"A residential road that leads right into a national park"
Montebello Drive is hidden among residential streets at the edge of Shiloh Regional National Park. The drive is lined with California styled bungalows that were inspired by their own individual designs. The road twists deep into the regional park. There are plenty of trees for shade and trails that offer wonderful hikes through the woods. This area has been prone to forest fires in the past and is quite common with fire alerts and warnings. This is one of those streets that is so hidden that even the locals might not be familiar with it. Its exclusivity away from the outside world make it the perfect street to raise a family and raise children. There is a small parking lot at the end of the drive which is dedicated for hikers and other nature lovers, so there is some traffic that comes through that specifically go to the park. Traffic can be a little busy for a residential street during the weekends.