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Poway is home to several attractions, including Mount Woodson (the highest point in Poway), Lake Poway Park, the San Diego Zoo Safari Park and the Old Town Poway Museum. The city also has a public 18-hole golf course called Indian Valley Golf Club that was designed by architect Alister MacKenzie and opened in 1924. In addition to being a residential community with many hiking trails, it is also home to numerous religious institutions including Holy Trinity Catholic Church (built in 1923) and Temple Beth Israel Synagogue (founded as an Orthodox Jewish congregation). The area now known as Poway has been inhabited for over 5,000 years. The first Native Americans came into the valley around 4000 BC leaving behind petroglyphs such as at nearby Pala Asistencia site which are preserved within Rancho Peñasquitos Canyon Preserve on land owned by SDSU's College of Extended Studies .