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OC Parks Opens ADA-Accessible Fishing Platform at Tri-City Regional Park

Six people, including OC Parks staff and Chairman Chaffee, stand behind a yellow ribbon. Chaffee prepares to cut the ribbon with large, ceremonial scissors.

Placentia, Calif. – Chairman Doug Chaffee from the Orange County Board of Supervisors cut the ribbon on a brand-new, ADA-accessible fishing platform at Tri-City Regional Park in Placentia on May 31.

“This new platform will open additional opportunities for more people to enjoy the wonderful sport of fishing,” Chairman Chaffee said. “I am excited to open this new feature and thank OC Parks for providing these amenities to our community.”

The new, large platform is made from recycled plastic decking material for its durability and low cost of maintenance. The project also added shoreline reinforcement and an accessible pathway from the platform to nearby restrooms.

The lake is stocked seasonally with trout and catfish. A California Fishing License is required for all anglers ages 16 and up. The closest access and accessible parking are available from the Rolling Hills Drive entrance.

OC Parks stocks nine fishing lakes throughout the County. For more information, including stocking schedules, please visit our website at