents have access to Whole Foods and Gelson's a mile or two away. The neighborhood is home to a mix of residents, ranging from newcomers who enjoy the affordable middle-class housing prices, to those who have lived in the area for years and years. Most people own their own house in Balboa, and residences are often 1950s style, medium-sized homes. In Lake Balboa, your neighbors will be everything from young professionals and people in the entertainment industry, to crafts people, artists and retirees. If you are looking for an affordable, calm neighborhood in the greater Los Angeles area, Lake Balboa offers a great alternative to the more expensive San Fernando Valley neighborhoods.
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