Calabasas the striking gateway to the Santa Monica Mountains National Recreation spot in northern Los Angeles County. Indians, explorers, squatters, and bandits all make the Calabasas history. The Chumash Indians nestled a harmonious life in the lap of rolling hills, constructing their homes in canyons where sparkling streams and springs promised a bountiful provision of wildlife. Chiefly their diet consisted on Acorns of the huge old oak trees that blossom in the area. Today some of the oaks in Calabasas may be 500-700 years-old. So we can say that the oak trees of Calabasas is an asset for the city.
Calabasas has a lot to offer to its visitors. There are parks and special events to entertain the natives as well as the outsiders. There is a unique Bark park where you can take maximum three dogs per person. A lot of facilities are provided for the dogs including the Doggy drinking fountains. There is a specific area for kids though toddlers and infants are not allowed in the doggy walking area.
City’s Juan Bautista de Anza Park is a good family place having a basketball area along with multipurpose and conference room. This park is often used for parties, picnic as well as business meetings. There are large ranges of parks naming from Highlands Park, Grape Arbor Park, Gates Canyon Park, Freedom Park to opt from.
Tourists and visitors can get sporty with the Tennis & Swim Center. It includes a swimming lap pool, children’s training pool, 15 hard courts & 1 clay tennis court, a weight room, cardio room, an aerobics room, meeting rooms, playground, locker rooms, saunas and a snack bar. You can get a good massage at the Center to relax yourself. Or if you are looking for a good night sleep go for rock climbing and tire yourself to slip into sweet dreams at night.
Another fun filled offering of the city is Annual St. Patrick’s day celebration. This event is full of activities, games entertainment, yummy food and much more. Visitors get a chance to witness Irish Dancers, Tribal Belly Dancers, live Irish music. This is not all the Pumpkin festival is another festivity that is unique to tourists. Calabasas is flowing with abundant scenic beauty as well as the warmth of natives.
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