Marsh Park is the first regional park on the LA River. The River Pavilion was designed to serve daily visitors, host special events, and sited as a frontispiece of the park. The 4,500 square foot structure references traditional Spanish style architecture and the historic fruit packing houses of the 1930s, and mediates bewteen the residential and industrial scales of the neighborhood.
Located in Elysian Valley, Marsh Park was developed by the Mountains Recreation and Conservation Authority
"One of Elysian Valley's L.A. River-adjacent gems, Marsh Park, just got better with a three acre expansion" (Carren Joa, KCET Departures, 08.13.2014)