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For a lot of Southern Californians, especially those who see the river only from the freeway, much of the Santa Ana is a trickle that runs down the middle of a wide expanse of sand and rocks, hemmed in on each side by concrete walls.That’s especially true in Orange County, where the Santa Ana posed a serious flood threat to homes and businesses. A flood in March 1938 damaged communities and killed at least 19 people as water up to 4 feet deep spread across the coastal plain.The Army Corps of Engineers declared the river to be the greatest flood threat west of the Mississippi, and by 1941, Prado Dam had been built across the river near the border of Orange and Riverside counties.Another big flood in 1969 led to the construction of the immense Seven Oaks Dam in the foothills of the San Bernardino Mountains. That dam in the eastern San Bernardino Valley, along with Prado Dam, now 28 feet taller, afford Orange County residents protection from a 100-year flood and have cleared the way for construction of more homes and businesses in what once was the flood plain.But for all the protection those dams and culverts provided, they took away the river’s personality and approachability. Much of the river was fenced off and boxed in.Back in the day, people interested in recreation along the water were warned away by authorities who ticked off a list of hazards – drowning, attacks by wild pigs living in the river bottom, illnesses caused by contact with water that was mostly outfall from sewage treatment plants.WHAT’S HERE? 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But some of the dikes aren’t built, said Scott Bangle, who, as director and general manager of the Riverside County Regional Park and Open-Space District, is in charge of completing the trail to Orange County.“So, where do I put the trail?” Bangle asked while leading a tour through the maze of construction. “How do I build a trail on something that’s not there yet?”When opportunity presents, Bangle builds segments of trail even if they don’t connect. A nearly 1-mile segment of bicycle/equestrian trail runs along the river in Eastvale. It doesn’t hook up with the Santa Ana trail at either end, but it does link to a small community park and gets plenty of use by local walkers and riders.WHAT’S COMING? Fast-forward 10 years and imagine what the Santa Ana River recreation opportunities might be.The trail along the river will be complete.“You’ll be able to walk 30 miles from the Santa Ana River headwaters on dirt and then get on your bike and ride 70 miles to the sea,” said Patricia Lock-Dawson, a longtime champion of the trail and owner of PLD Consulting, which has worked for the Santa Ana River Conservancy and the Riverside County Board of Supervisors, among others.There will be easy connections to public transportation, she said.“You could ride your bike to Disneyland. 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