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Vasquez Rocks, located in the high desert near Agua Dulce Springs, features 932 acres of spectacular rock formations, Tataviam Indian sites, and a seasonal stream. The rocks' history began in prehistoric times when the sandstone rocks were uplifted at a picturesque angle, showing their jagged red features. In 1874 Tiburcio Vasquez, one of California's most notorious bandits, used these rocks to elude capture by law enforcement. His name has since been associated with this geologic feature. The park is a popular hiking, picnicking, and equestrian area and has been used in many hit movies, television shows and commercials.
Park Hours: Sunrise to Sunset
Closed Mondays, except Holidays.
Distance: 9 miles
Known worldwide as a thrill ride haven, the 260 acre theme park features 16 world class roller coasters, and over 100 rides, games, and attractions for the entire family. During your visit, play at the wildest water park in town, Six Flags Hurricane Harbor, right next door.
Distance: 27 miles
Find a full day of action-packed entertainment all in one place. With thrilling park rides and shows, a real working movie studio, and L.A.'s best shops, restaurants, and all new cinemas at Citywalk, it is truly a unique experience that's fun for the whole family.
Distance: 36 miles
Hollywood, a.k.a. Tinsel town, is home to many movie studios, stars, and famous landmarks. Visit the Kodak Theater (home of the Oscar's), Walk of Fame, Paramount Studios, the famous Pink's Hot Dogs, Grumman's Chinese Theater, Hollywood Wax Museum, the historic Capital Records building, The Roosevelt Hotel, and many other popular landmarks.
Distance: 39 miles
As one of the world's centers of entertainment, culture, media, fashion, technology, and education, discover all of the amazing things that L.A. has to offer. Visit the Staples Center, catch a ball game at Dodger Stadium, explore Chinatown, Koreatown, take a drive down the world-famous Sunset Strip, or enjoy downtown L.A.'s night scene.
Distance: 46 miles
Southern California's gateway to the cosmos! Visitors can look through telescopes, explore exhibits, see live shows in the Samuel Oschin Planetarium, and enjoy spectacular views of Los Angeles and the Hollywood Sign.
Distance: 43 miles
Visit one of the many area beaches and enjoy some fun in the beautiful California sun.
Knott's Berry Farm is a 160-acre amusement park in Buena Park, California, owned by Cedar Fair. The 2015 Global Attractions Attendance Report states Knott's Berry Farm is the 12th most visited theme park in North America.
Distance: 67 miles
With more than 58 different attractions, it is, "The world of yesterday, tomorrow, and fantasy". Visit all the different lands of Disney; Mainstreet U.S.A., Adventureland, New Orleans Square, Frontierland, Critter Country, Fantasyland, Mickey's Toon Town, & Tomorrowland. Each "Land" is complete with rides, games, shows, dining, and other activities. Ride the historic Disneyland Railroad or Monorail, see live entertainment & parades, or visit Disney's California Adventure Park nearby.
Distance: 71 miles
!!THIS IS AN ADVANCED HIKE !!
18.16 mile loop from Indian Canyon trailhead on Soledad Canyon Road to North Fork Saddle and the high point of Magic Mountain Wilderness and return on the Wilderness Discovery Trail, landing on Indian Canyon Campground lot. Bring the 10 essentials, your own map & compass, enough water, electrolytes, and food as well as the proper gear and clothing. Know your limits.
The Red Rover Mine was once owned by California Gov. Henry Gage in the late 1880s. He named the gold mine after his dog. It's known as one of the highest-producing gold mines in Los Angeles County.
The hiking trails traverse through the historic mining area. To access the trails avoid driving down Red Rover Mine Rd, instead, take a right on Avenue V off of Sierra Hwy and drive up the dirt road about a mile. Park along the side of the dirt road and proceed up the mountain.
The trail is an approximate 2 mile loop around the side of the mountain. You'll get to view a 3 of the 6 former mine shaft openings. Obviously you should keep your distance and not enter. Along the way you'll also get an up close view of the large white cross that's clearly visible from the 14 fwy. If you go in spring you'll also get to appreciate an abundance of wild flowers.
Parker Mountain, located in the town of Acton (formerly Ravenna) has a number of fire roads that can also function as hiking trails. This mountain has an interesting mining history. Rock collectors, aka rock hounds, will also appreciate the emerald green quartz gemstones that can be found scattered throughout.The hike up the mountain is fairly strenuous. If you decide to make your way to the peak you'll encounter an old cement foundation that used to be the site of Parker Mountain Fire Lookout. The best place to park is off Soledad Canyon Rd near the large power lines. If you pass Thousand Trails RV campground off to the right then you've gone too far. About a quarter mile up the trail you'll see a prominent mine opening over the side of the mountain off to the right. There's a separate side trail that you will need to take that leads to the opening. Obviously it would an incredibly stupid idea to enter the mine. Just appreciate the opening then move on to hiking and gemstone hunting.