Comfort Suites Near Six Flags Magic Mountain
25380 The Old Road
Stevenson Ranch, CA 91381
Phone: (661) 254-7700
Fax: (661) 254-7736
25380 The Old Road, Stevenson Ranch, CA, US, 91381
- Phone: (661) 254-7700
- Fax: (661) 254-7736
This world-famous attraction is one of Southern California's most popular theme parks. With the most exciting thrill rides around, California residents come here when they want to have fun. Over the years Six Flags Magic Mountain has evolved. A new park has been added next door - Six Flags Hurricane Harbor - and the two parks together comprise Six Flags California. Magic Mountain bills itself as the "Xtreme Park," with the most roller coasters and adult rides in the region. Of course, there are activities for the less ambitious, but this park is known best for its thrills.
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.
This course is characterized by its canyon location. Plenty of rolling hills and plenty of trees make up its play length. Its 18 holes are of average yardage, and the course is well-designed with good variety. Additional features include a pro shop, equipment rentals, cart rentals, golf lessons, driving range, putting greens, banquet facilities, a coffee shop and a cocktail lounge. It also has a tennis court and an on site restaurant for its guests to enjoy.
Whether you are looking to break McGuire's record or learning to bat for the first time, you can be a part of the World Series, the World Series Batting Range, that is. Each cage is set-up for fast or slow pitches ranging from 40 to 85 miles per hour. You can join their batting school or head out with your kid. This is also the best place to come if your team is in need of a little practice. Five players or more qualify for a discount rate.
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.
This is a relatively short course of around 4,000 yards, with flat terrain that is easily covered up walking. Hazards here come in the form of sand bunkers and trees. Rounding out at a par of 62, the course is split almost evenly between eight par fours and 10 par threes. Like many courses within close proximity to the mountains, severe damage was suffered during storms in 1997, altering the course by destroying more than 100 trees.
If he had wanted me to fly, he would have given me wings! And so, he has. Hang gliding is truly the next best thing to flying and Wind sports will surely teach you how to keep the wind beneath your wings. Classes are taught by seasoned professionals and nobody is allowed to "fly" without completing all of the required classes. Anyone with a wing and a prayer is welcome, and it makes a super birthday gift for that someone who has everything.
One of the better city-run courses in Los Angeles County, this course has some long and challenging par fours in the middle of it. The sprawling greens and sand bunkers that run throughout can be tricky as well. The course includes a nice driving range, putting green, new clubhouse, rental facilities and flood lights for dusk golfing.
Although not among the most attractive courses in the area, many locals consider this course a more than worthy challenge. Overall, it is a short course, with difficulties arising from the consistently hilly terrain starting right off with the first hole. A number of improvements have been made in recent years both in the upkeep and facilities. The adjacent Par 3 course is only 900 yards long and costs just a few dollars to play. Call to check fees and book tee times.
At just a little over 1,000 yards, this par 3 is a good course for beginners and for sharpening up your short game. The two major obstacles in this course are the hilly terrain and large number of scattered oak trees. Located in the San Fernando Valley, the course is a modest drive from the Los Angeles and Pasadena areas, and also offers a driving range.
This is a non-profit group that plants trees and teaches the community about environmental issues. It plants both native and exotic plants. The tour is for children and is located in Coldwater Canyon Park, a 45-acre area where children can learn about the plants around them as well as spend some time gardening. Kids are taught about recycling and how they can help in their everyday lives to protect the environment and the future of the planet.
This park covers 9,000 acres and offers spectacular views of both the ocean and the valley. There is a self-guided trail that teaches you about the ecology as you walk along the path. There are pleasant green meadows that make a great picnic spot. No camping facilities are available, but this can be an enjoyable day trip. Water and sanitary facilities are available. The park can also be accessed from Will Rogers State Park. Park hours are from 8 p.m. to dusk.