A great way to get some good exercise is to take advantage of one of the riverbed paths we have in the Downey area. Whether you ride a bike or are just out for a walk in the fresh air, we have riverbeds on both the east and west borders of Downey.
On this day, we decided to walk the Rio Hondo riverbed—alongside Treasure Island Park and around the split where the overflow riverbed cuts off. Of course, to follow the overflow branch, we had to enter through a gate that had been cut open. It made for a good afternoon adventure (although the gate at the other end of the riverbed was locked, so we did have to retrace our steps to get out).