Comfort Suites Near Six Flags Magic Mountain
25380 The Old Road
Stevenson Ranch, CA 91381
Phone: (661) 254-7700
Fax: (661) 254-7736
This park was once the ranch of William S. Hart, a silent film cowboy star. The now-public park cover 253 acres, 110 of which are a wilderness preserve. The other areas feature a picnic area, an animal compound, and a house called LaLoma de los Vientos that is used to showcase artwork and sculpture by artist Charles M. Russell as well as Native American artifacts.
This water park, located adjacent to Six Flags Magic Mountain, features more than two dozen rides. If you don't mind getting wet, this park has something for everyone, from lazily floating on a raft to being hurled down a tube at high speeds. Some of the rides include Black Snake Summit, Forgotten Sea Wave Pool, Bamboo Racer, among others. Although not as large as Raging Waters, the park is right next to Magic Mountain and combination tickets are available. Check website for varying dates.
Located inside the Six Flags Magic Mountain, is a steel beast which goes by the name, Full Throttle! This is a mind-blowing ride which lasts only for a minute but gives one an adrenaline rush of a lifetime. Comprising of, a mighty loop which towers 160 feet (49 meters) over the ground and zig-zag tracks that turn three cars at an angle of 180 degrees every second, Full Throttle is definitely for the dare devils. Very scary yet very safe, Full Throttle is undoubtedly the pride of Six Flags.
Placerita Canyon Park covers 314 acres and features native chaparrals. It is located in a beautiful canyon with plenty of California live oak. There is a Nature Center where you can learn all about the local flora and fauna. In addition, there is a self-guided tour that aids in learning about the local animals and plants. This is a great place to spend a day with nature, and to learn a little bit about it.
Whenever we think of churches, we think about bible studies and sermons. The Church at Rocky Peak is like any other, although this church is not just about that. Unique workshops on quilt-making and fitness is what makes this church different. With upcoming events like seminars for women and leadership workshops, this church believes in community progress in all walks of life. Check website for more details.
This area features a man-made lake with 29 miles (46.6 kilometers) of shoreline and 8,800 acres (3561 hectares) of land to hike, bike, ride horses or just get back to nature. The Castaic Dam attracts a lot of attention and picture-snapping. And the lake is separated into two sections; the lower lake for swimming and rowing and the upper lake for sailing, power boating, fishing and jet skiing. Boat rentals are available and there are plenty of picnic tables. There is a bait shop for anglers and a mini-mart for snacks, drinks and ice. This is a fun place to spend the day exploring both land and water.
Rómulo Pico Adobe, or Ranchito Rómulo is a historic home located in Los Angeles, California. Built in 1853, it holds the distinction of being the second oldest residence in Los Angeles. Over the course of time, the building suffered damages and was restored a few times. It is now owned by the San Fernando Valley Historical Society who runs it as a local history house museum. The site was added to the list of National Register of Historic Places in 1966.
The Santa Susana Depot served the locals of Simi Valley since its inception in 1903. Currently, this historical depot comes under the purview of Rancho Simi Parks and Recreation Department. This recreated depot takes you back to the 19th and 20th Century era, and visitors get an insight into the working of railroad and related avenues.
Operated by the San Fernando Historical Site and Preservation, the Lopez Abode is one among the two oldest existing residences in this place. This home was said to be the first home that consisted of two and a half levels in the San Francisco Valley. Currently the abode is a great place that conducts ceremonies with seasonal songs and Mexican dances. This abode is also open to the public.
This garden cultivates and curates a huge collection of flora representing different themes of over 1200 species including bulbs, cacti, herbs and wildflowers. The 1.5-acre (0.61-hectare) land includes botanical gardens, a nursery and a garden house. Visitors come here to spend a serene evening with family and friends.
Legend has it, that Dark Water Asylum has witnessed mysterious deaths of countless people. Enter this place at your own risk, for you will either solve this long-lasted mystery or you will be doomed for ever. This really unique haunted house attraction takes you to the depths of fear and then some more! Special group discounts and a non-scary theme birthday party can be arranged for children of all ages.
The Grandma Prisbrey's Bottle Village comrpises a home and a yard on Cochran Street in Simi Valley, California. Built in the 1960s by Tressa Prisbrey, an aged lady, out of dumped glass bottles, the entire area contains houses made of colorful glass and other dumped articles. Sadly, most of the 'village' perished in the 1994 Northridge earthquake, but members of the Preserve Bottle Village Committee have taken it upon themselves to redeem the structures. The area is not open to the public, but a private tour can be organized.