free things to do

One of the best kept secrets in Santa Clarita offers you breathtaking views of both valleys.

Photo courtesy George Cummings

San Fernando Valley from the top of Bear Divide.

Have you ever wondered what it would be like to see both the Santa Clarita Valley AND the San Fernando Valley from the same place? Did you know that, on exceptionally clear days, you can catch a glimpse of the Los Angeles skyline and even the Pacific Ocean from the SCV? Continue reading

The Santa Clarita Valley is full of fun events and things to do, many at no cost to you!

The SCV is known for its family-friendly environment. That being said, most of us know that to do many things that can be entertaining for everyone can take a bite out of

Iron Horse Trail-Photo Copyright George D. Cummings

Iron Horse Trail bridge leads to one of many bike paths in Santa Clarita.

our bank accounts.

So here is a list of the top 5 things you can do with your family in Santa Clarita that will cost you nothing but a good time!

1. Explore Our Bike Trails

The Santa Clarita Valley is criss-crossed by more than 70 miles of biking trails and paths, many of which can be easily accessed by bicycle from most Santa Clarita neighborhoods. They are easy to ride, with very low rises and dips, you can get to practically any other fun spot including the Westfield Valencia Town Center, and many parks and green belts.

2. Take a tour of the William S. Hart Ranch & Museum

Silent film star William S. Hart made Newhall his home until his passing in 1946. The land that was his home was donated to the city and is now known as William S. Hart Park, located on Newhall Avenue, where Main and Newhall merge at the roundabout in Old Town Newhall. His mansion, which sits at the top of the hill, is open for tours during certain days of the week. It is filled with classic western decor, and you’ll learn some fascinating stories about the man himself. Continue reading

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