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Santa Susana Pass State Historical Park

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This 670-acre historic park, located in Los Angeles County where the Simi Hills meet the Santa Susana Mountains, is rich in natural, historical and cultural significance. Here in the western part of the Transverse Ranges, the land is dominated by high, narrow ridges and deep canyons covered with an abundant variety of plant life. The park offers panoramic views of the rugged natural landscape as a striking contrast to the developed communities nearby.

Directions: The best access to the park is via Chatsworth Park South (Los Angeles City Community Park). Take the 118 Freeway to the Topanga Canyon Boulevard exit. Proceed south on Topanga Boulevard approximately one mile. Turn right (west) on Devonshire, proceed half a mile, and enter Chatsworth Park South, where there is free parking. The hills surrounding the community park are the parklands for Santa Susana Pass State Park, which is a day-use area.

Address: Santa Susana Pass Road, Chatsworthh
Phone: (310) 455-2465

Park Features:

September 20 - 9am - 4pm, Free Bus Trip to the Beach, Vista Hermosa Natural Park
September 20 - 10am, Self Sufficient Home, King Gillette Ranch
September 20 - 8am, Up with the Birds, Ed Davis Park in Towsley Canyon
September 21 - 3pm, Native Ways, Franklin Canyon Park
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